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Contains incoming and some outgoing correspondence by Kane. Letters are primarily from family and friends, and include information about day-to-day activities, political matters, travels, and other subjects. Materials date from between 1822 and 1878.
Contains journals and notebooks belonging to Kane, as well as manuscripts, letters, passports, and other materials. Items include lists of Kane's everyday dealings, his poetic and philosophical writings, his last will and testament, and his obituary. Materials date between 1839 and 1884.
Letter from Bache to Kane saying he's anxious to hear from Kane following his journey. Dated June 11, 1845.
Letter from Bache to Kane invitation to him to go on a coast survey trip, dated May 26, 1863.
Letter of introduction for Francis P. Blair, editor with Thomas Jefferson letters. Dated December 19, 1822.
Letter from Blair to Kane expressing gratitude for the venison that Kane sent, dated February 14, 1868.
Letter from Blair to Kane saying he received word that Kane had returned home again, dated April 13, 1868.
Letter from Blair to Kane expressing sympathy for Kane's health, Blair claims to have been intimately acquainted with Andrew Jackson, gives details of Jackson's relationship with Clay and his wife, dated December 26, 1868.
Draft of a letter from Kane suggesting that a small alteration be made.
Telegraph from Patterson to Kane asking him to come. Dated July 15, 1870.