United States -- Politics and government -- 19th century
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains thirteen letters, nine of which are from Bayard to Emory. The correspondence is mainly of a political and diplomatic nature. Bayard Emory to be Director of the Pan American Union. In the letters Bayard discusses events of the day, personal views on Presidents Grover Cleveland and William McKinley, treaties (especially arbitration concerning the preservation of seals in the Bering Sea), the silver standard and free coinage of silver, and tariff reform.
The collection is comprised primarily of correspondence as well as legal documents, deeds, wills and indentures, and some of Judge John Glenn's and his son William Wilkins Glenn’s personal correspondence, including letters from Reverdy Johnson, Daniel Webster, Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, Maryland Governor Thomas Pratt, General Henry Heth, General Louis Wigfall.
This collection consists of correspondence, financial papers, and legal papers from members of the McLane family of Delaware and Baltimore, and the Fisher family of Baltimore. The collection is primarily McLane family materials.
This collection consists of photocopies from sections of the diaries of Phoebe George Bradford (1794-1840), a native of Cecil County, Maryland, and resident of Wilmington, Delaware. The diaries contain descriptions of social doings and daily activities, opinions on family matters and religion, and occasional references to national matters and local happenings.