Freeman Clarke Family Papers

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Freeman Clarke Family Papers
Creator: Clarke (Family : Clarke, Freeman, 1809-1887)
Call Number: D.31
Dates: 1812-1929
Physical Description: 21 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Arrangement
Subject(s)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Related Materials
Content List
Collection Overview
Title: Freeman Clarke Family Papers
Creator: Clarke (Family : Clarke, Freeman, 1809-1887)
Call Number: D.31
Dates: 1812-1929
Physical Description: 21 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
Freeman Clarke was born in Troy, New York in 1809 and began his financial career as cashier of the Bank of Orleans, Albion, New York in 1837; he moved to Rochester in 1845 and resided there until his death in 1887. During his business career, Mr. Clarke was a director and president of numerous banks, railroads, telegraph and trust companies of Rochester and New York City. In his political career he was a delegate to various state and national Whig and Republican conventions, was Comptroller of the Currency in the U.S. Treasury Department 1865-1866, was a delegate to the State Constitutional Convention in 1867, and was elected as a Republican Representative from Rochester to the 38th (1863), 42nd (1871), and 43rd (1873) Congresses.

Scope and Content
The Freeman Clarke Family Papers, 1812-1929, consist of the family and business papers of Freeman Clarke, primarily from the period of the late 1820's to the 1890's.

The family correspondence consists mainly of the incoming correspondence of Henrietta Jaquelina (Ward) Clarke, 1814-1890, wife of Freeman Clarke. Also included in this group is a small amount of personal correspondence from friends. Early letters (of the late 1820's and 1830's) to Henrietta Ward in Albion are from her immediate family, primarily from her brother Ferdinand De Wilton Ward while studying at Union College and Princeton Theological Seminary, and later from Maduras and Madras, South India, telling of his missionary work there from 1836-1846. Henrietta Ward married Freeman Clarke of Albion in 1833, and resided in Albion until 1845 when they moved to Rochester. From the period in Albion, Mrs. Clarke's letters are primarily from her sisters, Susan W. Seldon and Siba Hand Smith, relating to personal affairs and domestic matters such as the health of the members of the family and discussions of arrangements for visits.

A group of letters in 1848 expresses sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Clarke on the death of their son, Henry, age 7, and in 1854, there is another group of sympathy letters on the death of their daughter Elizabeth, age 18.

There are many letters from Freeman Clarke to his wife at home in Rochester while he was in Washington serving in the 38th Congress (1865-1865) and in the 42nd and 43rd Congresses (1871-1875).

In the correspondence between Mrs. Clarke and her son, Edward Smith Clarke, during his college days at Yale (1872-1876), Edward discusses his courses of study and activities outside of school, and Mrs. Clarke keeps him informed of news of the family and of Rochester. There is weekly correspondence between Edward and his mother during his stay in Europe, 1876-1879, with his brother Sherman. Edward's letters recount his study of international law in Heidelberg, and describe German customs and manners, as well as his experiences while traveling in Europe. His letters of 1877 tell of his work in the office of the Consulate of the U. S. at Mannheim. The letters to his mother from 1879 to 1883 tell of his return to the U. S. in 1879, his study of law in New York City, a brief period of practicing law in Rochester, and his business venture in the manufacture of cotton cloth in Atlanta, Georgia in 1883.

Later family correspondence in the collection includes quite regular correspondence between Henrietta (Allen) Mills and her sister, Mary Percival Allen, and their mother, Caroline (Clarke) Allen, the daughter of Henrietta (Ward) Clarke. These letters give accounts of their travels during their trip to Europe in June through November of 1912. There is a gap in the correspondence from 1913-1917; then the following letters from the period from January 1918 to February 1919 from Mary Percival Allen to her sister, Henrietta (Allen) Mills in Rochester, tell of Mary Allen's experiences doing war work as a nurse in France from May 1918 to January 1919, The last main group of correspondence is from June through August of 1920, and is again from Mary Allen to her sister Henrietta, giving accounts of her work as a nurse at Pilley's Island Hospital in Newfoundland. During this time she kept a journal, recording her activities and feelings, which is included in the collection.

The second chronology in the collection is of business correspondence, consisting primarily of the incoming correspondence (1812-1891) mainly for Freeman Clarke. Letters in the collection from the late 1820's and early 1830's are from various clients of Mr. Clarke, who was at that time a merchant in Albion, New York, dealing in the purchase, sale, and transportation of grain and lumber. In 1837, he became cashier of the Bank of Albion, in Orleans County, New York, a position which he held until 1845, when he moved to Rochester. Correspondence from the period in Albion is mainly from various banks throughout New York State, regarding banking and financial matters, and business transactions such as the sale and purchase of stocks and of grain. Correspondents from the 1830's include William H. DeWitt, Silas O. Smith, Otis P. Sheldon, Joseph Strong, and Pheny Allen. Correspondence of the mid-1840's deals with insurance concerns, mortgages, and the sale of property. In the year following his move to Rochester, Mr. Clarke organized and became president of the Rochester Bank. Included in the collection is a letter-book of Clarke's Banking Office in Rochester, first dated July 24, 1845, which contains the outgoing correspondence of the Bank for the period of July 1845 through October 1849. Incoming correspondence from that period continues to be from various banks, and in addition, reflects Mr. Clarke's early interest in investment in the planning and building of railroads.

There is no correspondence in the collection relating to the Whig National Convention of 1850, of which Freeman Clarke was Vice-President, nor is there any relating to the Whig National Convention of 1852, of which he was a delegate, or relating to his being a presidential elector in 1856.

Incoming correspondence of the 1850's reflects Clarke's concerns with banking, railroads, and the telegraph. During this time, he was made Treasurer and a Trustee of the Monroe County Savings Bank, and in 1857 he organized and became President of the Monroe County Bank, which later (in 1865) was converted into the Clarke National Bank. Banking correspondence of the early 1850's includes routine financial correspondence regarding the collection of notes and the payment of loans and mortgages.

Correspondence relating to railroads is found primarily in the late 1850's, concerning the construction, development and extension of railroads in New York State, and the purchase and sale of stock in various railroad companies. In 1852, Mr. Clarke became Treasurer and one of the first directors of the Rochester, Lockport and Niagara Railroad Company; he was also made President and a director of the Genesee Valley Railroad Company in 1854.

Correspondence regarding the telegraph first appears in the mid 1850's, reflecting his concern in the extension of existing telegraph lines, the expansion of telegraph service, and the consolidation of various lines. Mr. Clarke owned stock in several telegraph companies and was a director of the Western Union Telegraph Company, and Treasurer and Director of the House Telegraph Company.

Letters of the early 1860's consist of voluminous routine banking correspondence from other bankers and brokers regarding the purchase and sale of stocks and bonds in various railroads, telegraph companies and banks. In 1862, Freeman Clarke was elected to Congress as a Republican Representative from the 28th New York District. The incoming correspondence from constituents during his first term in Congress (March 1863 - March 1865) includes: requests for appointments to the Military Academy at West Point; requests for aid in obtaining situations (such as postmasterships and clerkships) and filling vacant positions; inquiries of the procedure for applying for positions and promotions; requests for procuring copies of public documents (such as the Census Report, the Report of Major General McClellan, the Agricultural Report, and the Patent Office Report); requests for seeds, requests for aid in obtaining military discharges and furloughs, opinions regarding taxation, the currency, and national fiscal policy; and numerous letters of introduction and recommendation. Other correspondence form this period is from other bankers discussing State Banks, the new National Banking system, the National Currency Act of 1863 and bills to amend this act, and the establishment of the Fourth National Bank of New York City in 1864, of which Mr. Clarke was one of the first directors.

Mr. Clarke did not seek re-election in 1864 to Congress for the following term, and in March of 1865 he received from President Lincoln the appointment to the position of Comptroller of the Currency, serving under Hugh McCullock, who was the Secretary of the Treasury. During his incumbency, much important financial legislation of war times was enacted, including the organization of the national banks. Correspondence from this period (March 1865 - July 1866) is mainly from various bankers and financial experts, dealing with financial legislation, discussions of the national banking system, and reactions to Mr. Clarke's Report of the Currency (which was a proposed amendment to the National Banking Law). In 1866 there are numerous inquiries regarding the procedure for changing state banks to national banks, as well as questions regarding the interpretation of national banking laws.

Mr. Clarke resigned as Comptroller of the Currency in July of 1866, and resumed his former business pursuits. There is no correspondence regarding the State Constitutional Convention of 1867, to which Mr. Clarke was elected as a delegate. Letters of the late 1860's continue to reflect his interests in the field of railroads and telegraphs. In 1868 he was elected a director of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad Company and of the South Pacific Railroad Company of Missouri. Incoming correspondence of this period is from bankers and brokers regarding the sale and purchase of stocks and bonds in various telegraph and railroad companies, and of dividends from stocks and bonds.

In 1870, Freeman Clarke was re-elected to Congress, and again in 1872. His incoming correspondence from constituents while serving in the 42nd (1871-1873) and 43rd (1875-1875) Congresses concern appointments and removals of postmaster positions, clerkships and collectorships; military academy appointments; numerous letters regarding military pensions; requests for public documents; letters of introduction and recommendation, requests for autographs, opinions about the taxation of tobacco, requests for information on obtaining patents; discussion regarding a bill that Mr. Clarke introduced into the House in January of 1872 regarding specie payments; and correspondence relating to his work on the committee on appropriations (of which he was a member during the 42nd Congress) and also the committee on foreign affairs (of which he was a member during the 43rd Congress).

Other correspondence during his terms of office is with various brokers and bankers regarding Mr. Clarke's personal financial affairs, notices of meetings reflecting his involvement with railroads, and correspondence regarding the sale and purchase of stocks and bonds. There is also regular correspondence from his sons, Levi Ward Clarke and Freeman De Witt Clarke, giving accounts of daily business events at the Clarke National Bank in Rochester to Mr. Clarke in Washington.

Mr. Clarke held no other public office after his retirement from Congress in March of 1875, but he remained active in his personal business affairs, especially in railroad stocks and bonds. There is no correspondence in the collection regarding Mr. Clarke's purchase of the Rochester Chronicle in 1870, which was consolidated with the Democrat to form the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, of which he was one of the first directors. There is, however, weekly correspondence from his son Levi Ward Clarke during the period of July to December of 1876, reporting recent business developments at the newspaper. There is also correspondence during 1877 from his son Freeman De Witt Clarke in Buffalo, regarding his business, the Steam Gauge and Lantern Company, and from his son George Hunt Clarke in Fullerville, N.Y., regarding his business, the Fullerville Iron Works.

Correspondence of the very late 1870's and 1880's becomes increasingly scant. Letters from this period indicate that Mr. Clarke did business with the Cayuta Wheel and Foundry Company of Waverly, N. Y., apparently selling pig iron to this company.

There is no correspondence in the collection regarding Mr. Clarke's position as a Trustee of the University of Rochester, a position he held from 1872-1887. Nor does the collection contain any correspondence regarding Mr. Clarke's participation in community and church affairs.

The third chronology is of legal and financial records, including bills and receipts, documents, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous legal papers. Contained within this legal and financial chronology is a separate chronology of notices of protest, primarily from the period of 1846-1853 which apparently were notices sent to each of the endorsers of a check or draft that was dishonored. A notary public prepared a notarial protest certificate in addition to a separate notice of protest to each of the endorsers. The notarial protest certificate legal evidence of presentation and refusal to pay by the drawer or endorser, and was a legal measure for the purpose of holding the endorsers liable on account of the item dishonored for payment by the maker.

Arrangement
The collection is arranged in three main chronologies: Family Correspondence, 1827-1929; Business Correspondence, 1812-1891; and Legal and Financial Records.

Subject(s):
New York (State)
New York (State)--Albion (Orleans County)
Lumber trade
Banks and banking
Railroads
Correspondence
Legal instruments
Clarke, Freeman, 1809-1887
Politicians
Bankers
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The Freeman Clarke Papers were the gift of Allen P. Mills, May 17, 1972, He is a descendant of Freeman Clarke.Access
The Freeman Clarke Family Papers is open for research use. Researchers are advised to contact Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation prior to visiting. Upon arrival, researchers will also be asked to fill out a registration form and provide photo identification.Use
Reproductions are made upon request but can be subject to restrictions. Permission to publish materials from the collection must currently be requested. Please note that some materials may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the researcher's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections. For more information contact rarebks@library.rochester.eduCitation
[Item title, item date], Freeman Clarke Family Papers, D.31, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of RochesterRelated Materials
Note: Some Clarke family letters are printed in: Blake McKelvey, ed., "Letters Postmarked Rochester, 1817-1879," Rochester Historical Society Publication Fund Series, volume 21 (1943), pages 146-157.


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Content List
Box 1, Folder 1Family correspondence, 1827-1829
Box 1, Folder 2Family correspondence, 1830
Box 1, Folder 3Family correspondence, 1831
Box 1, Folder 4Family correspondence, 1832-1833
Box 1, Folder 5Family correspondence, 1834-1836
Box 1, Folder 6Family correspondence, 1837-1839
Box 1, Folder 7Family correspondence, 1840-1842
Box 1, Folder 8Family correspondence, 1843-1845
Box 1, Folder 9Family correspondence, 1846-1848
Box 1, Folder 10Family correspondence, 1849-1851
Box 1, Folder 11Family correspondence, 1852-1853
Box 1, Folder 12Family correspondence, 1854-1855
Box 1, Folder 13Family correspondence, 1856-1859
Box 1, Folder 14Family correspondence, 1860-1862
Box 1, Folder 15Family correspondence, 1863
Box 2, Folder 1Family correspondence, 1864
Box 2, Folder 2Family correspondence, Jan-June 1865
Box 2, Folder 3Family correspondence, July-Dec, 1865
Box 2, Folder 4Family correspondence, 1866
Box 2, Folder 5Family correspondence, Jan 1867
Box 2, Folder 6Family correspondence, Feb-Dec, 1867
Box 2, Folder 7Family correspondence, 1868-1869
Box 2, Folder 8Family correspondence, 1870
Box 2, Folder 9Family correspondence, 1871
Box 2, Folder 10Family correspondence, Jan-Oct, 1872
Box 2, Folder 11Family correspondence, Nov-Dec, 1872
Box 2, Folder 12Family correspondence, Jan-Apr, 1873
Box 2, Folder 13Family correspondence, May-Sept, 1873
Box 2, Folder 14Family correspondence, Nov- Dec, 1873
Box 2a, Folder 1Family correspondence, Jan-March 1874
Box 2a, Folder 2Family correspondence, Apr-Sept, 1874
Box 2a, Folder 3Family correspondence, Oct-Dec, 1874
Box 3, Folder 1Family correspondence, Jan.-Feb. 1875
Box 3, Folder 2Family correspondence, March- Apr. 1875
Box 3, Folder 3Family correspondence, May-July 1875
Box 3, Folder 4Family correspondence, Aug.-Dec. 1875
Box 3, Folder 5Family correspondence, Jan.-March 1876
Box 3, Folder 6Family correspondence, Apr.-July 1876
Box 3, Folder 7Family correspondence, Aug.-Oct. 1876
Box 3, Folder 8Family correspondence, Nov.-Dec. 1876
Box 3, Folder 9Family correspondence, Jan.-Feb. 1877
Box 3, Folder 10Family correspondence, March-Apr. 1877
Box 3, Folder 11Family correspondence, May-June 1877
Box 3, Folder 12Family correspondence, July-Aug. 1877
Box 3, Folder 13Family correspondence, Sept.-Oct. 1877
Box 3, Folder 14Family correspondence, Nov.-Dec. 1877
Box 4, Folder 1Family correspondence, Jan.-Feb. 1878
Box 4, Folder 2Family correspondence, March-Apr. 1878
Box 4, Folder 3Family correspondence, May 1878
Box 4, Folder 4Family correspondence, June-July 1878
Box 4, Folder 5Family correspondence, Aug-Sept. 1878
Box 4, Folder 6Family correspondence, Oct.-Nov. 1878
Box 4, Folder 7Family correspondence, Dec. 1878
Box 4, Folder 8Family correspondence, Jan.-Feb. 1879
Box 4, Folder 9Family correspondence, March-May 1879
Box 4, Folder 10Family correspondence, June-Dec. 1879
Box 4, Folder 11Family correspondence, 1880
Box 4, Folder 12Family correspondence, 1881-1882
Box 4, Folder 13Family correspondence, 1883
Box 4, Folder 14Family correspondence, 1884-1886
Box 4, Folder 15Family correspondence, 1887-1894
Box 4, Folder 16Family correspondence, 1895-1899
Box 4, Folder 17Family correspondence, 1900-1911
Box 5, Folder 1Family correspondence, Jan.-June 1912
Box 5, Folder 2Family correspondence, July 1912
Box 5, Folder 3Family correspondence, August 1912
Box 5, Folder 4Family correspondence, Sept. 1912- Dec. 1914
Box 5, Folder 5Family correspondence, 1915-1917
Box 5, Folder 6Family correspondence, Jan.-May 1918
Box 5, Folder 7Family correspondence
Box 5, Folder 8Family correspondence, July-Aug. 1918
Box 5, Folder 9Family correspondence, Sept.-Oct. 1918
Box 5, Folder 10Family correspondence, Nov.-Dec. 1918
Box 5, Folder 11Family correspondence, 1919
Box 5, Folder 12Family correspondence, 1920
Box 5, Folder 13Family correspondence, journal kept by Marcy Percival Allen while At Pilley's Island Hospital, Newfoundland, June 19-August 22, 1920
Box 5, Folder 14Family correspondence, 1921
Box 5, Folder 15Family correspondence, 1922-1927
Box 5, Folder 16Family correspondence, 1928-1929
Box 6, Folder 1Family correspondence, n.y., January - December
Box 6, Folder 2Family correspondence, Undated
Box 6, Folder 2aBound correspondence
Box 6, Folder 3Correspondence: union blues
Box 6, Folder 4Family correspondence, fragment
Box 6, Folder 5Family miscellaneous, dated
Box 6, Folder 6Family miscellaneous, undated
Box 6, Folder 7Family material: photographs of Freeman Clarke and Sherman Clarke, 1809-1928
Box 6, Folder 8Passport of Jean Vance Clarke, January 7, 1895
Box 6, Folder 9Postal cards of Mrs. Sherman Clarke leading Women's Division of Preparedness parade, n.d.
Box 6, Folder 10Calling cards
Box 6, Folder 11Christmas cards
Box 6, Folder 12Confederate bond certificate
Box 6, Folder 13Descendants of Ward
Box 6, Folder 14Genealogy
Box 6, Folder 15Local Parish
Box 6, Folder 16Union blues materials
Box 6a, Folder 1Manuscripts
Box 6a, Folder 2Manuscript fragment
Box 6a, Folder 3Newspaper clippings
Box 6a, Folder 4Politics
Box 6a, Folder 5Political appointments
Box 6a, Folder 6Presbyterian Church roll call
Box 6a, Folder 7Related to Paine
Box 6a, Folder 8Ward genealogy
Box 6a, Folder 9Carrie S. Clarke diary, 1866
Box 6a, Folder 10Carrie S. Clarke diary transcript
2 copies

Box 6a, Folder 11Scrapbook, ca. 1868
Box 7, Folder 1Business correspondence, 1812-1822
Box 7, Folder 2Business correspondence, 1823-1828
Box 7, Folder 3Business correspondence, 1829
Box 7, Folder 4Business correspondence, 1830
Box 7, Folder 5Business correspondence, 1831
Box 7, Folder 6Business correspondence, 1832
Box 7, Folder 7Business correspondence, 1833
Box 7, Folder 8Business correspondence, 1834
Box 7, Folder 9Business correspondence, Jan.-June 1835
Box 7, Folder 10Business correspondence, July-Aug. 1835
Box 7, Folder 11Business correspondence, Sept.-Oct. 1835
Box 7, Folder 12Business correspondence, Nov.- Dec. 1835
Box 7, Folder 13Business correspondence, Jan.- April 1836
Box 7, Folder 14Business correspondence, May- June 1836
Box 7, Folder 15Business correspondence, July- Aug. 1836
Box 7, Folder 16Business correspondence, Sept. 1836
Box 7, Folder 17Business correspondence, Oct.- Dec. 1836
Box 7, Folder 18Business correspondence, Jan.- Mar. 1837
Box 7, Folder 19Business correspondence, April 1837
Box 7, Folder 20Business correspondence, May- July 1837
Box 7, Folder 21Business correspondence, Aug.- Dec. 1837
Box 7, Folder 22Business correspondence, Jan.- June 1838
Box 7, Folder 23Business correspondence, July- Dec. 1838
Box 7, Folder 24Business correspondence, Jan.- June 1839
Box 7, Folder 25Business correspondence, July-Dec. 1839
Box 8, Folder 1Business correspondence, Jan.- Apr. 1840
Box 8, Folder 2Business correspondence, May 1840
Box 8, Folder 3Business correspondence, June-July 1840
Box 8, Folder 4Business correspondence, Aug.- Dec. 1840
Box 8, Folder 5Business correspondence, 1841
Box 8, Folder 6Business correspondence, 1842
Box 8, Folder 7Business correspondence, 1843
Box 8, Folder 8Business correspondence, Jan.- July 1844
Box 8, Folder 9Business correspondence, Aug.- Sept. 1844
Box 8, Folder 10Business correspondence, Oct.- Dec. 1844
Box 8, Folder 11Business correspondence, Jan.- Feb. 1845
Box 8, Folder 12Business correspondence, Mar.- May 1845
Box 8, Folder 13Business correspondence, June- July 1845
Box 8, Folder 14Business correspondence, letterbook of Clarke's banking office, July 28, 1845- Oct. 27, 1849
Box 8, Folder 15Business correspondence, Aug.- Dec. 1845
Box 8, Folder 16Business correspondence, Jan. 1846
Box 8, Folder 17Business correspondence, Feb.- Mar. 1846
Box 8, Folder 18Business correspondence, Apr.- Dec. 1846
Box 9, Folder 1Business correspondence, Jan.- Mar. 1847
Box 9, Folder 2Business correspondence, Apr. 1-14, 1847
Box 9, Folder 3Business correspondence, Apr. 15-21, 1847
Box 9, Folder 4Business correspondence, Apr. 22-30, 1847
Box 9, Folder 5Business correspondence, May 1- June 7, 1847
Box 9, Folder 6Business correspondence, June 8-15, 1847
Box 9, Folder 7Business correspondence, June 16-23, 1847
Box 9, Folder 8Business correspondence, June 24-30 ,1847
Box 9, Folder 9Business correspondence, July- Sept. 1847
Box 9, Folder 10Business correspondence, Oct.- Dec. 1847
Box 9, Folder 11Business correspondence, Jan.- Feb. 1848
Box 9, Folder 12Business correspondence, Mar.- Apr. 1848
Box 9, Folder 13Business correspondence, May- June 1848
Box 9, Folder 14Business correspondence, July 1-11, 1848
Box 9, Folder 15Business correspondence, July 12-31, 1848
Box 9, Folder 16Business correspondence, Aug.- Dec. 1848
Box 9, Folder 17Business correspondence, Jan.-Oct. 1849
Box 9, Folder 18Business correspondence, Nov.- Dec. 1849
Box 9, Folder 19Business correspondence, Jan.- Apr. 1850
Box 9, Folder 20Business correspondence, May- Dec. 1850
Box 10, Folder 1Business correspondence, Jan.- Feb. 1851
Box 10, Folder 2Business correspondence, Mar.- Apr.1851
Box 10, Folder 3Business correspondence, May 1- July 17, 1851
Box 10, Folder 4Business correspondence, July 18- 31, 1851
Box 10, Folder 5Business correspondence, Aug.- Oct. 1851
Box 10, Folder 6Business correspondence, Nov.- Dec. 1851
Box 10, Folder 7Business correspondence, Jan.- May 1852
Box 10, Folder 8Business correspondence, June- Dec. 1852
Box 10, Folder 9Business correspondence, Jan.- Sept. 1853
Box 10, Folder 10Business correspondence, Oct. 1953
Box 10, Folder 11Business correspondence, Nov. 1853
Box 10, Folder 12Business correspondence, Dec. 1853
Box 10, Folder 13Business correspondence, Jan.- Apr. 1854
Box 10, Folder 14Business correspondence, May- June, 1854
Box 10, Folder 15Business correspondence, July, 1854
Box 10, Folder 16Business correspondence, Aug. 1854
Box 10, Folder 17Business correspondence, Sept.- Oct. 1854
Box 10, Folder 18Business correspondence, Nov.- Dec. 1854
Box 10, Folder 19Business correspondence, Jan.- Aug. 1855
Box 10, Folder 20Business correspondence, Sept.- Dec. 1855
Box 10, Folder 21Business correspondence, 1856
Box 10, Folder 22Business correspondence, 1857
Box 11, Folder 1Business correspondence, Jan.- Sept. 1858
Box 11, Folder 2Business correspondence, Oct. 1858
Box 11, Folder 3Business correspondence, Nov.- Dec. 1858
Box 11, Folder 4Business correspondence, Jan.- Apr. 1859
Box 11, Folder 5Business correspondence, May- Sept. 1859
Box 11, Folder 6Business correspondence, Oct. - Dec. 1859
Box 11, Folder 7Business correspondence, Jan.- Feb. 1860
Box 11, Folder 8Business correspondence, Mar. 1860
Box 11, Folder 9Business correspondence, Apr.- May 1860
Box 11, Folder 10Business correspondence, June- Dec. 1860
Box 11, Folder 11Business correspondence, Jan.- Mar. 1861
Box 11, Folder 12Business correspondence, Apr.- May 1861
Box 11, Folder 13Business correspondence, June- Dec. 1861
Box 11, Folder 14Business correspondence, Jan. 1862
Box 11, Folder 15Business correspondence, Feb. 1862
Box 11, Folder 16Business correspondence, Mar.- Apr. 1862
Box 11, Folder 17Business correspondence, May- June 1862
Box 11, Folder 18Business correspondence, July- Aug. 1862
Box 11, Folder 19Business correspondence, Sept.- Oct. 1862
Box 11, Folder 20Business correspondencen, Nov. 1862
Box 11, Folder 21Business correspondence, Dec. 1862
Box 12, Folder 1Business correspondence, Jan.- June 1863
Box 12, Folder 2Business correspondence, Aug. 1863
Box 12, Folder 3Business correspondence, Sept. 1863
Box 12, Folder 4Business correspondence, Oct. 1863
Box 12, Folder 5Business correspondence, Nov. 1- 15, 1863
Box 12, Folder 6Business correspondence, Nov. 16-31, 1863
Box 12, Folder 7Business correspondence, Dec. 1863
Box 12, Folder 8Business correspondence, Jan. 1-5, 1864
Box 12, Folder 9Business correspondence, Jan. 6 -11, 1864
Box 12, Folder 10Business correspondence, Jan. 12-15, 1864
Box 12, Folder 11Business correspondence, Jan. 16-20, 1864
Box 12, Folder 12Business correspondence, Jan. 21-25, 1864
Box 12, Folder 13Business correspondence, Jan. 26-31, 1864
Box 12, Folder 14Business correspondence, Feb. 1-7, 1864
Box 12, Folder 15Business correspondence, Feb. 8-10, 1864
Box 12, Folder 16Business correspondence, Feb. 11-15, 1864
Box 12, Folder 17Business correspondence, Feb. 16-20, 1864
Box 12, Folder 18Business correspondence, Feb. 21-29, 1864
Box 12, Folder 19Business correspondence, March 1-3. 1864
Box 12, Folder 20Business correspondence, March 4-7, 1864
Box 12, Folder 21Business correspondence, March 8-10, 1864
Box 12, Folder 22Business correspondence, March 11-16, 1864
Box 12, Folder 23Business correspondence, March 18-25, 1864
Box 12, Folder 24Business correspondence, March 24-27, 1864
Box 12, Folder 25Business correspondence, March 28-31, 1864
Box 13, Folder 1Business correspondence, Apr. 1-4, 1864
Box 13, Folder 2Business correspondence, Apr. 5-10, 1864
Box 13, Folder 3Business correspondence, Apr. 11-15, 1864
Box 13, Folder 4Business correspondence, Apr. 16-20, 1864
Box 13, Folder 5Business correspondence, Apr. 21-27, 1864
Box 13, Folder 6Business correspondence, Apr. 28-30, 1864
Box 13, Folder 7Business correspondence, May 1-15, 1864
Box 13, Folder 8Business correspondence, May 16-31, 1864
Box 13, Folder 9Business correspondence, June 1-20, 1864
Box 13, Folder 10Business correspondence, June 21=30, 1864
Box 13, Folder 11Business correspondence, July 1864
Box 13, Folder 12Business correspondence, Aug. 1864
Box 13, Folder 13Business correspondence, Sept. 1864
Box 13, Folder 14Business correspondence, Oct. 1864
Box 13, Folder 15Business correspondence, Nov. 1864
Box 13, Folder 16Business correspondence, Dec. 1-12, 1864
Box 13, Folder 17Business correspondence, Dec. 13-19, 1864
Box 13, Folder 18Business correspondence, Dec. 20-31, 1864
Box 13, Folder 19Business correspondence, 1864
Box 14, Folder 1Business correspondence, Jan. 1-13, 1865
Box 14, Folder 2Business correspondence, Jan. 14-19, 1865
Box 14, Folder 3Business correspondence, Jan. 20-24, 1865
Box 14, Folder 4Business correspondence, Jan. 25-31, 1865
Box 14, Folder 5Business correspondence, Feb. 1-6, 1865
Box 14, Folder 6Business correspondence, Feb. 7-14, 1865
Box 14, Folder 7Business correspondence, Feb. 15-22, 1865
Box 14, Folder 8Business correspondence, Feb. 23-28, 1865
Box 14, Folder 9Business correspondence, Mar. 1-15, 1865
Box 14, Folder 10Business correspondence, Mar. 16-31, 1865
Box 14, Folder 11Business correspondence, Apr. 1-11, 1865
Box 14, Folder 12Business correspondence, Apr. 12-30, 1865
Box 14, Folder 13Business correspondence, May 1-17, 1865
Box 14, Folder 14Business correspondence, May 18-31, 1865
Box 14, Folder 15Business correspondence, June 1-19, 1865
Box 14, Folder 16Business correspondence, June 20-30, 1865
Box 14, Folder 17Business correspondence, July 1-11, 1865
Box 14, Folder 18Business correspondence, July 12-31, 1865
Box 14, Folder 19Business correspondence, Aug. 1865
Box 14, Folder 20Business correspondence, Sept. 1-14, 1865
Box 14, Folder 21Businsess correspondence, Sept. 15-30, 1865
Box 14, Folder 22Business correspondence, Oct. 1-19, 1865
Box 14, Folder 23Business correspondence, Oct. 20-31, 1865
Box 15, Folder 1Business correspondence, Nov. 1-10, 1865
Box 15, Folder 2Business correspondence, Nov. 11-30, 1865
Box 15, Folder 3Business correspondence, Dec. 1-11, 1865
Box 15, Folder 4Business correspondence, Dec. 12-24, 1865
Box 15, Folder 5Business correspondence, Dec. 25-31, 1865
Box 15, Folder 6Business correspondence, Jan. 1866
Box 15, Folder 7Business correspondence, Feb. 1866
Box 15, Folder 8Business correspondence, Mar. 1-10, 1866
Box 15, Folder 9Business correspondence, Mar. 11-31, 1866
Box 15, Folder 10Business correspondence, Apr.- May, 1866
Box 15, Folder 11Business correspondence, June- July, 1866
Box 15, Folder 12Business correspondence, Aug.- Dec. 1866
Box 15, Folder 13Business correspondence, Jan.- Apr. 1867
Box 15, Folder 14Business correspondence, May- Dec. 1867
Box 15, Folder 15Business correspondence, Jan.- Apr. 1868
Box 15, Folder 16Business correspondence, May- Aug, 1868
Box 15, Folder 17Business correspondence, Sept.- Dec., 1868
Box 15, Folder 18Business correspondence, Jan.- Feb. 1869
Box 15, Folder 19Business correspondence, Mar.- Dec. 1869
Box 16, Folder 1Business correspondence, 1870
Box 16, Folder 2Business correspondence, Jan. 1871
Box 16, Folder 3Business correspondence, Feb. 1871
Box 16, Folder 4Business correspondence, March, 1871
Box 16, Folder 5Business correspondence, April, 1871
Box 16, Folder 6Business correspondence, May 1-15, 1871
Box 16, Folder 7Business correspondence, May 16-31, 1871
Box 16, Folder 8Business correspondence, June, 1871
Box 16, Folder 9Business correspondence, July- August, 1871
Box 16, Folder 10Business correspondence, Sept.- Oct. 1871
Box 16, Folder 11Business correspondence, Nov. 1871
Box 16, Folder 12Business correspondence, Dec. 1-5, 1871
Box 16, Folder 13Business correspondence, Dec. 6-10, 1871
Box 16, Folder 14Business correspondence, Dec. 11-14, 1871
Box 16, Folder 15Business correspondence, Dec. 15-19, 1871
Box 16, Folder 16Business correspondence, Dec. 20-31, 1871
Box 17, Folder 1Business correspondence, Jan. 1-10, 1872
Box 17, Folder 2Business correspondence, Jan. 11-15, 1872
Box 17, Folder 3Business correspondence, Jan. 16-20, 1872
Box 17, Folder 4Business correspondence, Jan. 21-25, 1872
Box 17, Folder 5Business correspondence, Jan. 26-31, 1872
Box 17, Folder 6Business correspondence, Feb. 1-10, 1872
Box 17, Folder 7Business correspondence, Feb. 11-15, 1872
Box 17, Folder 8Business correspondence, Feb. 16-20, 1872
Box 17, Folder 9Business correspondence, Feb. 21-29, 1872
Box 17, Folder 10Business correspondence, Mar. 1- Apr. 10, 1872
Box 17, Folder 11Business correspondence, Apr. 11-20, 2018
Box 17, Folder 12Business correspondence, Apr. 21, 30, 1872
Box 17, Folder 13Business correspondence, May 1-10, 1872
Box 17, Folder 14Business correspondence, May 11-31, 1872
Box 17, Folder 15Business correspondence, June- Aug. 1872
Box 17, Folder 16Business correspondence, Sept.- Dec. 1872
Box 17, Folder 17Business correspondence, Jan. 1- Feb. 10, 1873
Box 17, Folder 18Business correspondence, Feb. 11- 20, 1873
Box 17, Folder 19Business correspondence, Feb. 21-28, 1873
Box 17, Folder 20Business correspondence, March, 1873
Box 17, Folder 21Business correspondence, April, 1873
Box 17, Folder 22Business correspondence, May- Aug. 1873
Box 17, Folder 23Business correspondence, Sept.- Nov. 1873
Box 17, Folder 24Business correspondence, Dec. 1-14, 1873
Box 17, Folder 25Business correspondence, Dec. 15-31, 1873
Box 18, Folder 1Business correspondence, Jan. 1-10, 1874
Box 18, Folder 2Business correspondence, Jan. 11-20, 1874
Box 18, Folder 3Business correspondence, Jan. 21-31, 1874
Box 18, Folder 4Business correspondence, Feb. 1874
Box 18, Folder 5Business correspondence, March 1874
Box 18, Folder 6Business correspondence, April- May 1874
Box 18, Folder 7Business correspondence, June- Aug. 1874
Box 18, Folder 8Business correspondence, Sept.- Dec. 1874
Box 18, Folder 9Business correspondence, Jan. 1-15, 1875
Box 18, Folder 10Business correspondence, Jan. 16-31, 1875
Box 18, Folder 11Business correspondence, Feb.- March 1875
Box 18, Folder 12Business correspondence, April- May 1875
Box 18, Folder 13Business correspondence, June- Oct. 1875
Box 18, Folder 14Business correspondence, Nov.- Dec. 1875
Box 18, Folder 15Business correspondence, Jan.- May 1876
Box 18, Folder 16Business correspondence, June- July 1876
Box 18, Folder 17Business correspondence, Aug.- Dec. 1876
Box 19, Folder 1Business correspondence, Jan.- Feb. 1877
Box 19, Folder 2Business correspondence, March- May 1877
Box 19, Folder 3Business correspondence, June- July 1877
Box 19, Folder 4Business correspondence, Aug.- Oct. 1877
Box 19, Folder 5Business correspondence, Nov.- Dec. 1877
Box 19, Folder 6Business correspondence, 1878
Box 19, Folder 7Business correspondence, Jan.- June 1879
Box 19, Folder 8Business correspondence, July- Sept. 1879
Box 19, Folder 9Business correspondence, Oct. 1879
Box 19, Folder 10Business correspondence, Nov.- Dec. 1879
Box 19, Folder 11Business correspondence, 1880-1890
Box 19, Folder 12Business correspondence, 1981
Box 19, Folder 13Business correspondence, n.y.
Box 19, Folder 14Business correspondence, n.d.
Box 19, Folder 15Business correspondence, fragments
Box 20, Folder 1ca., 1750-1800
Box 20, Folder 21817-1821
Box 20, Folder 31822-1823
Box 20, Folder 41824-1825
Box 20, Folder 51826-1827
Box 20, Folder 6Business correspondence, 1828-1833
Box 20, Folder 71834-1835
Box 20, Folder 81836-1840
Box 20, Folder 91841-1844
Box 20, Folder 101845-1857
Box 20, Folder 111859
Box 21, Folder 1Legal and financial records, 1858-1861
Box 21, Folder 2Legal and financial records, 1862-1864
Box 21, Folder 3Legal and financial records, Jan.- July 1865
Box 21, Folder 4Legal and financial records, Aug.- Dec. 1865
Box 21, Folder 5Legal and financial records, 1866-1868
Box 21, Folder 6Legal and financial records, 1869-1870
Box 21, Folder 7Legal and financial records, 1871
Box 21, Folder 8Legal and financial records, 1872-1873
Box 21, Folder 9Legal and financial records, 1874-1888
Box 21, Folder 10Legal and financial records, n.y.
Box 21, Folder 11Legal and financial records, n.d.
Box 21, Folder 12Legal and financial records, n.d.
Box 21, Folder 13Legal and financial records, n.d.
Box 21, Folder 14Legal and financial records, n.d.
Box 21, Folder 15Notices of protest, 1846, Jan.- Feb. 1847
Box 21, Folder 16Notices of protest, March 1847
Box 21, Folder 17Notices of protest, Apr.- Dec. 1847
Box 21, Folder 18Notices of protest, Jan.- July 1848
Box 21, Folder 19Notices of protest, Aug.- Dec. 1848
Box 21, Folder 20Notices of protest, Jan.- Apr. 1849
Box 21, Folder 21Notices of protest, May- Dec. 1849
Box 21, Folder 22Notices of protest, Jan.- Sept. 1850
Box 21, Folder 23Notices of protest, Oct.- Dec. 1850, 1851-1853, 1873
Box 21, Folder 24Blueprints
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Box 21, Folder 25Newspaper clippings
Box 22, Folder 1Printed material, A-AA
Box 22, Folder 2Printed materials, AC
Box 22, Folder 3Printed materials, AF-AW
Box 22, Folder 4Printed materials, B-D
Box 22, Folder 5Printed materials, canal and banking departments
Box 22, Folder 5aPrinted materials, F
Box 22, Folder 6Printed materials, G-K
Box 22, Folder 7Printed materials, M-N
Box 22, Folder 8Printed materials, P
Box 23, Folder 1Printed materials, RA-REM
Box 23, Folder 2Printed materials, REP (folder 1 of 2)
Box 23, Folder 4Printed materials, REP (folder 2 of 2)
Box 23, Folder 5Reunion of descendants of Andrew Ward
Box 23, Folder 6Printed materials, Union Blues
Box 23, Folder 7Printed materials, S
Box 23, Folder 8Tribute to Mrs. Hannah Paine
Box 23, Folder 9Printed materials
Box 24, Folder 1House of Representatives, bills
Box 24, Folder 2Accounting of canal projects
Box 24, Folder 3Convention proceedings
Box 24, Folder 4State assembly documents
Folder Letters from the following persons have been indexed:
Abbott, Benjamin Vaughan--August 24, 1872
Adams, Theodore--November 16, 1875
Allison, William Boyd--October 30, 1865
Anderson, Martin Brewer--November 1, 1865; February 25, 1873
Andrews, Ezra Randall--April 1, 1874
Arnold, Isaac Newton--December 22, 1875
Beach, William Augustus--October 16, 1849
Benedict, Oliver M.--December 9, 1873
Brown, Dyer Date Stanley--December 29, 1865; July 2, 1866; December 27, 1866; March 16, 1874
Bullock, Rufus Brown--May 4, 1865; December 6, 1865; March 23, 1867; March 21, 1874; January 1, 1875; December 16, 1875; December 27, 1875
Burbank, Gideon Webster: 1 letter--February 1, 1865
Butterfield, John: 8 letters--November 15, 1852; January 12, 1853; January 23, 1854; April 2, 1854; July 21, 1854; August 26, 1854; July 10, 1855; July 23, 1855
Butts, Isaac: 2 letters--February 27, 1864; March 7, 1864
Carey, Henry Charles: 4 letters--September 6, 1865; May 12, 1866; May 22, 1866; January 29, 1874
Casey, Joseph: 1 letter--October 6, 1868
Cattell, Alexander Gilmore: 1 letter--March 8, 1866
Chumasero, John Chamberlain: 7 letters--January 8, 1862; January 9, 1864; April 6, 1864; May 4, 1864; July 29, 1864; December 11, 1865; December 12, 1871
Chumasero, John T.: 4 letters--November 18, 1863; December 19, 1863; April 11, 1864; November 18, 1864
Clarke, Freeman to Charles Elliott Fitch: 1 letter--April 11, 1874
Clarke, Freeman to Marshall Jewell: 1 letter--January 30, 1875
Clarke, Freeman to T W Marshall: 1 letter--January 28, 1875
Clarke, Freeman to M R Seward: 1 letter--March 23, 1871
Clarke, Freeman to John Sherman: 1 letter--February 27, 1874
Clews, Henry: 2 letters--May 20, 1872; July 2, 1872
Coe, George Simmons: 3 letters--September 14, 1865; September 15, 1865; November 1, 1865
Conkling, Alfred: 3 letters--February 14, 1864; April 12, 1864; December 13, 1864
Conkling, Frederick Augustus: 1 letter--October 7, 1870
Cooke, Jay: 2 letters--[April 7,] 1865; April 10, 1865
Cutting, Sewell Sylvester: 1 letter--February 28, 1865
Dana, Charles Anderson: 2 letters--April 4, 1867; April 8, 1867
Davis, Noah: 1 letter--December 17, 1866
Dawson, George: 1 letter--January 5, 1872
Dewey, Charles Ayrault: 1 letter--March 3, 1864
Dewey, Chester: 2 letters--January 28, 1864; March 19, 1864
DeWitt, William H: 2 letters--February 9, 1865; April 20, 1865
Doolittle, James Rood: 2 letters--September 9, 1865; September 9, 1865
Doty, Lockwood Lyon: 1 letter--June 2, 1871
Douglass, Lewis H.: 1 letter--January 12, 1872
Ely, Alfred: 4 letters--January 19, 1865; February 1865; May 4, 1866; November 30, 1871
Fessenden, William Pitt: 1 letter--June 21, 1865
Fish, Hamilton: 1 letter--February 17, 1872
Follett, Oran 1: 1 letter--January 30, 1827
Forbes, John Murray: 1 letter--June 20, 1865
Francis, John Morgan: 1 letter--April 5, 1877
Gallatin, James: 1 letter--July 7, 1865
Gibbons, James Sloan: 1 letter--May 7, 1866
Grinnell, Josiah Bushnell: 1 letter--May 13, 1865
Hall, Nathan Kelsey: 2 letters--November 13, 1871; April 1, 1872
Hamilton, Schuyler: 5 letters--May 15, 1872; May 22, 1872; February 9, 1877; February 14, 1877; February 19, 1877
Hebard, Henry S.: 1 letter--December 6, 1871
Helper, Hinton Rowan: 1 letter--March 19, 1877
Hieronymo, Sister: 1 letter--January 15, 1872
Holmes, Charles Horace: 1 letter--January 19, 1871
Holmes, Elias Bellows: 2 letters--March 5, 1864; February 13, 1865
Howard, Jacob Merritt: 1 letter--May 21, 1866
Hunt, Washington--January 12, 1838; March 15, 1838; October 4, 1838; October 8, 1838; May 15, 1839; June 17, 1839; June 22, 1839; August 3, 1839; December 21, 1839; December 28, 1839; February 1,; 1840; September 17, 1842; October 12, 1842; November 24, 1842; June 24, 1843; December 21, 1843; March 20, 1844; August 13, 1844; October 23, 1844; November 12, 1844; January 18, 1845; June 18, 1846; December 15, 1846; February 27, 1848; April 25, 1848; June 30, 1848; August 28, 1848; October 18, 1848; November 26, 1849; April 20, 1850; October 2, 1850; November 12, 1851; May 24, 1852; June 3, 1853; March 28, 1854; July 7, 1854; November 28, 1854; December 2, 1854; May 28, 1857; October 11, 1858; December 27, 1858; April 12, 1859; January 25, 1862; April 19, 1862; October 31,1865
Huntington, Collis Potter to Fisk and Hatch: 1 letter--March 12, 1866
Jerome, Leonard W.: 2 letters--January 10, 1862; October 4, 1864
Johnson, Alexander Bryan: 1 letter--December 18, 1865
Kennedy, Joseph, Camp Griffith: 1 letter--March 30, 1864
Kimball & Co., William Smith: 2 letters--December 2, 1871; January 31, 1872
Knox, John Jay: 1 letter--May 29, 1872
Latham, George Robert: 1 letter--April 1865
Lattimore, Samuel Allan: 3 letters--January 22, 1872; February 28, 1872; January 7, 1874
McLean, Charles Donald: 1 letter--February 17, 1875
McCullock, Hugh: 1 letter--July 17, 1866
McMichael, Morton: 1 letter--May 2, 1865
Mason, Emma: 1 letter--April 6, 1865
Morgan, Edwin Denison: 5 letters--May 22, 1860; December 5, 1871; January 6, 1872; February 5, 1872; May 7, 1872
Morgan, Lewis Henry: 4 letters--January 7, 1864; March 8, 1864; December 15, 1870; May 7, 1872
Newton, Isaac: 1 letter--September 22, 1864
Olcott, Thomas Worth--July 19, 1851; October 26, 1853; November 14, 1853; June 30, 1854; July 15, 1854; December 10, 1862; December 15, 1862; August 25, 1863; November 7, 1863; November 19, 1863; January 27, 1864; February 20, 1864; February 27, 1864; April 6, 1864; April 20, 1864; March 10, 1865; April 6, 1865; April 25, 1865; May 3, 1865; May 16, 1865; May 18, 1865; May 27, 1865; June 13, 1865; June 19, 1865; June 24, 1865; June 24, 1865; July 14, 1865; October 11, 1865; December 4, 1865; December 5, 1865; December 13, 1865; December 18, 1865; December 19, 1865; December 20, 1865; December 28, 1865; December 30, 1865; January 17, 1866; January 26, 1866; January 31, 1866; February 6, 1866; February 16, 1866; March 2, 1866; March 3, 1866; May 4, 1866; June 2, 1866; June 13, 1866; June 15, 1866; June 22, 1866; October 5, 1866; December 15, 1866; December 19, 1866; January 29, 1874
O'Reilly, Henry --May 10, 1864; May 17, 1864; May 24, 1864; June 7, 1864; September 20, 1867; November 4, 1868; November 20, 1868; May 18, 1871; January 18, 1872; February 19, 1872; June 21, 1872; August 20, 1873; October 11, 1873; September 25, 1874
Orton, William: 1 letter--April 5, 1872
Osborn, Thomas Andrew: 2 letters--February 20, 1839; March 2, 1839
Page, Henry C.: 1 letter--December 19, 1863
Peck, Everard: 3 letters--June 8, 1838; July 7, 1834; July 14, 1834
Perry, Eli: 1 letter--January 28, 1873
Pomeroy, Samuel Clarke: 1 letter--December 11, 1870
Pomeroy, Theodore Medad: 3 letters--July 21, 1876; July 27, 1876; March 27, 1877
Pool, John: 1 letter--April 29, 1872
Poor, Henry Varnum: 1 letter--February 12, 1866
Potter, Clarkson Nott: 1 letter--February 19, 1873
Pruyn, John V L : 1 letter--May 3, 1867
Quinby, Isaac Ferdinand: 5 letters--November 30, 1865; May 15, 1871; to E M Smith [May] 1871; February 5, 1872; August 24, 1874; December 2, 1874
Reynolds, William Abelard: 2 letters--January 11, 1864; January 13, 1864
Robb, James: 1 letter--March 5, 1866
Roberts, Ellis Henry: 2 letters--April 22, 1871; May 6, 1871
Roby, Sidney B.: 1 letter--July 8, 1875
Rochester, Thomas Hart: 1 letter--January 27, 1840
Scott, Thomas Alexander: 1 letter--February 12, 1872
Selden, Henry Rogers: 1 letter--November 18, 1871
Selye, Lewis: 2 letters--June 16, 1865; February 12, 1869
Sherwood, Isaac Ruth: 2 letters--June 3, 1875; July 9, 1875
Smith, Erasmus Darwin: 1 letter--December 12, 1864
Smith, Erasmus Peshine: 1 letter--March 21, 1872
Spaulding, Elbridge Gerry: 5 letters--December 6, 1865; December 20, 1869; April 21, 1870
Spinner, Francis Elias: 1 letter--January 19, 1864
Stillson, Jerome B.: 2 letters--January 21, 1862; February 7, 1862
Stone, David Marvin: 1 letter--May 4, 1866
Strong, Alvah: 1 letter--April 4, 1864
Tappen, Frederick Dobbs: 1 letter--February 14, 1873
Thomas, Arad: 2 letters--May 15, 1872; May 25, 1872
Tyner, James Noble: 1 letter--March 4, 1873
[Van Buren, John Dash]: 1 letter--June 13, 1866
Van Buren, John Dash: 8 letters--June 19, 1866; June 25, 1866; June 26, 1866; July 14, 1866; January 16, 1872; December 18, 1875; December 22, 1875; February 17, 1876
Van Voorhis, John: 2 letters--March 16, 1866; December 5, 1871
Vick, James: 2 letters--February 6, 1874; March 6, 1876
Walker, F R : 1 letter--September 24, 1862
Ward, Henry Augustus: 1 letter--January 12, 1875
Wells, David Ames: 7 letters--April 17, 1865; May 4, 1865; May 4, 1865; June 24, 1865; July 19, 1865; January 8, 1872; February 1875
Wells, Henry: 1 letter--September 10, 1855
Wilson, Robert Anderson: 1 letter--April 7, 1864


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