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American Historical Manuscripts, 1765-1982

Inventory

Prepared for the Web by Dyani Scheuerman, June 17, 2003
11 document case, 3.5 cubic feet, 11th floor


Scope and Content

This collection contains miscellaneous historical manuscripts by Americans. Contents are arranged by date with some undated material at the end. The location given refers to the location in which the letters or documents were written or to where they were sent, not necessarily the home of the writers.


Box 1

Folder -- Contents

  1. June, 1765. Hancock, John. Lottery ticket. [document, signed] 1 p.
  2. 1775-1788. Indian treaties and correspondence relating to them. [typed transcript] 143 pp.
  3. September 11, 1776. Coffin, Abigail. Last will and testament. [autograph document, signed] 2 pp.
  4. December 1, 1781. Pomeroy, Ralph. Pay voucher, State of Connecticut to Pomeroy, signed by Fenn Wadsworth and William Moseley. [document, signed] 1 p.
  5. 1788-1803. Northwest Territory executive journal. [typed transcript] Part 1.
  6. 1788-1803. Northwest Territory executive journal. [typed transcript] Part 2.
  7. 1792-1794. O'Hara, James. Papers. [typed transcript] Part 1.

Box 2

Folder -- Contents

  1. 1792-1794. O'Hara, James. Papers. [typed transcript] Part 2.
  2. 1792-1794. O'Hara, James. Papers. [typed transcript] Part 3.
  3. 1792-1794. O'Hara, James. Papers. [typed transcript] Part 4.
  4. 1792-1794. O'Hara, James. Papers. [typed transcript] Part 5.
  5. 1792-1794. O'Hara, James. Papers. [typed transcript] Part 6.
  6. 1792-1794. O'Hara, James. Papers. [typed transcript] Part 7.

Box 3

Folder -- Contents

  1. August 14, 1795. Owings, Thomas. Lexington, [KY]. To John Cockey Owings. Discusses his trip around Kentucky looking for land to buy, mentions some mishaps of the trip. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  2. August 22, 1797. Knox, H[enry]. Montpelier. To Mrs. Knox. Personal letter telling his plans of leaving Montpelier for Boston, concern about wife and family. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  3. June 22, 1798. Van Pradelles, B. Spring Grove. To John Cockey Owings. Regrets that he hasn't sold any of his land, informs him of his son's illness. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  4. March 11, 1800. Harper, Rob[ert] G[oodloe]. Washington, DC. To Saml [Samuel] J. Donaldson and Geo[rge] Lennon? Accepts the honor they have conferred upon him. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  5. January 28, 1802. Chase, P[hilander]. Sermon first delivered at Poughkeepsie, March 14, 1802. [photocopy]
  6. May 18, 1803. Lincoln, B[enjamin]. Boston, [MA]. To Jedadiah Huntington. Concerning a sloop built in Norwich, Connecticut. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  7. 1805. Tax list for the town of Groton, Connecticut. [autograph document] 72 pp.
  8. June 26, 1807. Dane, N[athan]. Beverly, [MA]. To William N. Sumner. Boston, [MA]. Gives his opinion on a point of law, cites several cases. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  9. 1810-1817. Knox, John. Notebook. [autograph document]
  10. 1811-1813. National Intelligencer, Washington, DC. Extracts from the National Intelligencer, Nov. 5, 1811 - Dec. 8, 1813. [transcript] Part 1.
  11. 1811-1813. National Intelligencer, Washington, DC. Extracts from the National Intelligencer, Nov. 5, 1811 - Dec. 8, 1813. [transcript] Part 2.
  12. 1811-1813. National Intelligencer, Washington, DC. Extracts from the National Intelligencer, Nov. 5, 1811 - Dec. 8, 1813. [transcript] Part 3.
  13. 1811-1813. National Intelligencer, Washington, DC. Extracts from the National Intelligencer, Nov. 5, 1811 - Dec. 8, 1813. [transcript] Part 4.
  14. 1812. Lucas, Robert. Journal of the War of 1812 during the campaign under General William Hull. [transcript] 89 pp.

Box 4

Folder -- Contents

  1. 1814. Wickham, George Duncan. Legal case book. Brief description of law suits, many involving Wickham, in New York State, dated from 1803-1814. [autograph document] 60 pp.
  2. January 16, 1815. Chalonez, W[illiam]. Philadelphia, [PA]. To Mary. Regrets that the mail is slow, discusses the possibility of the British attacking New Orleans. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  3. July 8, 1815. Marshall, Humphrey [Senator]. [Leestown, KY]. To Lucas [Conrad] Elmendorff [Congressman]. Concerning a defective title on his land. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  4. 1815. Diary kept by Sally Dimon of Fairfield, CT. June 28, 1807 - April 20, 1815. [autograph document, signed] 59 pp.
  5. 1818. Journal kept by an unknown person in Bridgewater, CT. January 1 - May 4. [autograph document] 9 pp.
  6. May 17, 1826. Wright, J[ohn] C[rafts]. [Washington, DC]. To Gales & Seaton [Washington, DC]. Objects to the report of his reply to Daniel Webster on the Judiciary Bill. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  7. May 1, 1827. Import record. Certificate of payment of duties at Boston. [signed document] 1 p. [oversize folder]
  8. May 28, 1828. Wright, J[ohn] C[rafts]. [Washington, DC]. To Gales & Seaton. [Washington, DC]. Asks that a report of his remarks on the Ohio canal bill be corrected. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  9. July, 1833. Bill of sale, Potawatomie Nation to W.M. Connor. [autograph document] 1 p.
  10. 1834. Bangs, Mary E. Diary. Account of life in New York City and Middletown, CT. March 24, 1833 - November 1834. [autograph document, signed] 32 pp.
  11. 1835. Woodruff, G.H. Land book of Woodruff and T. Bukman, Oswego, NY. [autograph document] 23 pp.
  12. 1836. Moorhead, Henry C. Military class notes (West Point) on fortification, composition of armies, and artillery. Contains 10 hand drawn diagrams. [autograph document, signed] 184 pp.

Box 5

Folder -- Contents

  1. March 16, 1837. Adams, J[asper]. Charleston, SC. To Joseph E. Cambridge, Mass. Has received some books, makes arrangements for printing and publication of some material. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  2. 1837-1878. Foote, Caleb. Twelve letters and three invitations.
  3. December 28, 1838. Hall, James. To Charles Cist. Sets committee meeting date. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  4. September 16, 1841. Hall, James. Cincinnati, Ohio. To Rianhard. Urbana, Ohio. Records a deposit in Cincinnati bank. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  5. June 9, 1843. Webster, Daniel. Boston, [MA]. To [?]. Agrees to help secure a position. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  6. September 2, 1844. Adams, J[ohn] Q[uincy]. Quincy, [MA]. To George H. Child. Tells how he sailed from Marblehead, MA to Bordeaux, France with his father in 1778. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  7. 1843-1845. Survey book. Allegany, Broome, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Chenango, Clinton, Cortland, Delaware, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Greene, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Niagara, Onandaga, Oneida, Orange, Oswego, Otsego, Sullivan, and Ulster counties, New York.
  8. December 23, 1846. Quincy, Josiah, D.C. Clark, and John H. Gray. Boston, [MA]. To Samuel Gregory. Requesting his aid in relation to a petition signed by Caleb Johnson and others for marker buoys off Nahant. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  9. February 6, 1851. Lippard, George. Answers questions about the Brotherhood of the Union and provides application form. Addressed to O.L. Drake, Freedom, Ohio. [printed document, signed] 2 pp.
  10. May 27, 1853. Pendleton, N[athaniel] G[reene]. Cincinnati, [OH]. To Rev. [Clement Moore] Butler. Letter of introduction for Pendleton's son-in-law, a student of theology at Gambier. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  11. October 20, 1853. Wilson, Julius. Gibbsville, Wis. To Miss Tamson Roberts. Whitestown, NY. Describes farm life, family news. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  12. April 18, 1855. Dickinson, D[aniel] S[tevens]. Binghamton. To [?]. A letter of introduction to Edward Hoagland, who wishes to publish a paper. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  13. July 12, 1855. Campbell, James. Document appointing James Monroe postmaster at Iverson, Louisiana. [signed document] 1 p.
  14. 1855. Troy and Greenfield Railroad. Account book. Record of work done on the railroad by four contractors, August - November 1855. [autograph document] 5 pp.
  15. January 31, 1856. Gavit, D.E. New York. To Henry A[lexander] Wise. Asks him for a biographical sketch to present with his portrait in the United States magazine because of his candidacy for President of the United States. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  16. October 7, 1856. Raymond, H[enry] J[arvis]. New York. To H.S. Randall. Gives him the Governor's forwarding address. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  17. 1857. C[hurch?], M.T. Diary. Covers the period from February 6 to November 13. [autograph document, signed] 76 pp.
  18. October 9, 1858. Leavitt, Humphrey Howe. Cincinatti, [OH]. To Charles Lanman. Autobiographical sketch for Lanman's Dictionary of the United States Congress. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  19. October 9, 1858. [Russell, Addison Peale]. Columbus, Ohio. To Charles Lanman. Washington, DC. Provides a list of Ohio governors. [autograph letter] 3 pp.
  20. October 18, 1858. Johnson, John. Coshocton, Ohio. To Charles Lanman. Autobiographical sketch for Lanman's Dictionary of the United States Congress. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  21. December 15, 1858. Ohio and Mississippi Rail Road Company (Eastern Division). Agreement between subscribers and trustees of the company. 4 pp.
  22. February 8, 1859. Whittlesey, Elisha. Canfield, Ohio. To Charles Lanman. Georgetown, DC. Offers to write a biographical sketch of Eben Newton for Lanman's Dictionary of the United States Congress. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  23. April 27, 1859. Whittlesey, Elisha. Biographial sketch of Eben Newton. [autograph document] Accompanied by letter from Whittlesey. Canfield, Ohio. To Charles Lanman. Georgetown, District of Columbia. April 27, 1859. Enclosing the biographical sketch of Newton, discusses his intent to purchase Lanman's book. [autograph document, signed] 1 p.
  24. October 10, 1859. Tyson, John S[hoemaker]. Washington, DC. To C.F. Mayer. Wants a case expedited, discusses a compromise plan. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  25. December 19, 1859. Edgerton, Sidney. Washington, [DC]. To Charles Lanman. Provides autobiography for Lanman's Dictionary of the United States Congress. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  26. December 26, 1859. Helmick, [William]. Washington, [DC]. Provides autobiography for Lanman's Dictionary of the United States Congress. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  27. December 31, 1859. Hutchings, John. Washington, [DC]. To Charles Lanman. Provides autobiography for Lanman's Dictionary of the United States Congress. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  28. July 27, 1860. Heagan, R.K. To Mary E. Carrick.
  29. November 22, 1860. Evarts, [William Maxwell]. New York, NY. To [?]. Accepts an invitation. [autograph letter] 2 pp.
  30. November, 1860. Phillips, Wendell. To [?]. An excerpt form a poem by Ralph Waldo Emerson. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  31. 1860-1892. Jones, Sarah Ann Summerton. Autograph book. Contains poems and dedications to Sarah by friends and relatives. [autograph document, signed] 94 pp.
  32. October 30, 1861. Welles, Gideon. To Samuel B. Gregory. Appointing him as an acting master in the U.S. Navy, on temporary service. [autograph document, signed] 1 p.
  33. December 14, 1861. Sumner, Charles. [Washington, DC] To Geo[rge] H. Child. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  34. December 18, 1861. Jones, Wm. Henry. Canaan, Ohio. To Mother. Discusses family members, lists subjects he has in school, advises his brother to study. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  35. January 29, 1862. Gallaway, Daniel. Camp Wickliffe. To W.H. Jones. Tells Jones he likes the war, wishes Jones were with him, explains where he is and where he is headed, lists the names of those in his tent. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  36. September 28, 1862. Cesnola, L[ouis] P[alma] di. Washington, [DC]. To [?]. Authorizes Augustus A. McCollom to recruit a group of men for the 4th New York Cavalry, and appointing him 1st lieutenant if he meetes his quota. Cesnola's calling card is attached. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  37. November 5, 1862. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Camp near Corrington. To Mother. Describes the three hundred men who defected from the South and joined the Union army, expresses love for his wife and wishes his mother would love and accept her as a daughter.
  38. December 10, 1862. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Camp Olive near Memphis. To Wife. Relates his recent bouts of sickness which caused him to miss guard duty, can't keep food down, received medicine from the doctor. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  39. 1862-1864. Christiancy, H.C. Civil War diary of a Lieutenant. [transcribed and typed copy] [shelved with oversized items]
  40. 1862-1864. Jones, William Henry. Diary. Details his activities from his enlistment on August 26, 1862 through December, 1864. Describes the weather and the movements of his regiment, lists names and addresses of friends and relatives. [autograph document, signed] 72 pp.
  41. 1862. Nugen, R[obert] H[unter]. To [Charles Lanman]. Autobiographical sketch for Lanman's Dictionary of the United States Congress. Accompanied by several clippings. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  42. 1862. Stem, Leander. Stand by the Colors: the Civil War Letters of Leander Stem. Accompanied by photocopies of the lettesr in the Rutherford B. Hayes Library, Fremont, Ohio, and notes and transcriptions made by John T. Hubbell. [typed document and photocopies] Part 1.
  43. 1862. Stem, Leander. Stand by the Colors: the Civil War Letters of Leander Stem. Accompanied by photocopies of the lettesr in the Rutherford B. Hayes Library, Fremont, Ohio, and notes and transcriptions made by John T. Hubbell. [typed document and photocopies] Part 2.
  44. 1862. Stem, Leander. Stand by the Colors: the Civil War Letters of Leander Stem. Accompanied by photocopies of the lettesr in the Rutherford B. Hayes Library, Fremont, Ohio, and notes and transcriptions made by John T. Hubbell. [typed document and photocopies] Part 3.

Box 6

Folder -- Contents

  1. 1862-1864. Graham, William. Daily journal of Graham, Do. A, 2nd Va. Regt., U.S.A. October 3, 1862 - June 15, 1864. [autograph document, signed]
  2. January 14, 1863. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Arkansas Post. To Mother. Describes the attack on a rebel fort and the taking of 7,000 prisoners, as well as horses, wagons, food, etc. Takes Confederate writing paper from the fort for his own use. Written on a Confederate account sheet. At the end of the letter is a note to his brother on a Confederate States army pass. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  3. January 24, 1863. Jones, Wm [William] Henry. Army of the Mississippi. To Treasurer of Wayne Co., OH.
  4. February 23, 1863. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Camp Youngs Point, LA. To Wife. Discusses his cooking chores for officers, mentions the extra pay he receives for cooking, lists the names of soldiers and their illnesses. Accompanied by recipe from his family physician. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  5. March 28, 1863. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Camp McClernard, Millikens Bend, LA. To Mother. Discusses the food raions served to the regiment, lists the prices he must pay for tobacco, butter, etc. At the end of the letter is a note to his brother asking him to write often. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  6. April 2, 1863. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Camp McClernard, Millikens Bend, LA. To Mother. Reports that he is still too weak to carry his knapsack, guesses that the report that the rebels are leaving Vicksburg is not true. Also includes a note to his brother, asking him to tell grandmother to get a meal ready for him soon. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  7. May 13, 1863. B[eauregard, Pierre]. G[ustave] T[ourant de]. Answers to questions concerning the fall of New Orleans. [autograph document, signed] 4 pp.
  8. May 25, 1863. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Black River, MS. To Mother and brother. Describes the battle for Vicksburg, discusses his feelings when bullets whizzed by him as thick as drops of rain, surmises that when Vicksburg falls, so will the rebellion, claims that the rebels are completely surrounded. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  9. June 27, 1863. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Camp near Black River, MS. To Mother and brother. Complains about the mail service, describes the long march from Raymond to Vicksburg, mentions a negro regiment, expects an attack by rebel Johnson. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  10. July 2, 1863. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Camp near Black River, MS. To Mother and brother. Complains about the flies and mosquitos, describes the fortifications of the camp. Includes diagram of the camp. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  11. July 28, 1863. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Vicksburg. To Mother and brother. Describes their pursuit of Johnston's army, discusses the effects of the hot sun, mentions the furlough system.
  12. August 18, 1863. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Port Hudson, LA. To Mother and brother. Relates his recent sickness, complains that he hasn't received a letter from home lately, mentions that they have left Vicksburg and will move down the river. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  13. September 28, 1863. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Camp near Brashear City. To Wife. Complains about the lack of good water, describes the composition of the brigade, laments that out of 102 men who came from Ohio, only 20 are left. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  14. October 8, 1863. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. "Camp a thousand miles from no where." To Mother. Discusses his recent illness, complains about the long marches, hopes to come home by winter or next spring. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  15. November 25, 1863. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Plaquemine, Louisiana. To Mother. Expects to stay there all winter, describes the tents they use, complains about the high cost of food, expresses distaste for the rations he is served. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  16. December 10, 1863. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Plaquemine, LA. To Mother. Discusses the rings he made for his mother and brother. One ring is included. [autograph letter, signed] 5 pp.
  17. 1863-1865. Jones, William Henry. Assorted artifacts, including a book box he may have made on the front, containing Confederate and State Bank of Ohio currency, two pens, a lighter, arrowheads, assorted pay office documents, and a Christian Commission tract.
  18. January 8, 1864. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Plaquemine, LA. To Mother. Explains the colonel's attempt to get his regiment into the veteran service, thinks he will not re-enlist. Accompanied by a sketch of the wooden house the troops built and lived in. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  19. February 13, 1864. Bliss, Geo[rge]. Washington, [DC]. To Charles Lanman. Provides autobiography for Lanman's Dictionary of the United States Congress. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  20. February 15, 1864. Hutchins, W[ells] A[ndrews]. [Washington, DC] To Charles Lamson. Provides autobiography for Lanman's Dictionary of the United States Congress. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  21. May 13, 1864. Carrick, E.L. Bellair[e], Ohio. To Sister [Mary Ella Carrick]. Details trip from Cadiz to Bellair[e], attached to 74th Battalion of Belmont County, is unaware of his destination or that of Jefferson County's soldiers, writes from top of a drum. [autograph letter, signed] 3pp.
  22. June 1, 1864. Oglivee, William H. Washington, DC. To [Mary Ella] Carrick. Reminisces about the day they met, expresses his wish to correspond with her, identifies Oglivee as a lietuenant in 170th O.N.G. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  23. June 4, 1864. Carrick, E.L. Fort Simmons near Washington, DC. To Sister [Mary Ella Carrick]. Tells of outbreak of diarrhea, describes diet of soldiers, does not think highly of the doctor there, complains that food prices are high and the water is not good, how they observe the Sabbath. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  24. June 14, 1864. C[arrick], E.L. Ft. Sumner, MD. To Sister [Mary Ella Carrick]. Responds to news from home, tells of guard duty and assignments of companies to Ft. Simmons, Ft. Gaines, and Battery, VT, also a company of 1st Main stationed at Ft. Sumner, mentions items of clothing he would like. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  25. June 16, 1864. [Kerr], Sam C. Washington College. To Kind Friend [Mary Ella Carrick]. Reminisces about country life, comforts Mary about the absence of her brother, writes positively of his living quarters and the music in town but thinks that many townspeople have fallen into sin, reports on church and seminary matters, comments on the war, mentions he was elected president of a society he belongs to, stresses how important it has been to him to have supportive friends, mentions draftees who pay to get out of military duty. [autograph letter, signed] 12 pp.
  26. June 17, 1864. Oglivee, W[illiam] H. Fort Sumner, [MD]. To Mary E[lla Carrick]. Tells of outbreak of measels, reports that his regiment backs Lincoln in the next presidential election. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  27. June 28, 1864. Carrick, E.L. Fort Sumner. To Sister [Mary Ella Carrick]. Reports rumors of Col. Saunders' resignation, tells of false alarm of rebel troops across the river 18 miles away. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  28. June 29, 1864. Courtright, William, Jr. Fort Delaware. To Respected Friend [Mary Ella Carrick]. Describes location and structure of fort, tells of arrivals of prisoners, reports transfer of officers to Charleston, SC to be used in construction of a fort there, describes punishments for disobeying orders, reports sickness and death of prisoners. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  29. July 1, 1864. Carrick, E.L. Fort Sumner. To Sister [Mary Ella Carrick]. Reports on where the companies of his regiment are stationed, asks for news from home. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  30. July 2, 1864. Andrews, S. Monroe, Ohio. To Cousin [Mary Ella Carrick]. Reports on his brothers' involvement in the war, tells of his marriage. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  31. July 4, 1864. Carrick, E.L. Fort Sumner. To Sister [Mary Ella Carrick] Tells of movement plans, unsure where they will go, a postscript tells of orders to march to Washington. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  32. July 13, 1864. Carrick, E.L. Frederick Valley, [MD]. To Sister [Mary Ella Carrick]. Tells of march from Ft. Sumner, promises to write the particulars of this campaign. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  33. July 28, 1864. Carrick, E.L. Pleasant Valley, [MD]. To Sister [Mary E. Carrick]. Reports on fighting action in Maryland and Virginia near Snicker's Gap, Winchester, Bunker's Hill, Martinsburg, Williamsport, Boonsborough, Harper's Ferry, expects to go home soon. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  34. August 7, 1864. Carrick, E.L. Pleasant Valley, [MD]. To Sister [Mary Ella Carrick]. Speaks of illness and discouragement with the progress of the war, advises others not to volunteer. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  35. August 14, 1864. Carrick, E.L. Near Sandy Hook, MD. To Sister [Mary Ella Carrick]. Reports on his journey to the Convalescent Camp and his stay there, hopes to be mustered out soon. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  36. September 14, 1864. Carrick, Mrs. E. Arlington. To M[ary] E[lla] Carrick. Tells of dysentery epidemic, relates farm commodity prices, reports loss of sorgum crop to insects, discusses farm life and exchanges greetings to family members. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  37. September 24, 1864. Kerr, Sam C. Allegheny, PA. To [Mary] Ella Carrick. Reports on his arrival at Western Theological Seminary, describes town life in Pittsburgh, gives his schedule of classes and comments on the war. [autograph letter, signed] 12 pp.
  38. November 4, 1864. K[err], S[am] C. Allegheny, PA. To M[ary] E[lla] Carrick. Thanks her for her photographs, eulogizes on death of a child, Anna, reports on social events in the Pittsburgh area including a torchlight parade (probably pre-election) in which over 6,000 participated, tells of his visits to Pittsburgh. [autograph letter, signed] 6 pp.
  39. December 24, 1864. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Morganzia, LA. To Mother. Lists the chain of command of the officers, declines an offer to carry the colors of the regiment, discusses his finances, mentions the capture of Savannah by Sherman, announces the consolidation with the 114th of Ohio. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  40. December 29, 1864. Kerr, S[am] C. New Galilee, PA. To M[ary] E[lla] C[arrick]. Reminisces about events of the year, tells of his trip from Allegheny to New Galilee where he is spending the Christmas holidays with cousins, asks her to get subscriber to Dr. McKinney's magazine, sends New Year's greeting. [autograph letter, signed] 8 pp.
  41. February 12, 1865. [Kerr], Sam C. Allegheny, PA. To M[ary] E[lla] Carrick. Tells about sleighing, reports on a party he attended, relates news of a friend's death. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  42. March 10, 1865. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Camp Andrews, Barranca, Fla. To Mother and brother. Reports that they received orders to prepare to move at any moment, wishes the campaign were over, describes the weather. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  43. March 19, 1865. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Pensacola, Fla. To Mother. Describes tearing down a house to make camp, lists the items he carries in his backpack, praises General Andrews. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  44. March 22 - April 4, 1865. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Camp on the field, Florida. To Wife. Discusses pulling wagons out of the mud, relates the story that the man who made the north didn't make the south. Last part of letter written near Blakely, Alabama. Describes a recent march as written in his diary. Note by wife in margin to Jones' mother. Mentions the sad news about President Lincoln. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  45. April 10, 1865. Lee, Robert E[dward]. General Order No. 9, Army of Virginia. [photocopy]
  46. April 11, 1865. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Camp near Blakely, Alabama. To Mother. Describes the capture of Blakely, discusses the plundering of the town, resolves not to drink alcohol any more. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  47. [April, 1865?] Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. [near Mobile, AL]. To [Wife]. Describes his activities from late March to early April, discusses the attack on Mobile. First part of the letter is missing. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  48. April, [1865?] Courtright, W[illiam]. Near Rossville, GA. To Mary E[lla Carrick]. Discusses meals, probable next location, sightseeing from Lookout Mountain, responds to news from home. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  49. [April] 30 - May 2, 1865. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Selma, Fla. To Wife. Discusses his recent travels and exploits, discusses the burning of the city by Wilson's cavalry, relates sad feelings about Lincoln's death. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  50. June 20, 1865. Andrews, C[hristopher] C[olumbus]. General Order No. 25. Address from the Division Commander. Informs the officers and soldiers of the second division that they will be retained as peacekeepers. [autograph document, signed] 2 pp.
  51. July 16, 1865. Jones, Wm. H[enry]. Houston, Texas. To mother and brother. Discusses the large number of troops stationed in Texas, describes the animosity between the soldiers and the officers, wants to return home. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  52. January - November, 1865. Jones, W[illiam] H[enry]. Diary. Describes his activities as a soldier from January 1, 1865 to his journey home to Ohio after the war in November, 1865. [autograph document, signed] 424 pp.
  53. 1865 - 1893. Roberts, William Charles. Papers relating for the most part to Ulysses S. Grant. Among the correspondents are Benjamin Harrison, Henry VanDyke, printed programs, invitations, etc., relating to Grant, autograph of Mrs. Grant.
  54. [1865?] [?]. To [Mary Ella Carrick]. Printed Valentine. 2 pp.

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  1. October 26, 1866. Lyons, Lyde. Carrollton, OH. To [Mary] Ell[a] [Carrick]. Reports of her trip home via Cadiz, tells about the fair and a friend's wedding plans to go to Hopedale in winter, expresses wish for her to visit. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  2. July 29, 1868. Dix, John A[dams]. Autograph. [autograph document, signed] 1 p.
  3. August 25, 1868. Finotti, Joseph M[aria]. Brookline, Mass. To Frank Moore. Describes a ceremony honoring soldiers buried in Hollywood Cemetery in Brookline. Accompanied by an engraving of the Chapel of Holyhood, and a document outlining plans for the ceremony drawn up by citizens of Brookline. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  4. November 28, 1868. Beaver, John F. Newton Falls, Ohio. To [Charles Lanman]. Provides a biographical sketch of Joel Funk Asper for Lanman's Dictionary of the United States Congress.
  5. October 28, 1869. Pendleton, Geo[rge] H[unt]. Cincinnati, [OH]. To Sue. Agrees to sponsor his niece's child by proxy, speaks of his mother's recovery, his loneliness, his progress with the use of crutches, and his adjustment to lameness. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  6. 1870-1877. Nisbet, William D. United Train Artillery, Providence, Rhode Island.
  7. November 16, 1872. Brooks, James. New York. To [?]. Introduces M. Slattery, a soldier. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  8. 1873. Clark, M.L. "My Journal," kept while in Europe from May 28, 1873 to October 24, 1873. [autograph document, signed] 219 pp.
  9. October 26, 1875. Prince, L. B[radford]. Flushing, [NY]. To [?]. Concerning the senatorial campaign in which he is involved and the major issues as he views them, mentions slander campaign used by the opposition, requests help in eliminating this. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  10. November 23, 1875. Connor, Selden. Augusta, [ME]. To [?]. Asks for retention of deputy J.L. Stoddard after revenue districts merge. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  11. 1876-1877. Blake, William J. Commonplace Book. Contains clippings of articles, some of which may be by Blake. [autograph document, signed] 113 pp.
  12. May 6, 1877. Bartlett, John R[ussell]. Providence, [RI]. To G.M. Curtis. Concerning Bartlett's Dictionary of Americanism. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  13. October 30, 1878. Bartlett, John R[ussell]. Providence, [RI]. To Henry Storm. Concerning some clippings about the Civil War. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  14. April 29, 1882. Guiteau, Charles [Julius]. Autograph. [autograph document, signed] 1 p.
  15. February 8, 1883. Kalakaua, David. Honolulu, [HI]. To J.S. Walker. Regrets that Lieutenant Baker will be away for two weeks. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  16. January 18, 1886. Schuyler, Eugene. To Mr. [J.C. Bancroft] Davis. Thanks him for his suggestions, discusses charges. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  17. March 16, 1886. Schuyler, Eugene. Alassio, Italy. To Mr. [J.C. Bancroft] Davis. Asked his publisher to send him a copy of American Diplomacy and the Furtherance of Commerce, ascribes its errors to haste with which it was written and printed, writes about circumstances at Gibralter. [autograph letter, signed] 4 pp.
  18. December 15, 1886. Curtis, Geo[rge] Ticknor. Washington, DC. To G.B. S[?]. Schenectady, NY. States that the publishing firm of Cupples, Upham, and Co. need the friends of Gen McClellan to subscribe for one or more copies. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  19. December 31, 1886. Preole, Chas [Charles] A. Philadelphia, [PA]. To Samuel J[ackson] Randall. Washington, DC. Asks him to check on a pension claim. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  20. May 18, 1887. Gilder, R[ichard] W[atson]. New York. To Mr. Wilson. States that the notices can be seen at any time.
  21. December 12, 1887. Edmunds, Geo[rge] F[ranklin]. Washington, DC. To Richard C. Morse. New York, NY. Sends the letter asked for. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  22. November 24, 1888. Cleveland, Frances F[olsom]. Washington, [DC]. To P.R. Goodrich. Iowa City, Iowa. Thanks him for contributing to the building fund of Mills College, appreciates his interest. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  23. April 30, 1889. Banquet at the Metropolitan Opera House given in honor of the centennial of the inauguration of George Washington as President of the United States. Program signed by the speakers: John Quincy Adams, George Bancroft, James B. Blaine, Grover Cleveland, George William Curtis, John W. Daniel, Henry Drisler, Charles W. Eliot, William M. Evarts, Melville W. Fuller, Hannibal Hamlin, Benjamin Harrison, Rutherford B. Hayes, William Wirt Henry, David B. Hill, Oliver Wendell Holmes, John Jay, Fitzhugh Lee, Robert Todd Lincoln, James Russell Lowell, William Henry Harrison Miller, Henry C. Potter, William Tecumseh Sherman, Richard Henry Stoddard, and Robert C. Winthrop. [printed document, signed]
  24. December 15, 1891. Wilson, James Grant. New York City. To Mr. [Thomas Powell] Fowler. Informs him of committee meeting. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  25. December 29, 1891. Hall, A[lexander] Wilford. New York. To Luther R. Marsh. Accepts an invitation to discuss a proposal by Marsh. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  26. January 11, 1892. Cleveland, Grover. Lakewood, NJ. To [?]. Regrets that he won't be able to accept an invitation. [autograph letter] 1 p.

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  1. August 29, 1892. Curtis, Wililam E[leroy]. Washington, [DC]. To Kate Adams Heath. Buffalo, NY. Gives his opinion as to best life of Christopher Columbus - Washington Irving's Life. [typed letter, signed] 2 pp.
  2. December 23, 1892. Wilson, James H[arrison]. Stockford, Wilmington, Del. To Eli Murray. Introduces his friends Joseph Stickney and his wife who are visiting San Diego and commends them to the governor for kindest consideration. [atuograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  3. February 14, 1893. Williams, G[eorge] G[ilbert]. New York, NY. To Monroe. Unable to attend a dinner. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  4. November 12, 1893. Garrison, Frank. Rockledge. To Mr. Ames. Thanks him for performing the funeral service for his friend Mrs. Balck. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  5. July 24, 1894. Smith, John B[utler]. Concord, NH. To Austin. Sends his autograph. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  6. December 22, 1894. Garrison, Wm [William] Lloyd. Boston, [MA]. To John Willis Baer. Boston, [MA]. Asks for a contribution to the American relief committee. [typed letter, signed]. 1 p.
  7. February 6, 1895. Taylor, Hannis. Madrid, Spain. To Bryce. Sends him an article on Parliamentary Government. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  8. March 4, 1896. Johnson, Ellen C[heney]. To Abbott. Will speak to his club on prison management. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  9. April 25, 1896. McKinley, William. Canton, Ohio. To James H. Stone. Detroit, Michigan. Thanks him for the resolutions. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  10. February 24, 1897. Hanna, M[arcus] A[lonzo]. Cleveland, Ohio. To James H. Stone. Detroit, Michigan. Thanks him for the congratulatory message upon his appointment to the U.S. Senate. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  11. September 22, 1897. [Philip], Jack [John W.]. Boston, [MA]. To Will. Sends ship's "ribbons." [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  12. January 14, 1898. McKinley, William. Document appointing James H. Stone Appraiser of Merchandise in the Disctrict of Detroit, Michigan. [document, signed] 1 p. [oversize folder]
  13. April 23, 1898. Blake, Lillie Dereux. To American Associated Press. Offers her sketches on "Memories of the Civil War" to the syndicate. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  14. April 28, 1898. Corbin, H[enry] C[larke]. Washington, [DC]. To L[oomis] L[yman]. Langdon, Brooklyn, New York. Tells of inability to assign retired officers to active duty. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  15. May 9, 1898. Rudd, Malcolm Day. Lakeville, Connecticut. To Benjamin W. Austin. Sends an autograph of Thomas Day, mentions Mrs. Sarah Day Holley. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  16. September 3, 1898. Clough, David Marston. St. Paul, Minnesota. To Matt L. Berry. [St. Paul, MN]. Returns tickets since he is unable to attend performance. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  17. 1898. Vanderlip, Frank Arthur. Circulars, circular letters, forms, etc. used in connection with the 3o/o bond issue of 1898. 179 pp. [shelved with oversized items]
  18. June 28, 1900. Reed, T[homas] B[rackett]. New York, NY. To David A. Munro. New York, NY. Unable to do an article. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  19. April 9, 1901. Dwight, Timothy. New Haven, [CT]. To Miss Ripley. Sends photographs of members of his family. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  20. January 15, 1902. Taylor, Hannis. Mobile, Ala. To [David A.] Munro. Would be able to do an article on international arbitration. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  21. February 15, 1902. Washington, Booker T[aliaferro]. Tuskegee, Ala. To Roger E. Tileston. Boston, Mass. Solicits aid for Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  22. June 2, 1902. Ashley, O[ssian] D[oolittle]. New York City. To Mr. [T.P.] Fowler. New York City. Sends him a copy of Railways and Their Employees, dicusses strikes and socialism. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  23. June 30, 1902. Ravenel, W[illiam] de C[hastignier]. Washington, DC. To William B[rimage] Bate. Washington, DC. Work on Prehistoric art has been sent as requested. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  24. October 10, 1902. Taylor, Hannis. Mobile, Ala. To Lloyd Bryce. New York, NY. Willing to condense his article on "Freedom of the Press in the U.S." [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  25. 1902. Wilson, Howard. Diary detailing his career in the U.S. Navy, 1892-1902. 131pp.
  26. February 25, 1903. Howell, Clark. Atlanta, GA. To H.M. Watts. Philadelphia, PA. Sends a photograph of Senator James H. Tillman of South Carolina. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  27. October 26, 1904. Brady, Cyrus Townsend. Brooklyn, NY. To Alton R. Parker. Esopus, NY. Sends him a copy of his book, Washington and Lincoln. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  28. November 14, 1904. Farman, E[lbert] E[li]. Warsaw, NY. To A.J. Clearwater. Kingston, NY. Outlines reasons for writing Along the Nile with General Grant, describes material for another book on Egypt. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  29. January 21, 1909. Jones, C[harles] J[esse]. Boston, [MA]. To Dr. [G. Lenox] Curtis. Mentions engagements and hopes to visit the Club soon. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  30. January 27, 1909. Jones, C[harles] J[esse]. Boston, [MA]. To Dr. [G. Lenox] Curtis. Arranges to give a lecture. Accompanied by a Western Union telegram.
  31. January 29, 1909. Jones, C[harles] J[esse]. Boston, [MA]. To Dr. [G. Lenox] Curtis. Makes arrangements to give a lecture, showing slides and motion pictures, at the Canadian Club. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  32. February 1, 1909. Jones, C[harles] J[esse]. Boston, [MA]. To Dr. [G. Lenox] Curtis. Sends a clipping and mentions that he sent "the thief" to jail for four months. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  33. June 1909. Keep, A[ustin] B[axter]. The Library of Trinity Parish, [NY]. Articles, 1698-1776. 48 pp.
  34. May 16, 1910. Keats, John H[enry Jr.]. Maysville, MO. To [Jahu] DeWitt Miller. Philadelphia, PA. Gives information about family deaths and burial places. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.
  35. 1910. Platt, Orville Hitchcock. Scrapbook, containing reviews of Louis A. Coolidge's biography of Platt, along with letters, (originals and copies) about the book. Among the correspondents are Joseph G. Cannon, G.B. Cortelyou, Charles W. Fairbanks, Belle da Costa Greene, Robert U. Johnson, H.C. Lodge, and L.M. Shaw. 108 pp.
  36. March 15, 1911. Jones, C[harles] J[esse]. New York, [NY]. To Dr. [G. Lenox] Curtis. Received his letter, deeply appreciates the medal and vows to continue his work with the conservation of animal life. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  37. February 3, 1912. Fiala, Anthony. New York, NY. To Curtis. Does not think he is eligible for the Canadian Club not having camped in Canada. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  38. May 29, 1912. Hosford, Hester [Eloise]. West Orange, NJ. To Alton B[rooks] Parker. Esopus, NY. Sends copy of her bool on Woodrow Wilson. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  39. May 31, 1912. Peary, [Robert Edwin]. South Harpswell, Maine. To Dr. Thomas R. Savage. Encloses his autograph for Mrs. Savage and mentions that the Duke of the Abruzzi would probably be willing to send his autograph. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  40. February 21, 1913. Allaben, Frank. Genealogical Company, New York, NY. To Timothy G. Parsons. Kent, Ohio. Parsons family genealogy will be sent in a few days. [typed letter] 1 p.
  41. December 23, 1914. Murdock, Harold. Boston, [MA]. To Henry R[aymond] Howland. Buffalo, NY. Discusses problems in tracing the histories of British officers in the American Revolution. [typed letter, signed] 2 pp.
  42. 1917-1923. Schaper, William August. Porceeding of the Board of Regents of the University of Minnesota in the Case of William A. Schaper, March 5, 1923. Accompanied by correspondence of Schaper. [copies]
  43. April 18, 1918. Roosevelt, Theodore. New York, NY. To W. de Kerlor. New York, NY. Thanks him for word of the death of Professor Boirac. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  44. August 24, 1918. Delabarre, E[dmund] B[urke]. Taunton, Mass. To Alexander B. Crane. New York. Sends articles on Dighton Rock, discusses local history. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  45. May 2, 1919. Debs, Theodore. Terre Haute, Indiana. To Frank Harris. New York, NY. Says that Eugene cannot write freely from prison. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  46. February 18, 1921. Cole, C[ornelius]. Los Angeles, Calif. To Cousin Ida. Asks about family names, talks of his early life in New York, describes his practice of law in California. [autograph letter, signed] 3 pp.

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  1. June 17, 1924. Fish, Hamilton, Jr. Washington, DC. To [?]. Discusses current primary election, defends his voting record in Congress. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  2. October 15, 1924. Debs, E[ugene] V[ictor]. Terre Haute, Indiana. To Miss Lichtenwalter. Thanks her for sending him one of her poems, comments on music. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  3. October 15, 1924. Debs, E[ugene] V[ictor]. Terre Haute, Indiana. To Miss Lichtenwalter. Thanks her for sending him one of her poems, comments on the current political campaign. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  4. September 3, 1925. Rickenbacker, Eddie [Edward Vernon]. Autograph. Enclosed in a letter from Rickenbacker's secretary to Donald Hartman, Portland, OR. [autograph document, signed] 1 p.
  5. February 9, 1926. Coolidge, Calvin. Appointment of Myles Weaver, Postmaster, Clementon, NJ. Also signed by Harry S. New, Postmaster General. [document, signed] 1 p. [shelved with oversized items]
  6. April 2, 1926. Gamble, Robert Jackson. Biography prepared for the Biographical Directory of the American Congress, accompanied by form letter and questionnaire. [typed document] 1 p.
  7. December 15, 1926. Gamble, Robert Jackson. Biography prepared for the Biographical Directory of the American Congress, accompanied by form letter and questionnaire. [typed document] 1 p.
  8. January 31, 1928. Bruce, Wm. [William] Cabell. Washington, DC. To Mrs. [Frank B.] Noyes. Sends a copy of his Selections From the Speeches .... [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  9. July 21, 1928. Norwood, J.W. Greenville, S. Carolina. To R.E. Allen. Is happy to hear from him, discusses several prominent citizens of Greenville, including Gouvenir Morris Wilkins, Governor Perry, and Captain William choice, hopes to introduce him to Charles Gambrell. [typed letter, signed] 2 pp.
  10. October 23, 1929. Coolidge, Calvin. Northampton, Mass. To B[ernard] George Ulizio. Atlantic City, NJ. Grants a request. [copy] 1 p.
  11. August, 1930. Phyllis Wheatley Association of Cleveland, Ohio. Notebook containing minutes and organizational data of the Mother's Club of the Association. February 3, 1928 - August, 1930. 54 pp.
  12. 1930. Damon, Ruth A. Diary.
  13. January 28, 1931. Brown, Glenn. Washington, DC. To Cass Gilbert. New York, NY. Sends ten copies of his book 1860-1930, Memories. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  14. January 21, 1933. Hoover, Herbert [Clark]. Washington, [DC]. To [Bernard George] Ulizio. Sends this autographed letter and thanks him for his services. [copy] 1 p.
  15. January 27, 1933. Mencken, H[enry] L[ouis]. Baltimore, [MD]. To Mrs. Reifsneider. Thanks her for her note. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  16. November 13, 1933. Howe, Louis McH[enry]. Washington, [DC]. To Mrs. Edward Stevens. Beach, Ridgefield, Conn. The President sends thanks for a poem. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  17. December 8, 1939. LaRochefoucauld Liancourt, Francois Alexandre Frederic, duc de. Journeys in the United States of America made in 1795, 1796, and 1797. First volume. Translated by Blanche Collet Wagner. [typed document] Part 1.
  18. December 8, 1939. LaRochefoucauld Liancourt, Francois Alexandre Frederic, duc de. Journeys in the United States of America made in 1795, 1796, and 1797. First volume. Translated by Blanche Collet Wagner. [typed document] Part 2.
  19. 1941. Deming, Wilber Stone. The Church on the Green. The First Two Centuries of the First Congregational Church at Washington, Connecticut. 1741-1941. [typed document] 244 pp. [shelved with oversized items]
  20. 1941. Radio Volunteers Go to War. Paste-ups for two copies, each with different photographs. Part 1.

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  1. 1941. Radio Volunteers Go to War. Paste-ups for two copies, each with different photographs. Part 2.
  2. December 15, 1943. Swing, Raymond. New York, NY. To Ralph W. Pringle. Invites Pringle to join in the formation of the Sponsors' Group who are holding a dinner to pay tribute to Freda Kirchwey. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  3. December 31, 1943. Kirchway, Freda. New York, NY. To Members of the Nation Associates, Inc. Discusses the present state and the plans of The Nation, makes several editorial announcements, mentions paper shortage and its possible effect on their plans. [typed letter, signed] 3 pp.
  4. November 30, 1944. Smith, Lillian E[ugenia]. New York, NY. To Ralph W. Pringle. Speaks of the things the American Civil Liberties Union has done, requests a donation. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  5. 1939. Reagan, Ronald. Photograph of Reagan, Louis Wilson, and Peter Godfrey taken on the set of The Girl from Jones Beach. [autographed photogarph] 1 p.
  6. October 29, 1951. McCarthy, Joe [Joseph.] [Washington, DC]. To Bill Harmon. Council Bluffs, Iowa. Sends an autographed picture as per Harmon's request. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  7. 1957. Meyner, Robert B. Scrapbook.
  8. March 15, 1961. Millard, Alfred. Santa Barbara, California. To George Engerrand. Comments on the origin of his name and appreciates hearing form him. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  9. December 27, 1963. Rickenbacker, Eddie [Edward Vernon]. New York, NY. To Eric Engel. Detroit, Michigan. Gives details on the Rickenbacker Motor Car Company. [typed letter, signed] 2 pp.
  10. March 16, 1964. Sloan, Alfred P[ritchard], Jr. New York, NY. To Eric Engel. Detroit, Michigan. Answers Engel's inquiry about the Rickenbacker Motor Car Company. [typed letter, signed] 1 .
  11. June 29, 1967. Yorty, Sam. Greetings. Proclomation welcoming those attending 3rd West Coast Latvian Song Festival. [typed document, signed] 1 p.
  12. June 30, 1967. Shelley, John F[rancis]. Greetings. Accompanied by photograph of Mayor Shelley with costumed participants in the Latvian Song Festival. [typed document, signed] 1 p.
  13. June, 1967. Reagan, Ronald. Welcome to the Latvian Song Festival. Accompanied by photograph of Governor Reagan in San Francisco with costumed festival singers. [typed document, signed] 1 p.
  14. February 26, 1969. Bidault, G. "Origins ... of Nato." [typed] 27 pp.
  15. July 19, 1972. [Marquette], Bleecker. To Mrs. A.C. Bachmeyer. Youngstown, [OH]. Thanks her for the card. [autograph letter, signed on postcard] 1 p.
  16. 1975. Ford, Gerald R. Autograph. [autograph document, signed] 1 p.
  17. 1981. Carter, Jimmy. Autograph photograph. 1 p.
  18. July 13, 1982. American Library Association. Cachet Number 1. First day cover of America's Libraries stamp.
  19. May. Hale, Eugene. Ellsworth, Maine. To John L. Cobb. Concerning an appointment. [autograph letter, signed] 2 pp.
  20. September 29. Beard, C[harles] A[ustin]. New York. To Professor Scott. Thanks him for a leaflet on Municipal Reference, comments on work being done at Wisconsin. [autograph letter, signed] 1 p.
  21. [n.d.] Auchmuty, Richard Tylden. Biography of the Auchmuty family. [autograph document] 49 pp.

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  1. [n.d.] Arthur, Chester A[lan]. Autograph. [autograph document, signed] 1 p.
  2. [n.d.] Borah, Wn [William] E[dgar]. [Washington, DC] To Editor, Japan Advertiser. Tokyo, Japan. On trade with Japan. U.S. Senate Memorandum note enclosed. [typed letter, signed] 1 p.
  3. [n.d.] Clay, Henry. Autograph. Mounted with a picture of Clay. [autograph document, signed] 1 p.
  4. [n.d.] Clay, Henry. To [?]. Discusses at length the activities of a Commission attempting to settle financial matters with Great Britain. [autograph letter, signed] 8 pp.
  5. [n.d.] Cleveland, [Stephen] Grover. Autograph [autograph document, signed] 1 p.
  6. [n.d.] Coolidge, Calvin. Autograph. [autograph document, signed] 1 p.
  7. [n.d.] Diary, kept during a journey across New York state to Niagara Falls.
  8. [n.d.] [Fish, Hamilton] Envelope addressed by Fish, pasted on a card with a picture of the High Commission meeting concerning the Canadian Fisheries. [autograph document] 1 p.
  9. [n.d.] Gallatin, [Abraham Alfonse] Albert. Fragment of a document ending with diplomatic matters concerning Great Britain. [autograph document, signed] 3 pp.
  10. [n.d.] Garfield, J[ames] A[bram]. Autograph. [autograph document, signed] 1 p.
  11. [n.d.] Murphy, Francis. Quotation. [autograph document, signed] 2 pp.
  12. [n.d.] Notes on the Exchequer Mine. Alpine, CO. [autograph document] 8 pp.
  13. [n.d.] Pingree, H[azen] S. Photograph. 1 p.
  14. [n.d.] Schlueter, Hermann. The International in America. "Pamphlet No. 8; Conclusion." 11 pp.