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Spears, S.T. to Sutherland
1909 January 15
Encloses copy of Elkins charter which he wants pushed through the Legislature.

Spears, Sam T. to Sutherland
1909 February 2
Agrees publishing information regarding the charter a good thing. Wants copy of Charter. Asks favor regarding amendment passed on diplomas from Denominational School to have same effect as teacher's certificates from State Normal Schools and Universities.

Spears, Sam T. to Sutherland
1914 April 2
Notifies him of claim of rent the Heavner Brothers have against him.

Sutherland to Sam T. Spears
1914 April 22
Encloses letter received in response to his inquiries made in regard to bond issues for improving their roads.

Spears, S.T. to Sutherland
1914 August 11
Informs of action he has taken regarding Glady Lumber.

Sutherland to S.T. Spears
1914 August 12
Thinks solution he made concerning Glady Lumber matter was fair to all interested parties. Will check personal records regarding Heavner statement.

Spears, S.T. to Sutherland
1917 December 17
Discusses the law in reference to war excess profit tax. Does not think Congress intended the law to operate such as it is doing-thinks small businesses are affected.

Sutherland to S.T. Spears
1917 December 18
Will send him a copy of information printed by the Treasury Department in regard to the Income Tax Law once it has been published. Agrees the law is ambiguous at the present.

Spears, S.T. to Sutherland
1918 January 17
Urges him and others to take action on allotment payments to military families. Cites one of the problems such persons encounter.

Sutherland to S.T. Spears
1918 January 23
Will take matter up with Bureau of War Risk Insurance regarding military dependents. Wants name of same. Encloses copy of Civil Rights bill passed October 4, 1917.

Sutherland to H.H. Spencer
1912 December 18
Acknowledges letter and enclosures.

[Spokane Chamber of Commerce]
McCrea W. to Sutherland
1918 January 30
Discusses Senate Bill #313. [list of freight weights follow]

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Stackpole, O.B. to Sutherland
1917 August 25
Encloses resolution passed by Alvy Council #76, Jr. O.U.A.M. for his attendance. [resolution follows]

Sutherland to O.B. Stackpole
1917 August 28
Acknowledges his letter regarding resolution.

Staggers, H.H. to Sutherland
1915 October 15
Requests details of Fairmont coal mines recently advertised. [copy of ad follows]

Sutherland to H.H. Staggers
1915 October 18
Will talk with him at Fairmont regarding coal mine property.

Staggers, Jesse B. to Sutherland
1912 November 19
Applies for position as his Secretary.

Sutherland to Jesse Staggers
n.d.
Discusses qualifications needed to be selected as his Secretary. Would like younger lawyer and stenographer.

Staggers, Jesse to Sutherland
1912 December 2
Wishes him to further consider his application for the secretarial position.

Sutherland to Jesse B. Staggers
n.d.
Will try to meet him in Clarksburg.

Sutherland to A.J. Stalnaker
1913 January 3
Encloses note and check.

Stalnaker, Floyd to Sutherland
1912 November 1
Will give him support.

Sutherland to Floyd Stalnaker
1912 November 16
Appreciates his support. Promises to do his best for the people in the county and state.

Stalnaker, Floyd to Sutherland
1913 January 20
Would like to borrow twenty five dollars.

Sutherland to Floyd Stalnaker
1913 January 27
Regrets he is unable to loan money.

Stalnaker, Randolph to Sutherland
1917 October 1
Urges him to attend Agricultural meeting in Pocahontas County. Explains travel arrangements.

Sutherland to Col. Randolph Stalnaker
1917 October 12
Doubts if he can attend the scheduled meeting.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1913 April 4
Discusses business at Elkins which he wants attended to soon. Busy in Washington. Wants him to report policy spoiled.

Stalnaker, Thomas W. to Sutherland
1913 April 9
Unable to find any record of policy; advises against reporting it spoiled.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1913 April 11
Will write to Germania people about lost policy. Discusses business matters he wants handled.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1913 April 21
Wants map and photographs mailed to him.

Stalnaker, T.W. to Sutherland
1913 May 8
Encloses business statements which needs attention.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1913 May 9
Informs he is writing to Fling and Company about matter.

Stalnaker, T.W. to Sutherland
1913 October 16
Request he sign note and return it to him.

Stalnaker, Thomas W. to Sutherland
1913 November 5
Recieved flower bulbs. Sends note left by Crawford Scott for him to sign.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1913 November 7
Requests information regarding business. Family is comfortably settled, but they would rather be in Elkins.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1913 November 25
Returns notes and advises him to apply collections to other note. Requests an occasional statement.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1914 January 1
Encloses note for endorsement.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1914 January 3
Informs he can disregard writing to B.M. Smith. Hopes Christmas was a happy event.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1914 March 17
Encloses a statment regarding a claim he does not think he owes. Glad to be back from Colorado. Will be leaving for Parkersburg soon.

Stalnaker, T.W. to Sutherland
1914 April 20
Informs he mailed policies and key. Wants to buy his cow.

Stalnaker, T.W. to Sutherland
1914 April 22
Sent policies by registered mail. [telegram]

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1914 April 22
Received policies minutes after sending message.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1914 April 23
Received key and policies. Mrs. Sutherland does not want to sell the cow.

Stalnaker, T.W. to Sutherland
1914 May 1
Requests he sign note.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1914 May 1
Encloses letter in regard to insurance on houses. Suggests he take care of the matter.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1914 May 4
Wishes his family was in Washington for the circus.

Stalnaker, T.W. to Sutherland
1914 May 9
Discusses insurance business and recent claims that needed settled.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1914 May 11
Wants information regarding Durkin firm account.

Stalnaker, T.W. to Sutherland
1914 August
Encloses note for endorsement. Thinks he can win fall election.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1914 September 5
Request he check records to see if he owes the North River Insurance Company.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1914 September 4
Encloses letter to be forwarded to Collier's Weekly. Request he make copy on his letterhead and mail to company.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1914 October 5
Directs him to send petitions to Fayette County and the insurance information to Mr. Parsons, agent.

[T.W. Stalnaker]
Carr, Dabney to Sutherland
1915 January 18
Encloses carbon copy of a letter sent to Stalnaker regarding balance due by him. [copy follows]

[T.W. Stalnaker]
Sutherland to D.C. Carr
1915 January 20
Acknowledges his letter; will wait for Stalnaker's report before contacting him on insurance premium matter.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1915 January 20
Request he check records regarding insurance premiums. Wants to pay promptly if balance is due.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1915 January 25
Thinks the North River account books are in Elkins.

Stalnaker, T.W. to Sutherland
1915 January 30
Mr. McIntire wants to rent Elkins home for $18.00 month.

Sutherland to Thomas W. Stalnaker
1915 February 1
Informs that he can rent the house at that price only if the tenants pay the water rent on a regular basis. Wants a notice to vacate sent to Goff, the man who occupies the Baldwin-Chandlee house.

Stalnaker, T.W. to Sutherland
1916 August 31
Wants notes endorsed.

Sutherland to Squire T.W. Stalnaker
1916 September 2
Returns signed notes. Wants information regarding any unfavorable talk regarding his candidacy.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1916 September 5
Wants him to sign enclosed letter and send him the reply when received.

Sutherland to The Star
1913 August 23
Sends ad that he would like inserted in their paper.

Sutherland's Secretary to State Journal Staff
n.d.
Acknowledges letter sent to Mr. Sutherland.

Sutherland to State Journal Staff
1912 May 24
Sorry he did not get home in time to participate in their political edition.

State Journal to Sutherland
1912 October 24
Wants to know if he wants to be represented in their political pages. [two copies]

[State Journal]
Sutherland to R.E. Hornor
1915 August 10
Discusses editorial involving him in a recent issue of the State Journal.

[State Journal]
Hornor, R.E. to Sutherland
1915 August 24
Informs that recent article was not intended to be sarcastic nor a humerous fancy. Discusses political situation in Wood County area. Expresses the political views and objectives of his newspaper.

[State Journal]
Sutherland to R.E. Hornor
1915 August 27
Expresses his feelings in regards to seeking political office.

[State Road Bureau]
Scott, B.C. to Sutherland
1915 June 3
Informs brick from Elkins was never received at laboratory.

Sutherland to State Road Bureau
1915 June 5
Wants letter from their Bureau giving results of test conducted on Elkins bricks.

Stathers, Brannon to Sutherland
1913 March 4
Interested in employing his stenographer while he is in Washington.

Sutherland to B.B. Stathers
1913 March 11
Discussed a job opening with Miss Mouse.

Stathers, Birk S. to Sutherland
1915 November 17
Informs that the bill has not yet been filed in the suit instituted by John A. Chittum regarding the Yates lease.

Sutherland to Birk S. Stathers
1915 November 16
Informs that he has been notified to appear in court in December in the suit brought by John A. Chittum. Inquires about the effect this suit could have.

Stathers, Birk S. to Sutherland
1915 November 22
Informs that it is not necessary for him to arrive at court in December. Explains the procedures.

Sutherland to Birk S. Stathers
1915 November 24
Acknowledges letter. Reports that a letter from Chittum reveals that the law suit is being brought to eliminate one fractional ownership.

Stathers, Birk S. to Sutherland
1915 December 21
Requests that the bill be returned promptly.

Sutherland to W.F. Stathers
1917 February 15
Will take matter up regarding coal field within next few weeks.

Sutherland to J.P. Staton
1912 May 13
Requests his aid in campaigning in Fayette County.

Sutherland to J.J. Staton
1912 May 18
Writing to parties he suggested. Time is too short to campaign in his area. Will depend on friends.

Staton, J.P. to Sutherland
1912 November 7
Requests Sutherland use his support and influence with Governor for an appointment as Warden of Penitentiary.

Sutherland to J.P. Staton
1912 November 9
Would be glad to see him appointed warden.

Staton, J.P. to Sutherland
1912 November 22
Urges him to write Governor Hatfield regarding the warden position.

Sutherland to J.P. Staton
1912 November 25
Encloses copy of his letter written to Governr Hatfield regarding warden position.

Sutherland to J.W. Stayman
1915 November 2
Accepts his invitation to dinner at the Club.

Sutherland to W.E. St. Clair
1918 January 5
Acknowledges letter.

[W.E. St. Clair]
Sutherland to D.E. Spangler
1918 January 5
Sends letter received from St. Clair.

[W.E. St. Clair]
Commission on Car Service to Sutherland
1918 January 8
Acknowledges letter. Needs more information about the railroad car and the supplies on the car.

Sutherland to W.E. St. Clair
1918 January 9
Sends letter recevied from Commission on car service.

[W.E. St. Clair]
Eichleay, John Jr. W.E. St. Clair
1918 January 17
The agent must be properly notified before the steel cars can be released.

St. Clair, W.H. to Sutherland
1918 January 17
Appreciates all of the work he has done.

Sutherland to W.H. St. Clair
1918 January 21
Informs that he has contacted the necessary people about the matter. Believes the matter will receive prompt attention. St. John, S.B. to Sutherland
1915 February 10
Sends information about a railroad trip to the Western part of the United States.

Sutherland to S.B. St. John
1915 February 12
Acknowledges letter. Will inform him when he decides to take the trip.

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[Frederick Stearns and Company]
Jennings, Ben D. to Sutherland
1917 July 11
Lengthy letter which voices objections to any tax on gross sales.

Sutherland to Fredrick Stearns and Company
1917 July 13
Acknowledges letter.

Sutherland to R.D. Steed
1912 November 30
Congratulates him on election to State Senate.

[L. E. Steel]
Logan County Physicians to Sutherland
1917 August 7
Asks that he support the Owen Amendment. [telegram]

[L. E. Steel]
Sutherland to Doctors of Logan County
1917 August 8
Will give special attention to Owen Amendment, Senate Bill 1786.

Steele, Clarence R. to Sutherland
1917 December 17
Expresses his views concerning ways to help war cause.

Sutherland to C.R. Steele
1917 December 18
Will give consideration to the matter.

Sutherland to George M. Steele
1915 February 11
Advises him on gas and oil prospects in Pierpont area.

Steele, G.M. to Sutherland
1915 February 16
Informs that a Pittsburgh company will soon be leasing some land in the area. Reports on the various attempts to drill for oil that have failed. Feels it would be profitable to lease along side the Pittsburg Company.

Sutherland to George M. Steele
1915 February 19
Advises to get lease which conforms with Ohio laws. Suggests obtaining a few leases in the area already active in drilling; cautions spending excess money.

Sutherland to George M. Steele
1915 March 2
Sends oil and gas leases.

Steele, J.L. to Sutherland
1911 December 13
Received his letter to Scott. Will recommend the appointment of W.S. Simmons.

Steele, J.L. to Sutherland
1911 December 15
Following his suggestion in regard to Senator Scott.

Sutherland to N.A. Steele
1912 November 22
Requests full information on timber tracts. Discusses results of recent election.

Steele, N.A. to Sutherland
1912 December 19
Discusses the timber tract proposition.

Sutherland to N.A. Steele
1912 December 23
Wants him to remain in Georgia to show property.

Steele, N.A. to Sutherland
1913 July 24
Informs that party failed to take Mule Creek tract. Knows of attractive Florida tract.

Sutherland to N.A. Steele
1913 July 28
Disappointed tract was not sold. Wants more data on Florida land.

Steele, N.A. to Sutherland
1913 August 15
Will get more information on timber tract in Orange and Manatee Counties.

Sutherland to N.A. Steele
1913 August 21
Informs that he should be able to sell Mule Creek property as well as the other two tracts.

Steele, N.A. to Sutherland
1913 September 6
Describes the Florida tracts.

Sutherland to N.A. Steele
1913 September 15
Wants more data on timber tracts. Hopes he is well. Has not heard from Dr. Harmon for months.

Steele, N.A. to Sutherland
1913 September 22
Will look over timber tracts if he will cover the expenses.

Sutherland to N.A. Steele
1913 September 25
Moving family to Washington. Will look over property if he has interested buyers.

Sutherland to W.B. Steele
1912 November 8
Expresses joy at knowing college Beta brothers follow the activities of the Alumni.

Steinhauer, W.F. to Sutherland
1912 November 18
Wants information on timber tract.

Sutherland to W.F. Steinhauer
1912 November 22
Wants more data regarding timber tract he is interested in purchasing.

Steinhaver, W.F. to Sutherland
1912 November 23
Describes type timber tract he is interested in buying.

Stephens, W.R. to Sutherland
1918 February 4
Understands a law is being planned to compensate railroad workers for personal injuries. Personally, finds it offensive. Wants him to vote against it when it is brought up.

Sutherland to W.R. Stephens
1918 February 7
Acknowledges his letter regarding railroad employees.

Stephenson, E.B. to Sutherland
1917 September 15
Encloses a letter from J.W. Stayman regarding the sale of the brass cannon. Would like for him to look into the matter. [copy of letter from Stayman follows]

Sutherland to E.B. Stephenson
1917 September 17
Informs that the State Board of Control does not have the authority to sale on the the cannons. If the cannon is in poor condition, it may be returned to the War Department.

Stephenson, E.B. to Sutherland
1917 September 19
Appreciates his assistance. Plans to return the cannon to the War Department if another can be obtained.

Sutherland to E.B. Stephenson
1917 September 21
Informs that it will be impossible to exchange the faulty cannon for a new one.

Sutherland to H.S. Stevens
1912 September 14
Discusses campaign and his candidacy.

Stevenson, J.B. to Sutherland
1917 July 16
Wants information concerning army contracts for coffee.

[J.B. Stevenson] Sutherland to H G. Sharpe
1917 July 18
Encloses copy of Mr. Stevenson's letter concerning bids on coffee contracts. [copy follows]

Sutherland to J.B. Stevenson
1917 July 18
Says his letter has been sent to Quartermaster General.

Sutherland to J.B. Stevenson
1917 July 20
Has been informed that the Quartermaster General will be contacting him regarding coffee.

[A.B. Stewart] Bowers, E.A. to Sutherland
1917 December 11
Letter of introduction concerning A.B. Stewart.

Sutherland to B.H. Stewart
1912 April 19
Discusses why Mr. Teter should not be a candidate.

Sutherland to B. Harry Stewart
1912 May 16
Pleased to have his support. Hopes to get down to his area before the campaign closes.

Stewart, G.M. to Sutherland
1918 January 28
Offers his service as textile inspector. Wants to know best way to secure same.

Sutherland to G.M. Stewart
1918 January 31
Requested Civil Serive Commission to send him information regarding the position he is seeking.

Stewart, G.M. to Sutherland
1918 February 5
Received application and returned completed form.

Sutherland to G.M. Stewart
1918 February 7
Hopes he will be successful.

Stewart, J.H. to Sutherland
1910 November 25
Request he speak at Agricultural Meeting at Elkins.

Sutherland to J.H. Stewart
1910 November 30
Accepts engagement.

Stewart, J.H. to Sutherland
1911 February 5
Urges him to support bill introduced in the House which will create the office of Commissioner of Agriculture. Lengthy discussesion regarding duties of such a commissiner.

Sutherland to J.H. Stewart
1911 February 13
Will give matter careful attention. He is the Chairman of Committee which will review the matter.

Stewart, J.H. to Sutherland
1912 September 25
Appoints him as delegate to Fourth National Conservation Congress.

Sutherland to J.H. Stewart
1912 September 30
Extends thanks for appointment as delegate.

Stewart, J.H. to Sutherland
1917 August 21
Encloses letter written by A.C. Bigelow concerning sheep husbandry and the amendment to the Federal Revenue Bill.

Bigelow, Arthur C. to Sutherland
1917 August 16
Appreciates information regarding the Federal Tax on Dogs. Informs that Senator Weeks will present the amendment in a few days.

Sutherland to J.H. Stewart
1917 August 23
Thinks taxing dogs is a matter which should be dealt with by the states.

Sutherland to John Stewart
n.d.
Offers assistance to his committee and association. Seeks membership.

[Neal T. Stewart]
Smith, Harold to Sutherland
1918 January 11
Seeks information about his cousin, Neal T. Smith, who is serving in France.

[Neal T. Stewart]
Sutherland to J.J. Jusserand
1918 January 11
Request his aid for his cousin, Harold L. Smith. Encloses his letter.

[Neal T. Stewart]
Sutherland to Harold L. Smith
1918 January 11
Will contact him as soon as he receives data.

[Neal T. Stewart]
Jusserand to Sutherland
1918 January 15
Informs that Mr. Stewart can be contacted through the United States Ambassador in Paris.

[Neal T. Stewart]
Sutherland to H.L. Smith
1918 January 16
Encloses letter relative to Neal T. Stewart.

Stewart, T.D. to Sutherland
1918 January 5
On behalf of newspaper publishers, encourages him to adopt the Smith resolution.

Sutherland to T.D. Stewart
1918 January 7
Will give the matter his most careful attention.

Stewart, W.R. to Sutherland
1918 January 26
Provides lengthy description of the reason that petroleum prices are so high and the effect on the railroad industry. [excerpt of an article follows]

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Stires, Manning to Sutherland
1918 January
Wants assistance arranging an appointment for him with Mr. McAdoo.

Stires, Manning to Sutherland
1918 January 9
Leaving for Washington. Thanks him for appointment. [telegram]

Stires, Manning to Sutherland
1918 January 15
Thanks him for assistance in enabling him to present the matter of the Morgantown and Wheeling Railway Company to Mr. McAdoo.

Sutherland to Oscar Price
1918 January 19
Encloses letters relative to railroad matter.

Sutherland to Manning Stires
1918 January 19
Hopes they succeed in their effort to get the Director of Railroads to include their properties.

Stires, Manning to Sutherland
1918 January 22
Wants to see him in Washington to discuss their plans for West Virginia.

Sutherland to Manning Stires
1918 January 24
Will be glad to see him at Washington.

Sutherland to Manning Stires
1918 January 25
Encloses letter relative to Morgantown and Wheeling Railroad Company case.

[Manning Stires]
Payne, W.L. to Sutherland
1916 January 24
Conveys message to be given to men concerning Federal control.

[Dr. Stixrud]
Arnold, Isabel to Sutherland
1917 July 9
Requests his aid in obtaining passport papers for Dr. Stixrud.

[Dr. Stixrud]
Sutherland to R.W. Flourney, Jr.
1917 July 11
Request Dr. Stixrud be given citizenship or passport in order to return to African mission.

[Dr. Stixrud]
Sutherland to Isabel Arnold
1917 July 11
Informs he is attempting to assist Dr. Stixrud in obtaining his citizenship papers.

[Dr. Stixrud]
Sutherland to Sir Cecil Arthur Spring-Rice
1917 July 12
Requests his aid in securing proper credentials for Dr. Stixrud.

[Dr. Stixrud]
Sutherland to E. Havenith
1917 July 12
Requests aid for Dr. Stixrud.

[Dr. Stixrud]
Sutherland to General E.H. Crowder
1917 July 12
Requests his help on behalf of Dr. Stixrud.

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Sutherland to Lucetta Stockbridge
1913 February 15
Discusses the Highland Orchard Company which has stock available for buying if she and Miss Laura are interested in such an investment.

Sutherland to Lucetta Stockbridge
1913 February 25
Wants to be kept informed in regards to the selling of her and Miss Laura's real estate.

Stockbridge, L.W. to Sutherland ---- --- -- Informs they have not sold their home, however they are still intersted in orchard proposition.

Sutherland to Lucetta W. Stockbridge
1913 March 12
Sorry that they have not sold the lots. The Orchard stock is being taken by he and Mr. Robb.

[The Stockmans Bank]
Ritchie, Irving to Sutherland
1913 July 19
Bank unable to loan him money.

Stoddard, J.C. to Sutherland
1913 March 31
Extends congratulations.

Sutherland to J.C. Stoddard
1913 April 2
Continues to remember his past assistance. Would be pleasured to renew their acquaintance.

Sutherland to C.E. Stone
1913 February 17
Inquires about land near the Upper and Lower Arrow Lakes. Requests value of land.

Sutherland to C.E. Stone
1913 February 24
Discusses tract near Arrow Lake.

Stone, C.E. to Sutherland
1913 February 27
Provides information he requested regarding survey of the land.

Sutherland to C.E. Stone
1913 March 24
Appreciates information concerning surveying companies.

Sutherland to Stone and Fairfax
1913 February 8
Will attend to looking into rental property on next trip to Washington.

[H.O. Stone]
Darst, J.S. to Sutherland
1917 August 17
Letter of introduction regarding H.O. Stone.

[H.O. Stone]
Sutherland to J.S. Darst
1917 August 17
Will undertake to aid Mr. Stone.

Stork, W.V. to Sutherland
1913 February 20
Informs that his cow delivered a calf. Needs a job to make some cash.

Sutherland to W. Stork
1913 February 24
Appreciates information about the cow. Advises him on next duty.

Sutherland to Story and Cobb
1913 September 18
Encloses payment for rent.

Story and Cobb to Sutherland
1913 September 19
Encloses receipt and letter regarding Washington house.

Sutherland to Story and Cobb
1913 September 21
Acknowledges their recent letter with enclosures. Reminds them of matter concerning the refrigerator.

Story and Cobb to Sutherland
1913 September 22
Informs refrigerator has been placed in the house.

Story and Cobb to Sutherland
1914 April 28
Will try to find tenant for the unexpired term of his lease. Informs of cost of burglary insurance.

Story and Cobb to Sutherland
1914 October 6
Encloses list of missing or damaged articles in Washington house he is renting. Owner does not want reimbursed, but suggested leaving certain china in place of damaged items. [copy of list of damaged articles follows]

Story and Cobb to Sutherland
1914 November 10
Request he arrange to vacate Washington rental property.

Sutherland to Story and Cobb
1914 November 12
Informs owner of property approved of storing his belongings in the store room of the house. Will move their belongings if it is an undue burden.

Story and Cobb to Sutherland
1914 November 28
Asks if he will take a house for the winter.

Story and Cobb to Sutherland
1915 March 1
Will be glad to receive check to settle account.

Sutherland to Story and Cobb
1915 March 11
Acknowledges recent letter.

Story and Cobb to Sutherland
1916 January 25
Encloses bill showing balance he owns to Miss Monroe. [copy of bill follows]

Sutherland to Story and Cobb
1916 January 31
Encloses check.

Story and Cobb to Sutherland
1916 February 15
Acknowledges check.

[Stotesbury Mining Institute]
Morris, J.T. to Sutherland
1917 December 31
Requests his aid in securing specimens for the mining institute that he helped organize.

[Stotesbury Mining Institute]
Ravenel W. to J.T. Morris
1918 January 3
Informs he wrote letter concerning specimens.

[Stotesbury Mining Institute]
Sutherland to W. Ravenel
1912 January 3
Advises him to furnish J.T. Morris with the requested collection.

[Stotesbury Mining Institute]
Walmott, C.D. to Sutherland
1918 January 7
Informs that specimen ores were sent to Stotesbury Mining Institute.

[Stotesbury Mining Institute]
Sutherland to C.D. Walmott
1918 January 8
Thanks him for sending ores to institute.

[Stotesbury Mining Institute]
Sutherland to J.T. Morris
1918 January 8
Informs that requested specimens are being sent.

Sutherland to J.F. Strader
1912 May 30
Encloses deed from Yohum and the original tracing made by A.J. Krickard.

Sutherland to J. Floyd Strader
1914 May 18
Encloses blank to be filled out in regards to Middle Fork Coal and Land Company.

[J. Floyd Strader]
Tallman, T.E. to Sutherland
1914 May 21
Discusses forms involving Middlefork Coal and Land Company mailed to the I.R.S. His horse is doing fine. Will send the twenty dollars for keeping him.

Strader, J.F. to Sutherland
1914 May 26
Request he send his share for taxes on the Middlefork Coal and Land Company.

Sutherland to J.F. Strader
1914 August 6
Encloses paper concerning their Middlefork Coal and Land Company. Hopes to succeed in getting situation straightened out.

Sutherland to J.F. Strader
1914 August 14
IRS forms did not reach him in proper time. Will try to secure an abatement of the penalty involving the Middlefork Coal and Land Company.

[Strader Coal]
Sutherland to R.P. Maloney
1916 January 10
Offers Maryland land to his company for purchase.

Sutherland to J.F. Strader
1916 January 10
Wants additional information on land.

Strader, J.F. to Sutherland
1916 January 11
States amount he will take for coal land.

Sutherland to J. Floyd Strader
1916 January 12
Explains why he thinks it is impossible to get more than fifty dollars per acre for the land.

Maloney, Superintendent R.P. to Sutherland
1916 January 14
Informs his company does not want to purchase coal land, but offers to lease same on a royalty contract.

Stalnaker, T.W. to Sutherland
1916 January 15
Informs that Mr. Hill has promised to pay rent; wants to know if they can remain. Encloses notes for endorsement.

Sutherland to R.P. Maloney
1916 January 15
Informs that owners are not interested in royalty contract. Offers explanation. Thinks it is more profitable to purchase.

Sutherland to J.F Strader
1916 January 15
Explains why it would be best to sell land.

Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1916 January 17
Returns signed notes. Wants rent paid in advance.

Strader, J.F. to Sutherland
1916 January 17
Discusses why he prefers to sell coal property rather than accept a royalty contract.

Maloney, R.P. to Sutherland
1916 January 17
Advises that his company will not consider buying Garrett County coal property. Personally, thinks royalty proposition is good.

Sutherland to R.P. Maloney
1916 January 18
Informs price remains same for coal property. Advises his company purchase land. Royal agreement is of no interest to the owners.

Sutherland to R.P. Maloney
1916 January 19
Offers proposition on land.

Maloney, R.P. to Sutherland
1916 January 20
Advises his company will not entertain proposition. Thinks owners should dispose of land.

Sutherland to R.P. Maloney
1916 January 21
Wants to take matters up with his company officials.

Sutherland to J.F. Strader
1916 February 17
Advises to make out enclosed form to Sam Hays. Send to him.

[Floyd Strader]
Yokum, Dr. H. to Sutherland
1917 January 9
Encloses form to be completed.

[Floyd Strader]
Sutherland to Dr. H. Yohum
1917 January 11
Partially filled out one of the blanks and sent on to Floyd.

Sutherland to Floyd Strader
1917 January 11
Advises him to complete income tax report for Middle Fork Coal and Land Company.

Strader, O.D. to Sutherland
1918 January 14
Seeks his aid in securing military job.

Sutherland to O.D. Strader
1918 January 16
Encloses application for membership in the United States Public Service Reserve.

[O.D. Strader]
Sutherland to W.E. Hall
1918 January 22
Request he aid in securing position for O.D. Strader.

Sutherland to O.D. Strader
1918 January 22
Acknowledges his application.

[V.R. Strader]
Talbott, R.E. to Sutherland
1918 January 23
Letter of introduction regarding Virgil R. Strader.

[V.R. Strader]
Dayton, A.G. to Sutherland
1918 January 24
Request he give time to hear Virgil Strader discuss his inventions.

[V.R. Strader]
Sutherland to A.G. Dayton
1918 January 25
Will be glad to assist Virgil R. Strader.

[V.R. Strader]
Sutherland to R.E. Talbott
1918 January 25
Will do everything in his power to get a hearing for Strader with proper officials regarding his invention.

Sutherland to H.W. Straley
1916 December 23
Appreciates remembrance.

Sutherland to C.O. Strieby
1915 December 10
Discusses matter concerning missing note and letter written by "shyster lawyer." Request he obtain list of of people communications have been mailed. [copies of letter follow]

Strieby, C.A. to Sutherland
1915 December 14
Discusses the matter of indemnity against the note. Thinks after cited suggestions are made to him, he should send check without asking any further security.

Stribey, C.O. to Sutherland
1916 January 8
Informs that M.E. Buckely will accept check without interest if it is received by the fifteenth. Buckely informed him that only one letter was written and that no one has any desire to injure Sutherland.

Sutherland to C.O. Strieby
1916 January 14
Informs he has settled with Mr. Buckley; requests affidavit.

Strong, J.L. to Sutherland
1914 September 10
Has house at Belington he wants sold. Would like for Sutherland to handle the sale.

Sutherland to J.L. Strong
1914 September 19
Advises him to contact another party regarding his property.

Strother, J.A. to Sutherland
1912 March 11
Informs he will support Teter.

Sutherland to James A. Strother
1912 March 13
Will give political situation careful consideration before making decision.

Sutherland to J.A. Strother
1912 November 30
Extends congratulations on his election.

[Herman Struller]
Stockbridge, William to Sutherland
1917 September 7
Letter of introduction concerning Hermann Struller.

[Herman Struller]
Sutherland to William M. Stockbridge
1917 September 12
Informs that he has written to the British Ambassador on behalf of Hermann Strueller.

[Herman Struller]
Sutherland to Sir Cecil Arthur Spring-Rice
1917 September 12
Request he give Hermann Struller's case utmost consideration.

[Herman Struller]
Stockbridge, William M. to Sutherland
1917 September 19
Appreciates his assistance on behalf of Mr. Struller who was successful in straightening out difficulties.

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Stude, H.W. to Sutherland
1917 September 25
Sends copy of resolution adopted by the twentieth convention of the National Association of Master Bakers regarding standard price resolutions.

Sutherland to H.W. Stude
1917 September 25
Will give consideration to the resolution.

Stupp, H.E. to Sutherland
1915 October 5
Offers his service in supplying newspaper items printed about him. [copy of contract terms included]

Stupp, H.E. to Sutherland
1915 October 17
Reminds him of offer to provide newspaper clipping service.

Sutherland to H.E. Stupp
1915 October 22
Declines offer of clipping service.

Stupp, H.E. to Sutherland
1915 October 23
Makes a special offer.

Sutherland to H.E. Stupp
1915 October 26
Accepts his offer.

Stupp, H.E. to Sutherland
1915 December 31
Acknowledges order for notices. Will try to provide prompt service.

Stupp, H.E. to Sutherland
1916 February 3
Wants him to renew contract.

Sutherland to H.E. Stupp
1916 February 8
Encloses contract.

Stupp, H.E. to Sutherland
1916 February 8
Appreciates his renewal.

Sutherland to H.E. Stupp
1916 March 22
Wants clippings mailed more frequently.

Stupp, H.E. to Sutherland
1916 March 23
Surprised to learn clips were not received. Will mail them more often.

Sutherland to H.E. Stupp
1916 March 25
Letter satisfactory. [telegram]

Sutherland to H.E. Stupp
1916 March 25
Pleased with his service.

Sutherland to H.E. Stupp
1916 April 2
Wants him to renew subscription. [renewal form follows]

Sutherland to H.E. Stupp
1916 May 15
Encloses subscription fee.

Stupp, H.E. to Sutherland
1916 June 23
Reminder of contract expiration.

Stupp, H.E. to Sutherland
1916 August 28
Encloses copy of Chilton letter regarding publication, hopes he also agrees to the same. [copy of circular letter follows]

Chilton, W.E. to H.E. Stupp
n.d.
Encloses check for publication of picture.

Stupp, H.E. to Sutherland
1916 August 29
Acknowledges his request. Wants to know if he wants all articles regarding Chilton.

Sutherland to H.E. Stupp
1916 August 30
Informs that he does not care to have Chilton clippings, but wants clips regarding himself from Democratic papers.

Sutherland to H.E. Stupp
1916 September 8
Declines offer.

Sturgiss, G.C. to Sutherland
1910 April 4
Thinks a district-wide primary election for Congressional candidate should be held. Wants his views on subject.

Sutherland to G.C. Sturgiss
1910 April 6
Discusses his views on district-wide primary. Has not authorized newspaper to make any statement regarding his political plans.

Sturgiss, G.C. to Sutherland
1910 April 8
Informs he can get eighty five thousand dollar appropriation for Elkins building. Advises him or delegation to come to Washington, D.C. for a meeting regarding the matter. Definitely thinks Congressional nomination should be made by a district-wide primary.

Sturgiss, G.C. to Sutherland
1910 April 9
Discusses need for primary election. Advises Senator Elkins satisfied with appropriation amount. Wants to meet with him or a delegation on the matter.

Sutherland to G.C. Sturgiss
1910 April 11
Informs he finds no opposition to primary method of deciding Congressional nomination. Thinks he and Senator Elkins should try getting appropriation without a delegation from Elkins.

Sturgiss, G.C. to Sutherland
1910 April 21
Encloses copy of call for meeting of the Republican Congressional Committee. Expresses news on nomination.

[G.C. Sturgiss]
Preddicord, L.B.H. to Sutherland
1910 May 23
Will call Mr. Sturgiss' attention to his letter.

Sutherland to G.C. Sturgiss
1910 May 24
Wants his conclusion on matter regarding the appointment of Randolph County delegation to congressional convention. Extends congratulations.

Sturgiss, G.C. to Sutherland
1910 May 28
His successful win in Tucker was pleasing. Will confer with him concerning delegation after vote taken in his county.

Sutherland to G.C. Sturgiss
1910 June 2
Offers a suggestion in regards to naming delegation from Randolph County.

[G.C. Sturgiss]
Peddicord, L.B.H. to Sutherland
1910 June 5
Thinks Sturgiss will win unanimously.

Sturgiss, G.C. to Sutherland
1910 June 25
Sends list of those he thinks suitable as delagates from Randolph County. [two lists follow]

Sutherland to G.C. Sturgiss
1910 June 27
Encloses list of names he substituted for original list of proposed delegates.

Stugiss, G.C. to Sutherland
1910 June 27
Informs he has been appointed delegate to attend the district Convention.

Sutherland to G.C. Sturgiss
1910 June 27
Expresses his views on committeemen chosen as delegates.

[G.C. Sturgiss]
Peddicord, L.B.H. to Sutherland
n.d.
Discusses changes Mr. Sturgiss made on the list.

Sutherland to G.C. Sturgiss
1910 August 29
Encloses letter written by R.I. Morrison, postmaster of Beulah. Urges closing of Beulah post office.

Sturgiss, George C. to Sutherland
1910 August 30
Informs that he has written to Postmaster Master General advising closing of Beulah post office. Confident they can carry Randolph County as well as having elected a member elected a member to County court and one to Legislature. Makes reference to Mr. Brown.

Sutherland to G.C. Sturgiss
1910 September 1
Reports his political findings around the state. Thinks their ticket the strongest ever named in Randolph County.

Sutherland to G.C. Sturgiss
1910 October 26
Informs of the political work he has done for him. Encloses copy of letter to Mr. Allen.

Sturgiss, G.C. to Sutherland
1910 October 31
Discusses his recent political tour. Hopes he accomplishes good results in his work.

Sturgiss, G.C. to Sutherland
1910 November 11
Discusses Sutherland and others Republican defeat. Leaving for California.

Sutherland to G.C. Sturgiss
1910 November 11
Discusses past campaign and election loss.

Sturgiss, George C. to Sutherland
1917 August 21
Wants him to work with Mr. Bowers and Post Office officials in an effort to secure appropriations to enlarge Morgantown Post Office. Thinks war will go on another two or three years unless food embargo is rigidly enforced.

Sutherland to G.C. Sturgiss
1917 August 23
Will cooperate with officials in an effort to secure funds for post office enlargement. However, Congress only taking up war measures. Thinks food embargo and other repressive actions should be used to shorten the war. Sends directories. Sturm, Goffe to Sutherland
1917 September 24
Requests his aid in securing military appointment.

Sutherland to Goffe Strum
1917 September 24
Informs that Civil Service will send data. Explains the military officers program.

Sturm, L. to Sutherland
1910 June 3
Will definitely vote for Scott and Blue.

Sutherland to Lemuel Sturm
1910 June 8
Appreciates his letter.

Sutherland to W.T. Sturm
1912 May 24
Informs he has never been identified with any faction. Will appreciate his support.

Sturm, W.T. to Sutherland
1912 November 8
Congratulates him on successful election.

Sutherland to W.T. Sturm
1912 November 11
Appreciates letter. Will work hard to make good in the position to which he was elected.

Sturtevant, G.W. to Sutherland
1918 January 7
Urges him to support the Chamberlain Bill.

Sutherland to G.W. Sturtevant
1918 January 19
Will give consideration to Senate Bill #758.

Sutherland to Stuyesant and Millard
1913 August 7
Knows nothing of bill mentioned in letter. Will look into matter if an itemized statement is sent.

Stuyesant and Millard to Sutherland
1913 August 8
Encloses bill.

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[Gulland Sugar]
Gulland, Willam to Theodore F. Whitmarsh
1917 December 19
Requests aid from the Food Administration. Current sugar supplies are running low and the railroads should be opened. Seeks answers to the complications.

[Gulland Sugar]
1917 December 19
Gulland-Clarke Company to American Refiner's Committee Asks that a railroad car in Elkins be released so that the goods may be distributed. Expresses urgent need for sugar on the car.

[Gulland Sugar]
Gulland-Clarke Company to Sutherland
1917 December 20
Asks if anything has been done regarding sugar situation. [telegram]

[Gulland Sugar]
Sutherland to William Gulland
1917 December 20
Informs that the Sugar Board is trying to obtain a release for rail the rail car in Elkins. [telegram]

[Gulland Sugar]
Sutherland to William Gulland
1917 December 21
Officials have been trying to obtain a release for the car at Elkins. Will advise soon. [telegram]

Sutherland to J.V. Sullivan
1912 November 8
Photo has been sent to the Cincinnati newspaper. Requests his approximate majority once the results have been tabulated.

Sullivan, J.W. to Sutherland
1912 October 24
Offers to assist and solicit support of others on his behalf for the election.

Sullivan, Marchk to Sutherland
1913 April 1
Expresses thanks for clipping from Charleston Mail.

[Marchy A. Sullivan]
Sinsel, Guy R. to Sutherland
1917 September 16
Recommends Mrs. Sullivan for a position as inspector at the Health Department.

[Marchy A. Sullivan]
Sutherland to Guy R. Sinsel
1917 September 18
Sends strong letter of recommendation to William C. Woodward on Mrs. Sullivan's behalf.

[Marchy A. Sullivan]
Sutherland to William C. Woodward
1917 September 18
Recommends Mrs. Sullivan as a "woman of unquestionable integrity."

[Marchy A. Sullivan]
Fowler, W.C. to Sutherland
1917 September 20
Informs that no vacancies exist as food inspector for Mrs. Sullivan. Skeptical that many females will be hired for the position. [two copies]

Sutherland to Marchy A. Sullivan
1917 September 21
Sends copy of letter received from the Health Department.

[Marchy A. Sullivan]
Sutherland's Secretary to Guy R. Sinsel
1917 September 22
Sends letter regarding Mrs. Sullivan.

Sutherland to Lieut. Col. Summerall
1916 October 16
Expresses thanks for actions taken relative to Col. Danford's letter. Pleased with commendation of son, Richard.

Sutherland to Grant Summerfield
1914 November 17
Informs that he must see the Circuit Court for his county about obtaining a permit to carry a revolver.

Summers, Charles R. to Sutherland
1912 October 31
Offers political support.

Sutherland to Charles R. Summers
1912 November 16
Appreciates letter and assurances of support and assistance.

Summers, Margaret to Sutherland
1917 September 1
Seeks information regarding the federal government pensions for widows of confederate veterans.

Sutherland to Margaret Summers
1917 September 4
Informs that no federal law exists granting pensions to the soldiers of their widows.

[Surgeon General]
_______ to Sutherland
1917 December 10
Forwards Volume XX of the Index Catalogue of their library.

Sutherland to A.B. Sutherland
1913 May 8
Sends copy of the Congressional Directory. Informs that the family is well. [Sutherland's brother]

Sutherland, Bert to Sutherland
1913 May 27
Appreciates the Congressional Directory. Requests another copy of the directory. Describes recent automobile accident. Appreciates news clips about he and Effie.

Sutherland to A.B. Sutherland
1913 June 2
Informs he has been in the hospital due to trouble with his eyes. Sends letter which he wishes to have returned.

Sutherland to A.B. Sutherland
1913 June 10
Appreciates advice about his eye trouble. Eye is healing rapidly. Richard has been visiting. Natalie has traveled to Conneticut for the week.

Sutherland, A.B. to Sutherland
1913 September 9
Sends warm wishes. [telegram]

Sutherland to A.B. Sutherland
1913 September 12
Appreciates telegram. Informs that the family found a house in Washington. The children are returning to school soon. Hopes to visit during the winter.

Sutherland, Bert to Sutherland
n.d.
Acknowledges invitation to Natalie's wedding. Regrets being unable to attend. Wishes the newlyweds a happy, married life. Explains his current job situation.

Sutherland to A.B. Sutherland
1916 October 28
Disappointed that he could not attend Natalie's wedding. Expects to see him in Washington in March. Currently busy campaigning for the November elections.

Sutherland to Bert Sutherland
1917 January 5
Sends money order for $15.00. Hopes his ailments improve. Gives advice about his physical condition.

Sutherland, A.D. to Sutherland
1912 August 14
Requests visit next month during reunion of churches.

Sutherland, A.D. to Sutherland
1912 August 19
Requests he speak on August 25th. Informs that the event will be well publicized.

Sutherland to A.D. Sutherland
1912 August 20
Accepts invitation to speak.

Sutherland, A.D. to Sutherland
1912 August 22
Informs that arrangements are being made for his visit and speech.

Sutherland, A.D. to Sutherland
1912 November 6
Sends best wishes to he and his family.

Sutherland to A.D. Sutherland
1912 November 7
Appreciates letter celebrating his success. Feels his victory is due to all those who supported him.

Sutherland, A.D. to Sutherland
1913 May 23
Hopes he accepts the invitation to meet with the people of Berkeley Springs.

Sutherland to Rev. A.D. Sutherland
1913 May 28
Expects to be present next weekend. Asks that no boarding arrangements be made.

Sutherland, A.D. to Sutherland
1913 June 9
Regrets he is having trouble. Appreciates telegram notifying them of his cancellation.

Sutherland to Rev. A.D. Sutherland
1913 July 11
Appreciates kind thoughtfulness. Eye problem is improving.

-- ---- to Sutherland
1918 January 23
Requests information regarding a detective position with the federal government.

Sutherland to C.H. Sutherland
1918 January 25
Sends application for position as Special agent in the Department of Justice.

Sutherland, Cassie to Sutherland
1917 December 10
Requests a letter of recommendation.

Sutherland to Cassie Sutherland
1917 December 15
Sends letter of recommendation for her files. [letter follows]

Sutherland, Estelle DuBarry to Sutherland
1914 October 9
Requests he appoint Raymond Bell to West Point. Outlines the boy's high points.

Sutherland to Estelle DuBarry Sutherland
1914 October 16
Regrets that he has already appointed a young man to West Point. Another appointment can not be made until this gentlemen finishes his course. Bert is steadily employed and is doing fairly well.

Sutherland, George to Sutherland
1916 July 7
Appreciates letter being returned.

Sutherland to Mrs. Sutherland ---- --- - Informs of his plans for the next few days.

Sutherland to Jessie ------
1915 February 20
Expects more information regarding William Kearney. Provides update on the family. Requests information about Standard Ohio oil and gas leases.

--------, Jessie to Sutherland
1915 September 26
Offers to print announcement for him.

Sutherland, Norris to Sutherland
1912 November 10
Extends a hearty and sincere congratulations on his election to Congress.

Sutherland to Norris Sutherland
1912 November 13
Appreciates letter of congratulations. Extends love to all family.

Sutherland to Richard Sutherland
1914 January 7
Informs that milage book arrived a day late. Sends letter from Professor Dunn.

Sutherland to Richard K. Sutherland
1914 May 7
Sends the last Annual Report of the Isthmian Canal Commission. Regrets that Richard missed visit of his cousin. Updates him on condition of Natalie, Katherine, and Margaret. Feels confident that he can obtain a summer position with the Geological Survey.

Sutherland to Richard Sutherland
1916 February 2
Sends check for $12.00. Expects to see him on weekend.

Sutherland to Richard Sutherland
-- April 23
Sends letter from Dr. Smith regarding employment with the United States Geological Survey. Updates him on the latest news from Natalie. Feels deep sadness for Gladys and the parents of her fiancee in their loss. Informs of weather and recent dinner guests.

Sutherland, Richard to Sutherland
---- August 3
Informs of upcoming officer's examinations. Requests french grammar books.

Sutherland to Richard Sutherland
1916 October 23
Sends notice regarding physical examinations. Plans to be home for the wedding.

Sutherland, Richard to Sutherland
---- November 8
Election was fine. Saw Natalie off to school. Needs check by Wednesday to cover expenses.

Sutton, O.K. to Sutherland
1917 December 10
Expresses an interest in working for the Soldier's Insurance Department.

Sutherland to O.K. Sutton
1917 December 12
Informs that no commissions are being granted by the Soldier's Insurance Department. Recommends that he apply for a position in the Bureau of War Risk Insurance.

Sutherland to W.L. Sutton
1912 May 24
Appreciates recent letter and assistance.

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Sutherland to W.E. Swann
1915 August 7
Discusses his political work preferences; requests his views on the matter. Encloses check.

Swann, W.E. to Sutherland
---- August 7
Received letter minus check. Barbour County Republicans are anxious for his decision.

Swann, W.E. to Sutherland
1915 August 10
Discusses his political findings in Barbour County.

Sutherland to W.E. Swann
1915 August 10
Glad to have his summary of the situation.

Swann, W.E. to Sutherland
---- August 17
Urges him to enter Senatorial race.

Sutherland to W.E. Swann
1915 August 17
Discusses his schedule for next few days.

Sutherland to W.E. Swann
1915 August 6
Wants to know if records show his bill has been paid.

Swearingen, C.A. to Sutherland
1917 September 10
Wants him to get a job for his daughter.

Sutherland to C.A. Swearingen
1917 September 11
Wants to know what branch of Civil Service his daugher is interested in being located.

Swearingen, C.A. to Sutherland
1917 September 13
Will leave it up to him to determine what area his daughter should apply.

Sutherland to C.A. Swearingen
1917 September 15
Civil Service application is being sent to his daughter. Swecker, Lloyd to Sutherland
1910 May 4
Received check; returning proxy. Impossible to attend meeting.

Sutherland to Lloyd Swecker
1910 May 7
Wants canvas regarding sentiment of public.

Swecker, Lloyd to Sutherland
1910 May 10
Will assist in campaign for Senators Scott and Blue. Things are quiet in area regarding political situation.

Sutherland to Lloyd Swecker
1910 May 11
Suggest he return letter if he has not given it to Mr. Keim. Glad he can work for Senators Scott and Blue.

Swecker, Lloyd to Sutherland
1910 May 12
Informs that he did not give his letter to Mr. Keim.

Sutherland to Lloyd Swecker
1910 May 20
Wants to meet him soon. Requests he work in his area. Wants to know how they stand.

Swecker, Lloyd to Sutherland
1910 May 30
Wants fund to compensate area voters.

Sutherland to Lloyd Swecker
1910 June 2
Informs that any arrangements made would have to be based upon the results obtained by Swecker's precinct. Will try to see him prior to Thursday.

Swecker, Lloyd to Sutherland
1910 June 4
Thinks votes can be obtained if voters compensated for their day traveling to polls. Wants campaign buttons.

Swecker, Lloyd to Sutherland
1912 March 3
Discusses political situation in his area. Thinks Roosevelt is the strongest.

Sweeney, Nellie to Mrs. Sutherland
1913 June 15
Wants to know when they can expect her. [telegram]

Sutherland to O.C. Sweeney
1917 July 23
Congratulates him on his appointment as postmaster.

Sweeney, Thomas B. to Sutherland
1912 November 7
Extends congratulatations on his victory.

Sutherland to T.B. Sweeney
1912 November 12
Thanks him for the congratulatory note.

Sutherland to Thomas B. Sweeney
1912 November 16
Thanks him for efforts on his behalf.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1913 February 18
Encloses insurance policies which they consider confidential.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1913 June 17
Discusses plans for the Sutherland family's visit to Wheeling.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1913 June 24
Hopes he and his family arrived home safely. Informs they were a "hit" at Wheeling.

Sutherland to T.B. Sweeney
1913 June 25
Informs that he and Mrs. Sutherland had memorable visit.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1913 June 27
Family enjoyed their visit. Regrets ticket matter.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1913 September 12
Request he write to him regarding houses in Washington.

Sutherland to T.B. Sweeney
1913 September 13
Does not want to advise him on housing in Washington. Invites him to visit while he is in town.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1913 September 26
Wants information on income and work of Dr. Golden.

Sutherland to Thomas B. Sweeney
1913 September 29
Informs that Dr. Golden is financially secure.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1914 February 6
Encloses renewal receipts.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1914 June 11
Hopes his political affairs are turning out as desired. Returning the old note.

Sutherland to T.B. Sweeney
1914 June 15
Appreciates his offer of assistance.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1914 September 16
Discusses Sutherland's move into a rental house.

Sutherland to T.B. Sweeney
1914 September 19
Glad his house-renting struggles are over. Virginia's health is better.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1915 March 7
Instructs him on handling of enclosed policies.

Sutherland to T.B. Sweeney
1915 March 13
Does not understand the policy's extension. Prefers arrangement suggested earlier.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1915 March 15
Will give prompt attention to the insurance matter.

Sutherland to T.B. Sweeney
1915 March 22
Expresses his desires in insurance matter.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1915 March 27
Request he sign the necessary forms to change the insurance premiums.

Sutherland to T.B. Sweeney
1915 June 1
Informs how he handled the note and premium matter.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1915 June 2
Discusses insurance and premium matter.

Sutherland to T.B. Sweeney
1915 June 5
Thanks him for note extension. College demands creates trying time for ready cash.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1915 August 9
Returning old note. His arrangement is satisfactory.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1915 October 12
Wants to know if painting belongs to him.

[T.B. Sweeney]
Clarke, Shelby to Sutherland
1915 October 12
Discusses the watercolor his company framed for Mrs. Williams which she has seen in his home.

Sutherland to T.B. Sweeney
1915 October 18
Informs he can turn over picture to Dr. Williams.

Sweeney, T.B. to Sutherland
1916 July 3
Congratulates him on win.

Sutherland to T.B. Sweeney
1916 July 8
Appreciates letter. He and wife recently spent a week at Atlantic City.

Sweets, H.H. to Sutherland
1916 September 23
Returning his photograph of which a cut from same will be published in all the Presbyterian church papers.

Sutherland to H.H. Sweets
1916 September 28
Acknowledges receipt of photograph and letter. Doubts if he can attend the meeting due to campaigning.

Swett, Marchy C. to Sutherland
---- March 25
Offers him apartments for rent in Washington area.

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Swick, D.L. to Sutherland
1912 September 4
Wants to know procedure to apply at West Point.

Swick, D.L. to Sutherland
1915 September 30
Reports his political findings in regard to candidates.

Sutherland to D.L. Swick
1915 October 4
Appreciates his views on the political situation.

Swick, D.L. to Sutherland
1915 October 27
Reports many people anxious for him to enter the Senatorial race.

Sutherland to D.L. Swick
1915 November 2
Will look over situation a while longer.

Swick Leslie to Sutherland
1912 November 1
Requests he send beer/whiskey. Intends to use it to Sutherland's best interest.

Sutherland to Leslie Swick
1912 November 16
Did not receive his letter until after the election. Appreciates his good efforts.

Sutherland to Arlen E. Swiger
1915 March 2
Expresses concern regarding funding cuts affecting the Geological Survey.

Sutherland to Arlen G. Swiger
1915 March 5
Hopes some means can be found to carry out state's activities.

Sutherland to Arlen Swiger
1916 December 23
Thanks him for remembrance.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1912 March 4
Seeks his opinion regarding Congressman-at-Large race.

[Charles W. Swisher]
Bolden to Sutherland
1912 May 4
Encloses list taken from 1912 Directory. States Sutherland's announcement was the "surprise of the week" in Charleston.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1913 January 28
Request he write check for taxes on Greenbrier Co. land.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1913 February 25
Reminds him to send check for taxes.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1913 May 8
Wants reimbursement for paying their share on taxes. Encloses renewal note.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1913 May 16
Acknowledges check. Encloses Congressional Directory.

Swisher, C.W. to Sutherland
1913 May 21
Requests letter with price of Greenbrier property and the commission. Requests Congressional Directory be sent to the Charleston Daily Mail.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1913 May 23
Advises him on Greenbrier County property price and commission.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1913 March 28
Reminds he needs money for the benefit of his creditors.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1913 June 17
Wants to know how the party liked Greenbrier property.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1913 November 13
Informs that he has written Mr. Yeager regarding the Greenbrier land and his commission.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1914 January 24
Request he send check for his share of the taxes.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1914 April 9
Reminds him to pay his share of the taxes.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1914 May 11
Request he take care of specific financial matters.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1915 January 8
Encloses renewal note with instructions on how to handle the note.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1915 August 12
Reminds him that obligations at Elkins Bank need his attention.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1915 August 19
Discusses their financial matters.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1915 August 21
Encloses copy of Droney's letter. Hopes he has signed and forwarded the notes to Mr. Robb.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1915 June 24
Informs that bank demands payment. Request a check be sent. [telegram]

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1915 June 26
Insist he send check for his portion of the discount.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1915 July 1
Explains necessity of paying his note obligations. He and Robb are embarrassed. Does not want the bank officials in bad humor.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1915 August 4
Discusses payments he owes to the bank. Urges him to take care of the matter.

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1915 August 28
Urges him to take immediate action regarding notes. [telegram]

Sutherland to C.W. Swisher
1916 March 6
Explains importance of doing bank matters immediately.

Swisher to Robb
n.d.
Sends notes. Will send check after the twenty-second.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1912 January 2
Informs that he and his associate are not interested in exchanging timber property.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1912 November 23
Appreciates his congratulations.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1912 November 29
Informs Pittsburgh parties cannot take up the matter that belongs to him in Greenbrier County.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1912 December 28
Discusses business proposition.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1913 January 14
Understands he is not interested in exchanging timber property for Pittsburgh land.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1913 January 16
Wants to hear from him after he looks over Pittsburgh property.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1913 February 3
Wants information on Western Maryland tract. Plans to send letter of introduction to real estate man in Washington.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1913 February 11
Would be glad to meet his real estate friend. Informs Governor already in touch with club over lands owners.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1913 February 24
Will take associate with him to Washington property to look into possible exchange.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1913 February 26
Suggest he look over West Chester Apartment property as soon as possible.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1913 March 13
Wants to know if he looked over Washington property and how the deal is progressing.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1913 March 15
Will contact him after seeing the property.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1913 March 18
Thinks deal can still be made on West Chester Apartment House.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1913 March 19
Informs his associate, Mr. Robb, will look over Washington property. May have chance to sell timber; if not, may consider an exchange.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1913 March 22
Will advise Mr. Turner that he will look over Washington property.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1913 June 13
Wants to be advised as much ahead of time as to his plans to check over the Washington property.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1913 June 16
Doubts if they would be willing to exchange their property for Morgantown property.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1913 June 18
Encloses description and statement regarding his land at Morgantown.

Sutherland to Howard L. Swisher
1913 June 25
Informs that he and Mr. Robb are not interested in his property.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1913 June 27
Sorry he and Robb are not interested in the Main Street Building deal.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1913 October 14
Wants to know if he disposed of Greenbrier County property.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1913 October 22
He and Robb want real money for the Greenbrier County property.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1914 January 7
Will give property consideration. Schedule is full.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1914 January 10
Was in Washington, but he assumed Sutherland was vacationing.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1914 April 7
Informs that he has been out of the city. Suggests he contact Mr. Robb regarding the real estate matter.

Swisher, Howard to Sutherland
1916 June 17
Offers deal on Greenbrier County land; encloses description. [description follows]

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1916 June 19
Declines to pass opinion for Greenbrier tract, but thinks it ought to be worth ten dollars per acre.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1916 June 20
Asks if he can suggest someone to estimate property value. Offers him the opportunity to participate in the purchase.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1916 June 22
Declines offer. Recommends C.A. Yeager for estimate.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1916 June 22
Wants him to locate others who will go in on the property purchase.

Sutherland's Secretary to H.L. Swisher
1916 June 23
On behalf of Mr. Sutherland, replies to letter concerning the land.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1916 July 3
Decemberlines property offer.

Sutherland's Secretary to H.L. Swisher
1916 July 31
Acknowledges his letter regarding timber land in Greenbrier County.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1918 January 2
Wants him to consider a bill or provision made in draft law concerning number of sons that can be drafted.

[H.L. Swisher]
Sutherland to Major General E.H. Crowder
1918 January 5
Encloses letter from H.L. Swisher suggesting modifications of the Conscription Law. Wants his views on the matter.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1918 January 5
Glad he called his attention to the Conscription Law. Will take matter up with the Senate.

Swisher, H.L. to Sutherland
1918 January 9
Appreciates his reply to letter concerning the Conscription Law.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1918 January 11 Will contact him as soon as he recives a report.

Sutherland to H.L. Swisher
1918 January 14
Encloses letter and information regarding deferred classification of persons upon the ground of dependency and engagement in specific enterprises. [copy of letter follows]

Swope, J.B. to Sutherland
1917 August 13
Protests increase in postage fees and the sending of American men to fight oversees.

Sutherland to J.B. Swope
1917 August 15
Explains that postage rate increases are unpopular, but they are a war measure. The money is needed. Can sympathize with protests of men as only son is in the Army with others in similar situations. However, the war must be won.

Swope, J.J. to Sutherland
1912 April 12
Suggest he come down to Welch and discuss the political situation. References made to Teter and Hatfield.

Sutherland to J.J. Swope
1912 April 13
Expresses his views on the candidacy of Hatfield and Teter.

Symmes, A.C. to Sutherland
1912 October 21
Sending prospectus of his company's holdings in Florida. Offers commission for the sales.

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Sutherland to C.E. Tabor
1918 --- --
Will remember his support.

Tabscott, E.E. to Sutherland
1914 July 8
Thanks him for cash prize won in Davis-Elkins oratorical contest.

Sutherland to Tacoma Commercial Club
1915 July 31
Unable to accept invitation to Living Glaciers in Rainier National Park.

Sutherland to Charles P. Taft
1911 February 22
Expresses appreciation for his kindness extended to him and fellow members of the West Virginia Senate.

Sutherland to President William Taft
1912 November 18
Recommends J.L. Bateman for a government position.

Taggart, E.H. to Sutherland
1915 August 16
Offers twenty five thousand dollars for Greenbrier- Monroe County land.

Sutherland to E.H. Taggart
1915 September 2
Informs he has not heard from him in regards to Greenbrier property.

Sutherland to E.H. Taggart
1915 October 4
Wants to know if purchaser still in market for tract similar to Greenbrier land.

Taggart, E.H. to Sutherland
1915 October 14
Informs that party which inquired on Greenbrier land has Washington apartment which he may wish to exchange.

Sutherland to E.H. Taggart
1915 October 18
Advises Mr. Robb will take property matter up with him.

Sutherland to Talbott and Hoover
1912 January 2
Received statement concerning Odd Fellows Home Fund.

[Talbott and Hoover]
Talbott and Hoover to E.A. Bowers
1913 July 23
Informs that mandate of Supreme Court regarding Collins Company vs. Trustees of Davis-Elkins College is being sent. Inquires about future actions of trustees.

Sutherland to E.D. Talbott
1913 December 8
Believed that the Canfield note had been reduced. E.A. Bowers will accept service for him if a suit is filed.

Sutherland to Talbott and Hoover [
1913]July 28
Informs that attempts being made to raise funds to pay off Davis and Elkins College liens.

Talbott and Hoover to Sutherland
1914 July 28
Discusses the Thompson and McCabe suit.

Sutherland to Talbott and Hoover
1914 August 6
Advises them to contact Hill Arnold regarding Glady Fork matter.

Talbott, E.D. to Sutherland
1915 December 14
Requests information about recent actions by Davis Trust Company.

Sutherland to E.D. Talbott
1915 December 15 Informs that he knows nothing about appointment of an Examining Committee. If appointed, will make inquiry he suggested.

Talbott, E.D. to Sutherland
1917 August 9
Wants copy of 1861 law regarding prevention of suits brought against enlisted men. McCabe agreed to their agreement as well as the Glady Lumber Company.

Sutherland to E.D. Talbott
1917 August 10
Advises to consult the Revised Statutes Section 1237 for data he is seeking. Presumes Thompson will also agree to their understanding.

Sutherland to R.E. Talbott
1915 June 12
Value of shares of Kingwood National Bank Stock.

Tallman, F.E. to Sutherland
1916 May 25
Advises of corporation tax due him.

Sutherland's Secretary to F.E. Tallman
1916 May 26
Informs Mr. Sutherland out of office. It is possible he may see him in Elkins on election day.

Tallman, F.E. to Sutherland
1916 June 22
Calls his attention to corporation tax due. Congratulates him on primary race result. [2 copies]

Sutherland's Secretary to F.E. Tallman
1916 June 24
Will refer his letter to Mr. Sutherland.

Tallman, F.E. to Sutherland
1916 May 25
Informs that corporation tax on Middle Fork Coal and Land Company must be paid or penalties incurred.

Tallman, R.L. to Sutherland
1914 August 24
Will get abstract title for property. Wonders if he will be home for Fair and Homecoming.

Sutherland to R.L. Tallman
1914 August 26
Be glad to get abstract of the title. Doubtful if he can attend Homecoming exercises.

Tallman, R.L. to Sutherland
1914 October 14
Will buy Sutherland's pony. Offers to campaign through the state for a small fee.

Sutherland to R.L. Tallman
1914 October 14
Will sell pony. Unable to furnish funds to cover campaign expenses.

Tallman, R.L. to Sutherland
1914 November 21
Discusses their meeting to work out coal property transactions. Niece died.

Tallman, R.L. to Sutherland
1914 November 24
Discusses pony trade arrangement.

Sutherland to R.L. Tallman
1914 December 7
Accepts arrangement and wants matter taken care of. Wants winter home for horse.

Sutherland to R.L. Tallman
1914 December 19
Informs he can be contacted at his home in Elkins.

Sutherland to R.L. Tallman
1915 April 19
Discusses the buggy-pony trade he made.

Tallman, R.L. to Sutherland
1915 April 22
Discusses the matter concerning note, buggy, and pony.

Tallman, R.L. to Sutherland
1915 August 18
Will try to collect for notes. Plans to visit Elkins.

Sutherland to R.L. Tallman
1915 August 19
Will trade horse for coal land. Can see him next week.

Tallman, R.L. to Sutherland
1915 October 22
Informs that he found note on "George" and a place for the horse "Bob." Finding him strongest favorite for Senate. Sorry he missed the reunion.

Sutherland to R.L. Tallman
1915 October 23
Sorry he missed reunion. Glad to see him whenever he comes to Elkins.

Tallman, R.L. to Sutherland
1916 February 13
Wishes him success in the Senatorial race. Discusses reasons behind Wesley George's delay in paying note.

Sutherland to R.L. Tallman
1916 March 25
Does not wish to trade back for the pony. Seeks his support for his candidacy.

Tallman, R.L. to Sutherland
1916 March 29
Informs he thinks they should wait awhile before asking George to pay on note. Finding many people favor his candidacy.

Sutherland's Secretary to R.L. Tallman
1916 March 31
Informs that Sutherland will answer letter immediately upon his return.

Sutherland to R.L. Tallman
1916 April 10
Expresses his desire regarding buggy, note, and pony. Wants him to support his candidacy.

Sutherland to R.L. Tallman
1916 May 15
Will leave matter in his hands and can be advised at his home.

Tamplett, P.H. to Sutherland
1914 November 4
Informs his insurance premium will soon expire. [certificate of loan follows]

Sutherland to P.H. Tamplett
1914 November 10
Premium paid.

Sutherland to P.H. Tamplett
1915 August 17
Wants information on their policies and rate book.

Sutherland to P.H. Tamplett
1915 October 26
Will sign loan certificate if for any reason he cannot remit premium payment.

Sutherland to Camden Taney
1917 September 2
Expresses appreciation of printing editorials.

Sutherland to Oliver Tarr
1912 May 24
Expresses appreciation for assistance.

Sutherland to H.E. Tatterson
n.d.
Grateful for support.

Taverner, L.N. to Sutherland
1910 December 28
States his position if elected to the Senate.

Sutherland to L.N. Taverner
1910 December 30
Extends his best wishes.

Dreher, W.F. to A.E. Taylor
1917 December 10
Encloses data regarding Queen Oil and Refining Company. Reserving shares for him.

Dreher, W.F. to A.E. Taylor
1918 January 7
Acknowledges receipt of his application to purchase shares.

Taylor, A.E. to Sutherland
1918 January 11
Encloses letter from Mr. Dreher. Wants him to investigate the Queen Oil and Refining Company.

[A.E. Taylor] Sutherland to R.G. Dunn and Company
1918 January 14
Requests information regarding Queen Oil and Refining Company.

Sutherland to A.E. Taylor
1918 February 7
Informs that he took matter up with R.G. Dunn and Company. Encloses data regarding the same. [copy of letter regarding Queen Oil & Refining follows]

Taylor, Blake to Sutherland
1913 March 28
Wants to know if he can handle specific coal property.

Sutherland to Blake Taylor
1913 April 5
Will co-operate on coal tract. Needs detailed information on the same.

Taylor, Blake to Sutherland
1913 April 14
Provides description of Kentucky coal tract.

Taylor, Blake to Sutherland
1913 May 5
Informs he has blueprint of coal property. At present he does not have permission to send copies of it. Can send a map.

Sutherland to Blake Taylor
1913 May 13
Informs that more complete data is needed to place the tract on the market.

Taylor, C. Burgess to Sutherland
1917 August 18
Expresses his views on insurance plan proposed by the Administration for the purpose of providing for our Army, Navy, and its opposition.

Sutherland to C.B. Taylor
1917 August 22
Will give careful attention to proposed insurance measure. Compliments him on attitude in the matter.

Taylor, C.B. to Sutherland
1918 January 19
Wants information on status of Bill regarding appropriations to compensate Panama for right of way to Panama Canal.

Sutherland to C.B. Taylor
1918 January 21
Encloses copy of a message relative to Panama Canal.

Taylor, Edward A. to Sutherland
1915 May 4
Seeks his assistance in securing employment.

Sutherland to E.A. Taylor
1915 May 10
Wishes he could be of service in obtaining job but businesses are currently suppressed. Will keep matter in mind.

[Frank Taylor] Findley, A.L. to Sutherland
1917 October 5
Seeks his aid in prison releasement of Frank Taylor.

[Frank Taylor] Sutherland to A.L. Findley
1917 October 8
Informs he has contacted Illinois Board regarding Frank Taylor.

[Frank Taylor]
Sutherland to William Colvin
1917 October 8
Requests release of prisoner, Frank Truman Taylor. [Frank Taylor]
Colvin, William to Sutherland
1917 October 10
Informs that Taylor was released on September 9th.

[Frank Taylor] Findley, A.L. to Sutherland
1917 October 12
Informs of Taylor's parole.

[Frank Taylor] Sutherland to William Colvin
1917 October 12
Thanks him for prompt replay. Returns papers inadvertently enclosed in letter.

Taylor, Guy to Sutherland
1918 January 25
Requests his aid in securing job with the government.

Sutherland to Guy Taylor
1918 January 26
Informs Civil Service will be sending him forms.

Taylor, Hiram to Sutherland
1918 January 25
Urges him and other representatives to amend Pomerene War Revenue.

Sutherland to Hiram Taylor
1918 January 28
Will give consideration to their request concerning Pomerene War Revenue Act.

Sutherland to Rev. J.H. Taylor
1915 March 1
Acknowledges his invitation.

Taylor, N. to Sutherland
1912 February 5
Busy school schedule prevents reporting any political sentiment in Beverly area.

Sutherland to R.B. Taylor
1913 July 19
Informs if schedule permits will attend meeting. Senator Davis is not well. The time is not right to bring his attention to the State Board deficit.

Sutherland to Stephen Taylor
1912 May 23
Would like him to take active interest in his candidacy.

Teter, Aaron to Sutherland
1910 November 2
Informs that he is doing all he can to secure votes for Republicans.

Sutherland to Aaron Teter
1910 November 11
Appreciates his work. Election results disastrous; must get ready for contest two years hence.

Teter, C.F. to Sutherland
1912 February 1
Trusts he can aid him in securing nomination for West Virginia Congressman-at-Large.

Teter, C.F. to Sutherland
1912 May 20
Lengthy discussion on his candidacy and upcoming contest. Also, denies truth to comments made regarding him to the editor at Logan.

Sutherland to C.F. Teter
1912 May 24
Informs that he did not write letter to Mr. Dean for publication. Defends his actions in regard to Good Road Laws. Reminds Teter of his last attempts to run for office. Statements regarding his desire to hold other office inaccurate.

Teter, F. Ray to Sutherland
1912 February 2
Informs majority of people in his area favor Roosevelt.

Sutherland to F.R. Teter
1912 February 9
Informs that he will be allowed credit for fire loss.

Teter, R.C. to sutherland
1910 September 10
Requests his assistance in getting his brother appointed as clerk of the Legislature.

Sutherland to R.C. Teter
1910 September 19
Will be glad to jolt Senator Blue in recommending his brother, Ralph Teter.

Teter, R.C. to Sutherland
1910 October 20
Replies to his inquiry concerning capitation taxes in various counties.

Sutherland to R.C. Teter
1912 October 15
Thanks him for manuscript.

Sutherland to R.C. Teter
1913 January 13
Be glad to see him at Charleston.

Sutherland to Roy C. Teter
1913 October 20
Delighted to hear of approaching marriage to Miss Hubbard. Wishes them well.

Sutherland to W. Guy Tetrick
1912 December 30
Encloses assignment to be placed on record in the courthouse.

Sutherland to W. Guy Tetrick
1913 January 3
Encloses check for fee to record assignment.

Sutherland to W.G. Tetrick
1913 January 28
Requests assignments to be recorded.

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[Asa L. Thaxton]
Gollehon, J.H. to Sutherland
1917 July 13
Seeks his aid in securing discharge of soldier from active duty.

[Asa L. Thaxton]
Sutherland to J.H. Gollehon
1917 July 14
Informs the proper procedure soldier must follow to obtain a discharge.

Thomas, A.C. to Sutherland
1917 September 15
Informs legislation coming up regarding increased supply of currency in smaller denominations is vital. Suggest he lend aid in passing same.

Sutherland to A.C. Thomas
1917 September 17
Will give close consideration to the legislation concerning the money supply.

[Mrs. E.W. Thomas]
Sutherland to W.C. DeLancy
1917 October 31
Recommends Mrs. E.W. Thomas for a clerical position.

[Mrs. E.W. Thomas]
DeLaney, W.C. to Sutherland
1917 November 9
Assures him that special attention will be given his recommendation of Mrs. Thomas.

Thomas, L.A. to Sutherland
1912 April 29
Informs that very little has been said in his area regarding Teter's nomination. Suggests he visit Richwood if he should become a candidate.

Sutherland to L.A. Thomas
1912 May 8
Informs of his decision to enter the race. Needs his support.

Thomas, W.H. to Sutherland
1917 September 10
Discusses status of C.H. Boardman's son.

Sutherland to Col. W.H. Thomas
1917 September 11
Regrets son's condition. Reviewed case of Boardman's son.

Thomas, Wilbur H. to Sutherland
1912 November 7
Congratulates him on election win.

Sutherland to Wilbur H.
1912 November 13
Appreciates congratulations.

Sutherland to George R. Thompson
1912 May 23
Expresses confidence in obtaining nomination.

Thompson, J. to Sutherland
1912 February 10
Describes type of timber tract his company is interested in obtaining.

Thompson, R.A. to Sutherland
1917 December 17
Seeks his aid in securing job as ship carpenter.

Sutherland to R.A. Thompson
1917 December 20
Advises him of agency to contact in regards to employment.

Sutherland to Senator A.K. Thorn
1912 March 5
Asks his opinion regarding becoming a candidate.

Thorn, A.K. to Sutherland
1912 March 6
Expresses his views on Mr. Teter's candidacy. Thinks Republican party will confer upon Sutherland an office in which his talent can be exercised.

Thorn, A.K. to Sutherland
1912 November 9
Congratulates him on win.

Sutherland to A.K. Thorn
1912 November 11
Deeply indebted to him and others for their support.

Sutherland to D.H. Thornton
1910 January 4
Will give careful attention to the claims of their town in regards to the rebuilding of the Normal School.

Thornton, D.H. to Sutherland
1910 December 30
Conveys additional data explaining why adequate appropriation is needed to rebuild main building of the Concord Normal School.

Thornton, D.H. to Concord Normal School Relief Assn
1911 February 6
Requests his support in allowing Concord Normal School to remain in Athens.

[B.H. Throop]
Bolling, W. to Sutherland
1917 September 24
Interested in seeing Senate Bill # 2821 passed. Sending manual about training and care of dogs used during war.

Sutherland to B.H. Throop
1917 September 26
Will give Senate Bill #2821 close consideration.

Thrush, Richard W. to Sutherland
1915 October 19
Requests he speak at Educational Rally for Mineral Co.

Sutherland to R.W. Thrush
1915 October 21
Will attend rally if schedule permits.

Thrush, R.W. to Sutherland
1915 October 29
Discusses the agenda for the rally and the topic on which Sutherland should speak.

Sutherland to R.W. Thrush
1915 November 2
Expects to attend rally.

Tibbitts, George F. to Sutherland
1916 April 4
Requests use of his name on behalf of the American Co-operative Christian Council. Wants him on the committee.

Sutherland to George F. Tibbitts
1916 April 7
Declines position as chairman of the committee.

Tibbitts, George F. to Sutherland
1916 April 12
Explains work he is undertaking. Will appreciate occasional counsel from him.

Sutherland to George F. Tibbitts
1916 April 13
Offers assistance to Camp.

Sutherland to P.H. Tiernan
1915 June 16
Asks if he has heard anything regarding his application to the Geological Survey. Expresses approval of editorials in the Sun-Herald.

Tiernan, Paul H. to Sutherland
1915 September 11
Expresses political support for Sutherland in the race for United States Senator.

Sutherland to P.H. Tierman
1915 September 15
Will appreciate his views and sentiments of others in regards to his candidacy.

Sutherland to L.E. Tierney
1917 August 7
Glad to receive facts concerning Federal Trade Commission. Will talk matter over further with Mr. Cooper.

Timanus, E. Clay to Sutherland
1917 September 20
Seeks assistance for Charles H. Vossler.

Sutherland's Secretary to E. Clay Timanus
1917 September 21
Acknowledges letter on behalf of Sutherland in his absence.

Timberland Realty Company to Sutherland
1916 April 15
Request information about small coal mines in the Fairmont region.

Sutherland to Timberland Realty Company
1916 April 18
Informs he has no small mines to offer. Only has large properties.

Sutherland to Isaac Tingler
1910 November 10
Informs that he wrote a note which apparently went was not delivered promptly. Thinks party defeat will prove worthwhile in end.

Tingler, Isaac to Sutherland
1912 February 3
Informs Roosevelt favorite with many in his area. Hopes J. Wamsley is elected judge.

Tinsley, L.B. to Sutherland
1912 October 25
Asks for financial support.

Tomlinson, Bertha to Sutherland
1917 October 10
Encloses copy of speech made by William H. Taft regarding premature peace and the war effort.

Sutherland to Bertha Tomlinson
1917 October 20
Acknowledges her letter and the Taft address.

Sutherland to C.H. Tondeur
1912 May 24
Asks for his support in the election.

Sutherland to John Tonkins
1913 March 21
Wants his company to purchase gas wells.

Tonkin, John to Sutherland
1913 March 31
Informs he acts as consultant to the company; suggests contacting Mr. Pew regarding a possible purchase.

Sutherland to J.L. Tope
1913 August 27
Suggests he contact E.D. Talbott, President of the Commercial Club in Elkins, regarding proposition.

Sutherland to Hotel Toronto
1913 February 18
Expresses an interest in renting apartments.

[Roy Totten]
Massey, W.A. to Sutherland
1917 October 10
Wants to take the place of Roy Totten in the military.

[Roy Totten] Sutherland to W.A Massey
1917 October 15
Informs it is impossible for him to replace soldier Totten in military service. Informs of proper procedure for a discharge.

Sutherland to T.C. Townsend
1910 August 29
Advises having the Intelligencer article concerning his audit of the sheriff's books published in other Republican newspapers.

[T.C. Townsend]
Echols, L.S. to Sutherland
1910 August 31
Will refer his letter to Commissioner Townsend upon his return.

Townsend, T.C. to Sutherland
1910 September 10
Expresses his views on McDonald matter.

Sutherland to T.C. Townsend
1910 September 19
Discusses data they should have published in relation to the McDonald matter.

Townsend, T.C. to Sutherland
1910 September 21
Discusses situation in regards to audit of sheriff's books. Thinks matter should be placed before the grand jury.

Sutherland to T.C. Townsend
1910 September 23
Thinks information concerning audit of sheriff should be made available to voters. Agrees case should be brought before a grand jury.

Townsend, T.C. to Sutherland
1910 October 1
Informs that he is incorrect regarding tax department withholding remainder of their report. The report on the audit will be available soon.

Sutherland to T.C. Townsend
1910 October 4
Regrets delay in permit. Defeat of Republican part will prove a good thing.

Sutherland to T.C. Townsend
1910 November 11
Encloses letter from a Pendleton County man who feels an audit is necessary in that county. Encourages him to act upon the matter.

Townsend, T.C. to Sutherland
1910 November 17
Will consider needs of Pendleton County. Agrees grand jury ought to take action in regard to Randolph County matter. Will take matter up with the Governor.

Sutherland to T.C. Townsend
1911 December 22
Discusses the candidacy of Hatfield, Swisher, and Dillion. Thinks Governor Dawson and Dillion should get busy. Wrote to Ogden on the matter.

Townsend, T.C. to Sutherland
1911 December 26
Agrees with him regarding Ogden-Hatfield candidacies.

Sutherland to T.C. Townsend
1911 December 28
Quotes from letter received from Ogden regarding Hatfield-Dillion as candidates.

Townsend, T.C. to Sutherland
1912 January 1
Expresses his views regarding Mr. Ogden's position. Thinks Governor elected must stand for something.

Sutherland to T.C. Townsend
1912 January 6
Informs he was unable to meet him due to conference in Governor's office. Agrres with his views on next Governor.

Townsend, T.C. to Sutherland
1912 April 17
Will support his candidacy for Congressman-at-Large. Has encourged Dillion to visit Randolph County. Thinks Roosevelt will be nominated at Chicago convention.

Sutherland to T.C. Townsend
1912 April 22
Informs he has been quietly speaking out for Dillion. Asks opinion regarding Teter's odds in various counties.

Townsend, T.C. to Sutherland
1912 April 30
Informs that he thinks Teter will carry Fayette County, however he will not have a solid majority. Thinks time is short, but urges him to enter the race.

Sutherland to T.C. Townsend
1912 May 8
Wants to contact influential Republicans in Fayette County to aid his candidacy.

Townsend, T.C. to Sutherland
1912 May 11
Suggests he get J.P. Staton to take charge of his Fayette County campaign.

Sutherland to T.C. Townsend
1912 May 13
Will contact Mr. Staton at once.

Sutherland to M.A. Tozier
1912 November 15
Appreciates congratulatory note.

Tozier, M.A. to Sutherland
1913 February 8
Informs that he has a party interested in Big Creek Coal. Requests information. [telegram]

Tozier, M.A. to Sutherland
1913 February 8
Discusses business proposition and price involving Logan County land.

Sutherland to M.A. Tozier
1913 February 11
Informs he will contact him as soon as he heards from Judge Robinson regarding the property.

Sutherland to M.A. Tozier
1913 February 11
Update on actions taken regarding coal property.

Tozier, M.A. to Sutherland
1913 February 12
Informs that letters have been received. [telegram]

Sutherland to M.A. Tozier
1913 February 15
Suggests his clients consider Logan County property. Sorry Judge Robinson and Senator Flynn not agreeable on Big Creek property.

Tozier, M.A. to Sutherland
1913 February 17
Informs he also is disappointed in property proposition. Needs data on other tract.

Tozier, M.A. to Sutherland
1913 May 13
Acknowledges check.

Tozier, M.A. to Sutherland
1913 May 29
Will take matter up regarding Logan County coal land. Quotes price of forty five dollars per acre.

Sutherland to M.A. Tozier
1913 June 2
Hopes he can get client interested in property.

Tozier, M.A. to Sutherland
1913 September 13
Discusses commission price per acre of Big Creek coal.

Sutherland to M.A. Tozier
1913 September 15
Informs owners of Big Creek coal property agree to take thirty five dollars per acre. Will divide any commission equally with him out of transaction.

Tozier, M.A. to Sutherland
1913 September 22
Party not interested in 60 day option at present. Will keep pursuing matter in hopes of getting a sale.

Sutherland to M.A. Tozier
1915 February 3
Wants to know status of his client in regards to their purchase of Big Creek Coal.

Sutherland to M.A. Tozier
1915 February 6
Informs that Big Creek Coal property is off market. Discusses other ways they might offer it to client.

Tozier, M.A. to Sutherland
1915 February 8
Replies to his inquiry concerning how business in country is doing. Will advise him on Big Creek Coal property.

Sutherland to M.A. Tozier
1915 February 9
Informs coal land sales in Logan County exceeds coal sales of other counties in the state. Hopes he can get party interested in tract.

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[Traders National Bank]
Graham, Sandford to Charles S. Robb
1915 April 14
Informs that the note by Robb and Sutherland will be due in July.

[Traders National Bank]
Sutherland to Sanford Graham
1915 July 22
Informs that he and Robb will send renewal note and check unless they hear from him.

[Traders National Bank]
Robb, Charles S. to Sanford Graham
1916 November 3
Will attend to matter concerning renewal of note.

Sutherland to Sanford Graham
1916 November 6
Encloses Mr. Robb's check and the note.

Trask, Winnie to Sutherland
n.d.
Seeks his aid in securing stenographic position.

Sutherland to Winnie Trask
1910 December 15
Will assist her obtain a job if it is possible.

Traxler, John M. to Sutherland
1917 November 14
Encloses resignation; wants a temporary postmaster to be named.

Sutherland to J.M. Traxler
1917 November 15
Acknowledges his letter of resignation.

[J.M. Traxler]
Sutherland to J.C. Koons
1917 November 15
Encloses resignation of J.M. Traxler. Advises naming replacement.

[J.M. Traxler]
Koons, J.C. to Sutherland
1917 November 17
Acknowledges receipt of Postmaster Traxler's resignation.

Sutherland to J.M. Traxler
1917 November 19
Encloses copy of Mr. Koons' letter.

Sutherland to A.T. Treadway
1916 December 23
Extends best wishes for the holidays.

Trembly, J.W. to Sutherland
1910 May 3
Informs that he is a supporter of Scott and Blue.

Sutherland to John Trembley
1913 April 8
Advises him to have notes renewed according to their agreement.

Trembly, J.W. to Sutherland
1913 April 19
Explains situation in regard to the Barlow notes. Hopes he can make satisfactory arrangements.

Sutherland to J.W. Trembly
1913 April 30
Gives information on status of their wells. Informs that Mr. Barlow wants notes paid.

Sutherland to J.W. Trembly
1913 May 2
Discusses alternative for handling the Barlow notes.

Sutherland to J.W. Trembly
1913 May 13
Since he has not heard any news regarding the new wells, he expects a bad report.

Sutherland to J.W. Trembley
1913 June 8
Requests information on notes, Struther-Sophinia wells.

Trembly, J.W. to Sutherland
1915 October 27
Informs that George Lowe will hold note but wants it paid. Expecting good gas business during winter.

Sutherland to J.W. Trembly
1913 November 28
Wants to be informed on Lowe note.

Trembly, J.W. to Sutherland
1913 December 4
Turned note over to Mr. Lowe. Hecker well doing fine.

Sutherland to J.W. Trembly
1913 December 8
Informs Lowe should turn over note. Wants letter on status of wells. Sutherland to J.W. Trenton
1911 June 6
Informs he has written letter to Governor Glasscock regarding his employment.

Trimble, South to Sutherland
1912 November 8
Reminds him to file report of contributions received and expenses incurred.

Sutherland to South Trimble
1912 November 25
Encloses statement of campaign expenditures.

Trimble, South to Sutherland
1912 November 29
Acknowledges receipt statement of election expenses.

Sutherland to James Trimboli
1913 March 28
Wants estimate for concrete work.

Sutherland to Walter Triplett
1915 September 27
Asks him to check roof on a house he owns.

Sutherland to Walter Triplett
1915 October 1
Requests he arrange to fix roof.

Sutherland to Tri-State Lumber Company
1913 March 26
Encloses description of timber tracts.

Sutherland to Frank B. Trotter
1915 June 5
Regrets that his schedule prevents him from attending commencement exercises.

[Horace Trout]
Sutherland to J.A. McIlhenny
1918 January 4
Letter of introduction concerning Horace Trout.

Trout, Walter W. to Sutherland
1916 March 1
Asks for contribution to YMCA campaign.

Sutherland to W.W. Trout
1916 March 9
Declines at present to give to campaign fund.

Troxwell, Leander to Sutherland
1917 December 12
Request he give consideration to the "Esmonds Bill" coming before Congress on December 15th.

Sutherland to Leander Troxwell
1917 December 14
Informs that he will give careful consideration to the upcoming bill.

[F.O. Trump]
Somers, W.H. to Sutherland
1918 January 2
Request he furnish information regarding building contracts to F.O. Trump.

[F.O. Trump]
Sutherland to W.H. Somers
1918 January 3
Informs that the Emergency Fleet Corporation is sending Mr. Trump information regarding contracts.

Tucker, Kenyon and McFarland to Sutherland
1916 January 27
Reminds him of unpaid claims.

Sutherland to Tucker, Kenyon, and McFarland
1916 January 29
Notifies he has paid his bill.

Sutherland to Turner
1912 November 23
Appreciates letter of congratulations.

Turner, Allan to Sutherland
1917 August 14
Expresses his views on publications concerning deportation of Europeans employed in the United States. Requests his help in the matter.

Sutherland to Allen Turner
1917 August 15
Will give matter concerning publications careful consideration.

Sutherland to C.B. Turner
1912 May 23
Requests his political support in the Congressman- at-Large race.

Turner, George William to Sutherland
n.d.
Requests laws and regulations regarding the use of mail. [two copies]

Sutherland to George W. Turner
1917 November 1
Informs that he has taken up the matter with the Post Office Department.

[George W. Turner]
Sutherland to Ruskin McArdle
1917 November 1
Encloses letter written by Mr. Turner. Requests information be sent.

[George W. Turner]
Koons, J.C. to Sutherland
1917 November 10
Replies to his letter concerning postal laws.

Sutherland to George W. Turner
1917 November 12
Encloses letter received from J.C. Koons.

[Tugart Lodge]
Whetsell, George P. to Sutherland
1914 February 10
Encloses receipts for lodge dues and insurance.

Tyre, W.D. to Sutherland
n.d.
Thinks it is important to pass the Elkin's Charter. [telegram]

Tyre, W.D. to Sutherland
1918 January 17
On behalf of his chapter of Moose Lodge, requests his support of House Bill #7364.

Sutherland to W.D. Tyre
1918 January 23
Encloses copy of House Bill # 7364. Will give it close consideration.


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