Theodore Medad Pomeroy Papers

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Theodore Medad Pomeroy papers
Creator: Pomeroy, Theodore Medad, 1824-1905
Call Number: D.36
Dates: 1861-1868
Physical Description: 2 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
Subject(s)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Content List
Collection Overview
Title: Theodore Medad Pomeroy papers
Creator: Pomeroy, Theodore Medad, 1824-1905
Call Number: D.36
Dates: 1861-1868
Physical Description: 2 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
Theodore Pomeroy of Auburn, N.Y. served in the 37th Congress (1861-1863) as a Representative of the N.Y. 25th District (Cayuga and Wayne Counties) and in the 38th-40th Congresses (1863-1869) as a Representative from the 24th District (Cayuga, Wayne and Seneca Counties).

Scope and Content
The collection consists of letters from constituents on such matters as postmasterships and other political appointments, topics related to the Civil War, requests for government documents, political party matters, etc. This is not his total incoming correspondence and it is not known how representative it is. There is a small amount of family correspondence to Pomeroy and a small amount of correspondence not to Pomeroy which came with the Papers. Its original relationship, if any, to the Pomeroy Papers is not known.

There is a small amount of family correspondence to Pomeroy. Also there is a small amount of correspondence not to Pomeroy which came with the Papers. Its original relationship, if any, to the Pomeroy Papers is not known.

Subject(s):
New York (State)--Auburn
American Civil War (1861-1865)
Correspondence
Pomeroy, Theodore Medad, 1824-1905
United States. Congress
Politicians
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Mrs. Charles Burch, March 1973.Access
The Theodore Medad Pomeroy 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
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[Item title, item date], Theodore Medad Pomeroy papers, D.36, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
Administrative Information
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Content List
Text Box 1, Folder 1Correspondence, 1861-June 30, 1861
Text Box 1, Folder 2Correspondence, July 1-10, 1862
Text Box 1, Folder 3Correspondence, July 11-31, 1862
Text Box 1, Folder 4Correspondence, August 1862
Text Box 1, Folder 5Correspondence, September 1-October 15, 1862
Text Box 1, Folder 6Correspondence, October 16-25, 1862
Text Box 1, Folder 7Correspondence, October 26-December 31, 1862
Text Box 1, Folder 8Correspondence, January 1-March 31, 1863
Text Box 1, Folder 9Correspondence, April 1863
Text Box 1, Folder 10Correspondence, May 1863
Text Box 1, Folder 11Correspondence, June 1-July 31, 1863
Text Box 1, Folder 12Correspondence, August 1863
Text Box 1, Folder 13Correspondnece, September 1-December 31, 1863
Text Box 1, Folder 14Correspondence, January 1-July 15, 1864
Text Box 1, Folder 15Correspondence, July 16-August 31, 1864
Text Box 1, Folder 16Correspondence, September 1864
Text Box 1, Folder 17Correspondence, October 1864
Text Box 1, Folder 18Correspondence, November-December 1864
Text Box 1, Folder 19Correspondence, January-May 1865
Text Box 1, Folder 22Correspondence, September-December 1865
Text Box 2, Folder 1Correspondence, January 1-April 15, 1866
Text Box 2, Folder 2Correspondence, April 16-June 30, 1866
Text Box 2, Folder 3Correspondence, July 1866
Text Box 2, Folder 4Correspondence, August 1866
Text Box 2, Folder 5Correspondence, September-December 1866
Text Box 2, Folder 6Correspondence, January 1-February 28, 1867
Text Box 2, Folder 7Correspondence, March 1-May 31, 1867
Text Box 2, Folder 8Correspondence, March 1-May 31, 1867
Text Box 2, Folder 9Correspondence, January 1-December 31, 1868
Text Box 2, Folder 10Correspondence, no year
Text Box 2, Folder 11Correspondence, no date
Text Box 2, Folder 12Dennis Sheil Correspondence, 1865-1866
Text Box 2, Folder 13Miscellaneous correspondence, 1841-1864
Text Box 2, Folder 14Manuscript material: non-letters
Text Box 2, Folder 15Printed material: newspaper bills, bock ads, etc.
Text Box 2, Folder 16Printed material: miscellaneous


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