Daniel Sylvester Tuttle letters
Scope and Contents note
Two letters from Daniel Sylvester Tuttle to Archibald Witson. 2 leaves. 1) May 12, 1869, from Helena, Montana. Tuttle accepts Witson’s offer to give him a copy of William Nilson’s poems. Tuttle asks Witson to send the poems to his address at Salt Lake City. 2) January 7, 1870, from Salt Lake City, Utah. Tuttle thanks Witson for the poems.
- Other: 1869-1870
- Tuttle, Daniel Sylvester, 1837-1923 (Person)
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Daniel Sylvester Tuttle (1837-1923) was a Bishop of the Episcopal Church and then served as the Presiding Bishop of Episcopal Church in America.
Daniel Sylvester Tuttle was born January 26, 1837 in Windham, Greene, New York to Daniel Bliss and Abagail C. Stimson Tuttle. He married Harriet Minerva Foote September 12, 1865 in Morris, Otsego, New York. He was ordained a Bishop of the Episcopal Church in 1866 and served as the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in America from 1903-1923. Daniel died April 17, 1923.
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Two letters from Daniel Sylvester Tuttle to Archibald Witson, 1869-1870.
Custodial History note
Purchased from Autograph Alcove in 1990.
Immediate Source of Acquisition note
Purchased; Autograph Alcove; 1990.
Utah and the American West (Collection development policy for 19th Century Western and Mormon Manuscripts, August 2007).
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Processed; H. Christine Swindler; 12 July 2007,
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- Karen Glenn and H. Christine Swindler, student processors, and John Murphy, curator
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- Finding aid written in English in Latin script.