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Finding aid for the General Historical Manuscripts and Ephemera collection 6004
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Box 1, Folder 1

Jefferson, Thomas 1780, 1822, 1826, 1842

Scope and Content

Three letters signed by Thomas Jefferson, two in his hand. Letter dated November 2, 1780 discusses the dispensing of military aid from counties north of Rappahanock. Letter dated December 12, 1822 (bound in folder) sends salutations, in third person, to Dr. Cutting, and discusses his age, physical infirmities, and mental clarity. Letter dated March 22, 1826 is a letter of introduction for his grandson, Thomas Jefferson Randolph, to Governor Clinton. Latter two letters sent from Monticello. Accompanied by facsimile of Henry Clay letter, dated September 13, 1842. Authentication of the letters performed by Huntington Library, 1960.
Box 1, Folder 2

Smith, William S. 1790 May 15

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Letter from Smith, John Adams' son-in-law, discussing George Washington's health and the status of Senate business at that time.
Box 1, Folder 3

Los Angeles election returns for Justice of the Peace 1850 November 4

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Manuscript of certification of election results for Justice of the Peace for Los Angeles. Signed by Judges of Election Jose Antonio Carrillo, Juan Sepulveda (the election winner), John Ricord, Francisco J. Alvarado, and J.S. Mallard [?]. Participating in the election were Sepulveda, William B. Osburn, and Francisco Alvarado.
Box 1, Folder 4

Members of Abraham Lincoln's Cabinet 1855-1881

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Autographs, generally in the form of signed notes and letters. Some engravings are also included. Blair, Cameron, Fessenden, and Chase letters dated prior to Lincoln administration; Seward and Dennison letters dated after Lincoln administration. Also includes a letter from prominent New York Republican and journalist Henry Jarvis Raymond.
 

Blair, Montgomery 1855 June 9

 

Chase, Salmon P. 1861 February 6

 

Cameron, Simeon 1860 November 12

 

Dennison, William 1881 April 14

 

Fessenden, William Pitt 1860[?] August 15

 

Raymond, Henry Jarvis 1858 April 2

 

Seward, William H. 18[?]5 October 11

Box 1, Folder 5

Cleveland, Grover 1877 April 1

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Stock certificate for one share of the Beaver Island Club, signed by Cleveland.
Box 1, Folder 6

Debs, Eugene V. circa 1919

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Letters from Debs to Ruth LePrade, sent en route to and from prison.
Box 1, Folder 7

Lindbergh, Charles A. 1928 May 6

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Autographed photograph of Lindberg, addressed to J.B. Lyman, V.P. of Maddox Air Lines, Inc.
Box 1, Folder 8

Roosevelt, Franklin D. 1928 September 14

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Copy of letter to Mr. John Elliot, Los Angeles, in which he inquires about Elliot's decision about supporting Governor Smith as a presidential candidate.
Box 1, Folder 9

Washington, George and Martha undated

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Locks of hair.