Contains 11 Results:
Autograph, "J.G. Carlisle." This may be John Griffin Carlisle (1835-1900), a politician from Kentucky who served as senator and representative from that state and as the Secretary of the Treasury for the United States.
Typewritten and signed letter dated 21 Feb. 1903 from Barton O. Aylesworth to Prindle. Aylesworth writes for biographical information and presents a list of questions. Prindle writes on the letter responding to the inquiries and returns the item to Aylesworth in the included envelope.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 4 Nov. 1907, and addressed to Barton O. Aylesworth. Carruth responds to Aylesworth's request for autobiographical information. Carruth refers him to a recent edition of "Who's Who in America."
Pen-and-ink drawings bound in a small booklet. The item is signed by J. Harry Carson. At the top of the first page it states, "July 9/18," and at the bottom of the page, "About 1890." Also included is a letter stating that only six copies of an unspecified item has been printed. Each item is addressed to George L. Beam.
Autograph pasted on a printed booklet entitled, "Speech: Mr. Cass of Michigan on the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 11, 1854.
Autograph of "John Cassel Eve. World N Y City." The author is believed to have been John Harmon Cassel, a political cartoonist. The date of the item is uncertain.
Handwritten notes on Catt's business cards. She requests that a story and songs will be accepted. Also included is a photocopy of the items.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 8 April 1875, and addressed to "Vagabond" (Adam Badean?). Carleton welcomes his friend back "to your native land." The exact name of the author of the letter is uncertain. He appears to have been an American author.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 27 Nov. 1894, and addressed to Barton O. Aylesworth. Catherwood responds to Aylesworth's request for autobiographical information by referring him to some biographical sketches. Also included is the envelope in which the item was sent.
Two letters and the envelope in which at least one of the items was sent. Chamberlain responds to a letter sent to him by Barton O. Aylesworth requesting biographical information. Chamberlain writes his response on the letter Aylewsorth sent to him. Also included is a handwritten and signed letter by Chamberlain, dated 18 March 1902, and addressed to Aylesworth. Chamberlain apologizes for not responding to Aylesworth's enquiry sooner.