Politicians -- United States -- Correspondence
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
Finis Ewing collection
Correspondence, certificates, and legal papers dealing with Ewing's personal and business life in Missouri. Some of the correspondence is from Thomas Hart Benton, Henry Clay, and Lilburn W. Boggs. The items relate to contemporary political issues both in Missouri and in the United States.
Charles W. Fairbanks letter
Typed and signed letter to Charles Neumeyer.
Finis Ewing incoming correspondence, 1824-1841
Photocopies. Originals in fd. 12-14. Concerning local and national issues (i.e., Missouri politics, political parties and their candidates, the National Bank, the Preemption Bill and the U.S. Postal Service).
Finis Ewing outgoing correspondence, 1840-1841
Photocopies. Concerning political parties and their candidates, control of the Missouri Bank, Missouri state taxes, creation of new counties and senatorial districts.
Finis Ewing published materials, 1827-1853
Photocopies. Finis' A Series of Lectures on the Most Important Subjects in Divinity. F.R. Cossitt's The Life and Times of Rev. Finis Ewing.
John Charles Fremont letter to George Talcott
Handwritten and signed letter, dated August 18, 1848, and addressed to Col. George Talcott, "Chief of Ordnance." Fremont writes concerning "vouchers for disbursement in the Ordnance Department" for the campaigns in California for 1846 and 1847.
John Charles Frémont letter to James William Denver
Handwritten and signed letter, dated January 6, 1864, and addressed to James William Denver. Fremont writes concerning a bill to be intruduced by members of the Missouri legislature which would be very generous to the holders of stock in the "Old Road."
John Charles Frémont letter to Susan B. Ferrell
Handwritten and signed letter, dated September 7, 1850, and addressed to Susan B. Ferrell. Fremont writes concerning the gold mines in California and the best time of the year to go to that state.
Alexander Hamilton letter
Handwritten and signed letter, dated September 13, 1801, and addressed to James Stevenson, Jr. Hamilton writes about business matters.
Winfield Scott Hancock letter
Handwritten and signed letter dated 18 April 1873 which was written in New York and addressed to a Mr. Stuart. Hancock apologizes for not having done something Stuart requested.