Contains 12 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence – D, 1880-1902
Correspondents include: J.S. Darnell, Homer Davenport, C.C. Davison, [H.W. De Forest], Richard H. Derby, J. Dewing, John S. Deye, Charles S. Dole, H.T. Dollard, A.B. Donelson, G.D. Dooer, D.W. Dox, Samuel Dunham, E.C. Dunton, and C.N. Dyson.
Correspondence – Foxhall A. Daingerfield, Attorney, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 1885-1888
One letter includes printed pedigrees for “Joe Baird” and “Clay Pilot” as enclosures (June 26, 1885).
Correspondence – Frank H. Dunton, founder of the weekly, "Spirit of the Turf", Chicago, 1886-1890
Dunton solicits material from Huntington for his publication.
Correspondence – E, 1873-1902
Correspondents include: Walter G. Earl, Eastman Kodak Company, William Easton, Empire Furniture Company, and A.S. Estabrook.
Correspondence – F, 1879-1892
Correspondents include: A. Failor, G.S. Fanning, William B. Fasig, Lester B. Faulkner, D.C. Feely, W.J. Fletcher, H.V. Flickinger, B.W. Ford, Charles E. Ford, O.R. Ford, W.C. France, Horace B. Fry of The Union League Club, and P.H. Fry.
Correspondence – Family, 1881-1900
Letters are chiefly from Randolph Huntington’s children, Isabella, Nathaniel, and Allie, but also include cousins and other relatives, and sons-in-law, Willis Fred Gove and Frank N. Kondolf.
Correspondence – James W. Cox, Albany, New York, private secretary to Erastus Corning, 1884-1900
One letter includes a mention of the Corning farm (August 3 and 6, 1900).
Correspondence – Family, 1901-1904
Letters are chiefly from Randolph Huntington’s children, Isabella and Allie, and son-in-law, Frank N. Kondolf.
Correspondence – Francis P. Freeman, New York City, 1880-1886
Correspondence – G, 1880-1899
Correspondents include: A.B. Gauss, T.H. Geddy, Charles Goodwin, O.B. Gould, S. Edward Grant, Alex Gregory, and P. Grover.
Correspondence – Ha-Hi, 1885-1903
Correspondents include: George S. Hall, Henry J.S. Hall, C.A. Halsted, John S. Hamlin, P.A. Hargous, T.W. Harvey (with list of horses sold to him), S. Hayward, James H. Hazard, Thomas A. Hendrick, H.J. Hill, and Thomas M. Hilliard.
Correspondence – Ho-Hu, 1880-1904
Correspondents include: Edward G. Holden, George W. Holdridge, William E. Holworthy, A.O. Hooker, Hooker Nurseries, A.G. Hooley, David Hopkins, Wheeler Hoppough, Horace Hotchkiss, J.M. Hough, Colonel W.A. Houghton, L.T. Howland, W.G. Hughes, Dr. Rush Shippen Huidekoper, H.J. Drum Hunt, Archer M. Huntington, J.B. Huntington, and R.G.H. Huntington.