Contains 128 Results:
Letter written to Robert Walter Weir by James Walter Weir on April 6, 1844 from Glasgow, Scotland. The letter gives an account of James Walter Weir's travels to New York.
Letters from C. R. Leslie to Wm. H. Bartlett Esq. and Robert W. Weir dated from April 7, 1834 to August 18, 1845 from West Point, New York and London, England. The letters discuss various artworks and price of the artwork that is to be sold by Robert Weir.
Letter from James Walter Weir to Robert Walter Weir in West Point, dated on July 25, 1831. The letter concerns the receiving of goods, extended family information, and a request to be written more often for news of the family.
Letter from James Walter Weir and Robert Weir, dated October 29, 1830 in Port Dundas, Glasgow. The letter concerns a chair that is being sent to Robert Walter Weir.
Letter written by R. L. S. W. to Robert Walter Weir dated January 31, 1859 from Arlington, Alexandria. Letters concerns artwork in the area and the artwork of RLSW.
Letter from Francis Alexander to Robert Walter Weir, dated August 12, 1869 in Swampscott. Letter expresses gratitude for furnishings sent to Francis Alexander.
Letter from Mary L. [Roberts] to Robert Walter dated April 26, 1871 from Cold Spring. Letter concerns an invitation to call on the family in order to hear the latest news.
Letter written by Lewis M. Haupt to Robert Walter Weir, dated February 6, 1872 in Philadelphia. Lewis describes in the letter the location of his immediate family and his surroundings in Philadelphia.
Letter written from T.G. Pitchin to Robert Walter Weir on November 14, 1871 in Soldier's Home. Letter concerns gratitude for a portrait done by Robert Walter Weir.