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Found in 143 Collections and/or Records:

Fred A. Rosenstock collection of United States Governors and Lieutenant Governors' signed papers, 1784-1932

Identifier: MSS 1448 Series 2
Scope and Contents note Contains material from territorial leadership of Georgia (William Schley), Illinois (Zenon Trudeau, Phillippe Francois de Rastel Chavalier de Rocheblave, Pierre Menare), Kentucky (James Garrand), Louisiana (William Charles Cole Claiborne, Henry S. Johnson), Massachusetts (John Davis, Missouri (Austin A. King, Lilburn W. Boggs), Ohio (Thomas Corwin), Tennessee (William Blount Graiger, William C. Brownlow), and Virginia (Benjamin Harrison, Robert William, James Pleasants, Joseph Johnson, William...

Fred A. Rosenstock collection of United States Presidents' signed papers, 1802-1917

Identifier: MSS 1448 Series 1
Scope and Contents note Contains six items from John Quincy Adams, Aaron Burr, James Monroe, and Woodrow Wilson.

Fred A. Rosenstock collection of Virginia records, 1774-1863

Identifier: MSS 1448 Series 21
Scope and Contents note Bonds, court summons, depositions, indentures, promissory notes, public appointments, and miscellaneous papers (receipts, court orders and declarations, etc).

Fred A. Rosenstock collection of Wisconsin records, undated

Identifier: MSS 1448 Series 22
Scope and Contents note Miscellaneous(1 item): A xerox copy of an affidavit given in court. Concerns legal dispute between John W. Archer, plaintiff and James J. Stacey and John Call, defendents.

Fred A. Rosenstock collection on the law partners of Abraham Lincoln, 1789-1834

Identifier: MSS 1448 Series 5
Scope and Contents note Material of Jesse Head, John Todd Stuart, and Stephen Trigg Logan (settlements, receipts and bills of sale, affidavits and depositions, bonds, law suits, etc.)

George Q. and Martha Telle Cannon correspondence, 1872-1891

Identifier: MSS 7426 Series 1
Scope and Contents note George Q. Cannon and Martha Telle Cannon correspondence, including forty-one letters exchanged between George Q. Cannon and Martha Telle Cannon, between 1872 and 1891. Their correspondence documents George Q. Cannon's experiences as a Territorial Delegate from Utah to the United States House of Representatives; Martha Cannon's experiences in her Salt Lake City, Utah, home; family relationships and news; and Church events.

George Q. Cannon correspondence, 1880

Identifier: MSS 7426 Series 3
Scope and Contents note George Q. Cannon correspondence, including one letter from George Q. Cannon to Sarah A. Telle King in New York, 1880.

Sir William Gooch land patent for Hugh Miller

 Collection — Folder 1: [31197230355494]
Identifier: MSS SC 8
Scope and Contents Patent (plus typescript copy) confirming 1254 acres of land in Lunenburg, Virginia to Hugh Miller.

Jesse P. Harman certificate of appointment

 Collection — Folder 1: [31197232549391]
Identifier: MSS SC 1318
Scope and Contents Handwritten printed, and signed certificate of appointment issued by the office of George Wolf, Governor of Pennsylvania. The item concerns the commissioning of Jesse P Harman as a militia captain and is signed by the governor and James Trimble, deputy secretary to the governor.

John J. Henry certificate of appointment

 File — Oversize-folder 1: [31197233245049]
Identifier: MSS SC 659
Scope and Contents Oversized printed documents with handwritten notations. Collection includes legal documents, the appointment of Henry as Register of the Land Office at Fair Play, Colorado, 1875, signed by Ulysses S. Grant, and at Leadville, Colorado, 1880, signed by Rutherford B. Hayes.