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  1. First Book of Adam and Eve by Rutherford Hayes, 1894-1975 Platt, 2010-08-25
  2. A history of Battery F, 323d field artillery by McDonald Howard Riggs -1896 Platt Rutherford Hayes 1894-1975, 1920-12-31

101. Mary Miller Hayes Photograph Collection At The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential
The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center's Manuscripts Division contains over 4500 linear feet of documentary material in six major collecting areas. She first married in October 1894 Samuel
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center Mary Miller Hayes Photograph Collection HAYES-PH-4 Introduction Biographical Sketch Scope and Content Inventory Introduction The Mary Miller Hayes Photograph Collection is a compilation of photographs preserved by Mrs. Hayes throughout her life. Additional images of Mary Miller Hayes appear in the Webb C. Hayes Photograph Collection (HAYES-PH-3) , the Admiral Webb C. Hayes II Photograph Collection (HAYES-PH-7) and Hayes Properties Photograph Collection (HAYES-PH-9). For further information about Mary Miller Hayes, see the Mary Miller Hayes Manuscript Collection (HAYES-5) Biographical Sketch Mary Miller Hayes, benefactress and daughter-in-law of President Rutherford B. Hayes, was born in Fremont, Ohio, on April 11, 1856, the oldest of Anson H. and Nancy (Otis) Miller’s three daughters. Her father was a cashier at Fremont’s first bank, which was founded by Rutherford B. Hayes’ uncle, Sardis Birchard, and Lucius B. Otis. The bank eventually became the First National Bank, for which Miller served as president from 1904 until his death the following year. Mary Miller graduated from Fremont High School and attended a finishing school in the East. She first married in October 1894 Samuel Brinkerhoff, a justice of the peace and first vice president of First National Bank until his death in 1906. Brinkerhoff speculated in land throughout the Midwest. He was also president of Pemiscott Land and Cooperage in Missouri, a company that manufactured barrel staves. On Sept. 30, 1912, Mary Miller Brinkerhoff married Webb Cook Hayes, the second son of Rutherford B. and Lucy (Webb) Hayes. With him, she made frequent trips to spots around the world, including Alaska and Cuba, where they revisited the battlefields at which he was wounded during the Spanish-American War. She worked with the Red Cross in France in 1918 and later was librarian and hostess for wounded soldiers at Aix-le-Bains, France.

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In 1894, Platt ran Morton for governor of New York, a race that he won handily. Platt later memorialized Morton as the safest Governor New York ever had. article articleid-547.html
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