Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center

 

William King Rogers

 

GA-41

Introduction

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content

Inventory

 

Introduction

 

William King Rogers was a lifelong friend of President Rutherford B. Hayes and served as his private secretary during his White House years. He practiced law in Cincinnati, Ohio, with Hayes and Richard M. Corwine and was later involved in the settlement and expansion of Hastings, Minnesota and Duluth, Minnesota. He married Mary Andrews in 1862 and they were the parents of four children.

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The William King Rogers Papers were acquired by purchase and donation in 1951 and 1952. They include the business papers of Rogers’ father-in-law, Dr. John Andrews of Steubenville, Ohio, as well as photocopies of Rogers’ correspondence with Jessie Benton Fremont. Topics of interest include Rogers’ involvement in the Chiriqui Improvement Co., investments in north Mexican mines, mining in the Arizona Territory and railroads in the Southern United States.

Biographical Sketch

 

William King Rogers, son of Samuel Rogers and Juliet Hollister Rogers, was born in Circleville, Ohio, on October 14th, 1829. Following his mother’s death at age ten, he was taken to a school in Gambier, Ohio operated by Rev. Alfred Blake and Rev. Badger, where he remained until maturity. In compliance with his mother’s deathbed wish, he studied for the ministry at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, graduating in 1848. It was at Kenyon College where Rogers met Rutherford B. Hayes during Hayes’ annual return to his alma mater for commencement. The two became close friends. Shortly after graduating from Kenyon College, Rogers resigned from the ministry for reasons of poor health. He subsequently studied law at Harvard Law School and was later admitted to the Ohio bar. In January of 1854, Rogers became a law partner with his close friend Rutherford B. Hayes and Hayes’ then law partner Richard M. Corwine in Cincinnati, Ohio, forming Corwine, Hayes and Rogers.

 

In 1856, Rogers relocated to Minnesota for reasons of poor health. He was involved in the settlement and development of Hastings, Minnesota, owning approximately one-third of the land there. After Minnesota achieved statehood, he was admitted to the bar of Dakota County, Minnesota and ultimately became an alderman.

 

After some years in Minnesota, Rogers returned to Ohio and married Mary Andrews, daughter of Dr. John and Phebe Lord Andrews of Steubenville, Ohio, on July 1st, 1862. Their marriage ultimately produced four children, William King Rogers, Jr., born 1863; Phebe Lord Rogers, born 1866; Andrews Rogers, born 1873; and Rutherford Hayes Rogers, born 1879. Shortly after their marriage, the couple moved to Duluth, Minnesota, where Rogers invested in the land development of the city. Rogers was plagued by financial misfortune and suffered heavy losses in the Chicago Fire of 1871. He encountered further financial difficulties in partnership with Hayes in the development of a block in Duluth. Further exasperating his financial problems, Rogers lost much of his wealth in Hastings due to flooding.

 

On March 5th, 1877 after the inauguration of Rutherford B. Hayes, William King Rogers was appointed his private secretary and served for the duration of Hayes’ single presidential term. During this time, he promoted the plans of Ambrose Thompson’s Chiriqui Improvement Company to develop and build a canal across the isthmus in the region of Chiriqui, now part of Costa Rica and Panama. Rogers also maintained contact with General John Fremont, then governor of the Arizona Territory, and his wife Jessie Benton Fremont in regard to the development of mines in the region. He also had a hand in the further development of the Washington D.C. area with the proposal given in 1879 for a sea wall along the Potomac River and the creation of a tidal basin. Similar plans were taken up under Brigadier General Thomas Casey of the Army Corps of Engineers, a friend of President Hayes. During this time, Rogers also invested in the rapid expansion of the mining industry in the north of Mexico during the Profirian era.

 

Following the end of Hayes’ presidential term, Rogers established a law partnership in Washington, D. C. with Quinton Corwine, son of his former law partner. After less than a year in Washington, he relocated to Columbus, Ohio, where he continued the practice of law. By 1886 he had become the executor of his father-in-law’s, Dr. John Andrews, estate and managed the numerous investments in Steubenville, Ohio, in particular Andrews’ share of the Steubenville and Indiana Railroad Company. He remained in Columbus for thirteen years and ultimately died there on August 5th, 1893. His wife, Mary Andrews survived him for many years and in 1917 wrote a short family history of the Rogers family, extending back to 1800, and the Andrews family, extending back to 1793.

 

Scope and Content

 

 

The collection contains 3,018 pieces, dating from 1830 to 1922. The bulk of the collection covers the time period from 1875 to 1885. The collection primarily concerns Ohio and Minnesota land development and Rogers’ years as private secretary to Rutherford B. Hayes. The collection is includes family and general correspondence during Rogers’ years as private secretary to President Hayes; legal papers; business papers primarily on mining; and to a lesser extent on railroads of the Southern United States and Chiriqui Improvement Co.; Rogers’ 1873 diary; documents; maps; photographs; and clippings.

 

Also included are business and investment papers of Dr. John Andrews, correspondence of Orville Grant, Donn Piatt, Rutherford B. Hayes and photostatic copies of letters from John C. and Jessie B. Fremont to Rogers dating from 1878 to1880. (The originals are housed at the Bancroft Library.)

 

By 1886, Rogers had become the executor of his father-in-law’s estate, Dr. John Andrews. He obtained his banking and investment papers and account book, which are included in this collection. Dr. John Andrews was instrumental in the development of  Steubenville, Ohio. A physician by occupation, he was also a local banker, founding member and proponent of the Steubenville and Indiana Railroad and founding chairman of the Steubenville Board of Education. His business career culminated in the presidency of the State Bank of Ohio in Columbus, Ohio.

 

Arranged chronologically in Boxes 1 through 3 is Rogers’ correspondence, spanning the years from 1849 to 1891. A portion of Box 3 contains Ambrose Thompson’s correspondence and Chiriquri Improvement legal papers.  Box 4 contains legal papers, deeds, and other documents concerning mining and land investments.  Also found here are Andrews’ family and business papers. The bulk of the oversize materials consist of maps, deeds, contracts, tax records, mining notes, and several pieces of correspondence. Following the box inventory is an item-level listing of the contents of this collection.

 

 

Inventory

 

Ac. 682, 709

4 ¾ linear ft

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Box 1

 

1.      WKR Correspondence – Undated

2.      WKR Correspondence – 1849-1856

3.      WKR Correspondence – 1857-1870

4.      WKR Correspondence - 1871-1873

5.      WKR Correspondence -1874

6.      WKR Correspondence -1875

7.      WKR Correspondence - Jan.-July 1876

8.      WKR Correspondence - Aug.-Dec. 1876

9.      WKR Correspondence - 1877 Undated

10.  WKR Correspondence – Jan. – Mar. 1877

11.  WKR Correspondence – Apr. 1-15, 1877

12.  WKR Correspondence – Apr. 16-30, 1877

13.  WKR Correspondence – May 1-15, 1877

14.  WKR Correspondence –May 16-31, 1877

15.  WKR Correspondence – June 1877

16.  WKR Correspondence –July 1877

17.  WKR Correspondence –Aug. 1877

18.  WKR Correspondence – Sept. 1877

19.  WKR Correspondence – Oct. 1-15, 1877

20.  WKR Correspondence – Oct. 15-31, 1877

21.  WKR Correspondence – Nov. 1877

22.  WKR Correspondence – Dec. 1877

23.  WKR Correspondence –1878 Undated

24.  WKR Correspondence – Jan., 1878

25.  WKR Correspondence – Feb., 1878

26.  WKR Correspondence – Mar., 1878

27.  WKR Correspondence – Apr., 1878

28.  WKR Correspondence – May, 1878

29.  WKR Correspondence – June, 1878

30.  WKR Correspondence – July, 1878

31.  WKR Correspondence – Aug.-Sept., 1878

32.  WKR Correspondence – Oct. 1878

33.  WKR Correspondence – Nov. 1878

34.  WKR Correspondence – Dec. 1878

 

Box 2

 

1.      WKR Correspondence – 1879 Undated

2.      WKR Correspondence –  Jan. 1879

3.      WKR Correspondence –  Feb. 1879

4.      WKR Correspondence –  Mar. 1879

5.      WKR Correspondence –  Apr. 1879

6.      WKR Correspondence –  May 1879

7.      WKR Correspondence –  June 1879

8.       WKR Correspondence –  July 1879

9.      WKR Correspondence –  Aug. 1879

10.  WKR Correspondence –  Oct. 1879

11.  WKR Correspondence –  Nov. 1879

12.  WKR Correspondence –  Dec. 1879

13.  WKR Correspondence –  1880 Undated

14.  WKR Correspondence –  Jan. 1880

15.  WKR Correspondence –  Feb. 1880

16.  WKR Correspondence –  Mar. 1880

17.  WKR Correspondence –  Apr. 1880

18.  WKR Correspondence –  May 1880

19.  WKR Correspondence –  June 1880

20.  WKR Correspondence –  July 1-16, 1880

21.  WKR Correspondence –  July 17-31, 1880

22.  WKR Correspondence –  Aug. 1880

23.  WKR Correspondence –  Sept. 1880

24.  WKR Correspondence –  Oct. 1880

25.  WKR Correspondence –  Nov. 1880

26.  WKR Correspondence –  Dec. 1-15, 1880

27.  WKR Correspondence –  Dec. 16-31, 1880

28.  WKR Correspondence –  1881 Undated

29.  WKR Correspondence –  Jan. 1-15, 1881

30.  WKR Correspondence –  Jan. 16-31, 1881

31.  WKR Correspondence –  Feb. 1881

32.  WKR Correspondence –  Mar. 1881

33.  WKR Correspondence –  Apr. 1881

 

Box 3

 

1.      WKR Correspondence –  May 1881

2.      WKR Correspondence –  June 1881

3.      WKR Correspondence –  July-Dec. 1881

4.      WKR Correspondence –  1876-1881 Undated

5.      WKR Correspondence –  1882 Undated

6.      WKR Correspondence –  Jan. – June 1882

7.      WKR Correspondence –  June – Dec. 1882

8.      WKR Correspondence –  1883 Undated

9.      WKR Correspondence –  Jan.-June 1883

10.  WKR Correspondence –  July-Dec. 1883

11.  WKR Correspondence –  Jan.-Dec. 1884

12.  WKR Correspondence –  1885

13.  WKR Correspondence –  1886

14.  WKR Correspondence –  1887

15.  WKR Correspondence –  1888

16.  WKR Correspondence –  1889

17.  WKR Correspondence –  1890

18.  WKR Correspondence –  1891

19.  WKR Correspondence –   1893-1908

20.  WKR Correspondence –  1916-1947

21.   A.W. Thompson Papers – 1860-1883

22.  Misc. Papers 1850-1886 [Thompson]

23.  Misc. Papers [Thompson] Chiriqui Improvement Co. Deed July 28, 1855

24.  Misc. Papers [Thompson] Undated

25.  WKR Correspondence –  Misc. Undated

26.  WKR Correspondence –  Misc. Undated

27.  WKR Correspondence –  Misc. Undated

28.  WKR Correspondence –  Misc. Undated

29.  WKR Correspondence –  Misc. Undated

30.  Misc. Legal Papers –1871-1889

31.  Misc. Legal Papers undated

 

Box 4

 

1.      Misc. mining notes.

2.      Don Piatt Papers.

3.      J.W. Bigelow papers – n.d. 1883

4.      Eastern Kentucky Timber & Mineral Land Co. papers 1878-1892 Chester Minot and John Hazelrigg

5.      Inter-ocean canal routes – news clippings

6.      Orville Grant papers.

7.      Andrews papers - 1830-1865

8.      Andrews papers - 1866-1892

9.      Andrews papers  - Undated

10.  Andrews papers – Notebook 1819-1826; 1830-1832 Explorer’s Notes from Lake of the Woods n.d.

11.  Photograph

12.  Sketch of Samuel Rogers

 

Index

 

An Act to Incorporate the Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio Railroad Co., Approved, Feb. 20, 1878

 

Agricultural & Mechanical Society of Western Maryland, Cumberland, Maryland, printed announcement, Oct. 1, 1878

 

Anderson, R.C., Dayton, Ohio Mar.ch 9, 1877

----- April 27, 1877

----- June 7, 1877

----- June 10, 1877

----- June 28, 2877

----- July 19, 1877

----- Dec. 29, 1877

 

Army & Navy Assembly Club, invitation, Jan. 10, 24, and Feb. 7, 21,. 1881.

 

Assignment of ¼ interest of S. Am. West Coast Cable, to WKR signed by J.W. Fralick, Chas. T. Murphy, and Lorin Bloget. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania July 30, 1880

 

Associated industries of the U.S. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, See Also Lorin Bloget

 

Averell, O.J., to G.S. Sedgwick, June 19, 1880

----- Bath, New York, June 26, 1880

----- Salt Lake City, Utah, July 7, 1880  

----- Salt Lake City, Utah, July 16, 1880

----- Salt Lake City, Utah, July 19, 1880

----- To Geo. W. Sedgwick, Washington, Aug. 12, 1880

----- Bath, New York, Nov. 26, 1880

----- New York City, Dec. 14, 1880

----- New York City, Dec. 15, 1880

----- New York City, Dec. 23, 1880

----- Bath, New York, Dec. 24, 1880

----- New York City, Jan. 4 1881

----- New York City, to WKR, Jan. 5, 1881

----- New York City, Mar.h 17, 1881

 

Baker, J.W. – Estimation cost o plant for manufacture of water, gas, and transmission from to Pennsylvania coal mines to Jersey City. Manuscript draft.

             

Bardon, James, Superior, Wisconsin Sept. 24, 1877

 

Barnum, G.G. Duluth, June 25, 1879

 

Baskin, R.N. to Geo. S. Sedgwick, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 28, 1880

------to Geo. S. Sedgewick, Salt Lake City, Telegram, July 7, 1880

------Salt lake City, to Geo. S. Sedgewick, Aug. 5, 1880

 

Bateman, Warner M. from WKR, Sept. 3 1877 [copy]

----- from WKR, Sept. 26, 1877 [copy]

----- Cincinnati, April 6, 1877 [copy]

----- July 25, 1878 [copy]

----- Cincinnati, Aug. 9 1878 [copy]

----- from WKR August 12, 1878 [copy]

----- Telegram from WKR, Feb. 27 1879

----- Telegram from WKR, Mar. 7, 1879

----- Telegram from WKR Mar. 7, 1879 [2nd]

----- Telegram from WKR Mar. 24, 1878

----- from WKR Jan. 2, 1881 [copy]

----- from WKR Jan. 5, 1881 [copy]

----- from WKR Jan. 7, 1881

----- Telegram from WKR Jan. 8, 1881 [copy]

 

Bean , Ed. S., Chief Head Clerk, RMS, dtd St. Paul, Minnesota, Dec. 17, 1880 [route agent]

 

Bedell, G.T. Duluth, Minnesota July 9, 1880

 

Beech, Bessie, Correspondent, Cleveland plain Dealer, Our Washington letter, The State Banquet in honor of the Grand Duke, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Apr. 24, 1877

 

Bell, A., Asst. Secy, Dept. of the Interior, July 9, 1879

----- Dept. of Interior, Jan. 20, 1881

 

Benet, S. V., to the Secy of War, Jan. 22, 1881.

 

Benjamin, S.N. War. Dept. July 14, 1879

 

Biddle, Andrew P., Grosse Ile, Michigan to Sidney D. Miller, May 8, 1878

 

Bigelow, J.W., New York, Mar. 15, 1881

 

Blackfan, Joseph H. Supt. Of Foreign Mails, Dec. 19, 1878

 

Bludget, Bessie B. to WKR, Jan. 2, 1881

 

Blodget, Lorin Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Nov. 20, 1877

-----Washington, D.C. Dec. 9, 1877

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Mar. 6, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Mar. 19, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Apr. 5, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Apr. 27, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Aug. 6, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nov. 13, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dec. 14, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jan. 16, 1879

----- New York, New York  Feb. 18, 1879

----- 204 Walnut Place Jan. 7, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mar.ch 10, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania July 30, 1880 - Assignment of ¼ interest of S. Am. West Coast Cable, to WKR, signed by J.W. Fralick, Chas. T. Murphy, and Lorin Blodget

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Aug. 13 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Aug. 14, 1880 enclosing copy of letter James A. Scrymser, London, to Messrs Fralick, Murphy and Co. July 24, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sept. 7, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nov. 5, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nov. 12, 1880

----- New York, New York, Jan. 29, 1881

 

Booklet, “The Chrysolite Silver Mining Co.” from Leaderville Chronicle, Feb. 28, 1880

 

Bond, Frank S. Texas and Pacific R.R. Co., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania dated Jan. 11, 1881

 

Memorandum of description in deeds of M.H. Bornn and Mar.y Reardon and James F. Reardon to WKR, Jan. 12, 1877

 

Bradley, F.G. Chicago, Illinois, July 11, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, Dec. 6, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, May 20, 1878

----- Chicago, Illinois, June 5, 1878

----- Chicago, Illinois, Dec. 5, 1878

----- Chicago, Illinois, Feb. 22, 1879

 

Brown, John C. Col., c/o J.C. Brown telegram to WKR dated Marshall, Texas, Jan. 3 1881

----- Marshall, Texas, Jan. 5, 1881

----- Marshall, Texas, Jan. 8, 1881

----- Marshall, Texas, Jan. 28, 1881

 

Brown, Sevellon A., Chief Clerk, Dept. of State, July 8, 1879

 

Bryan, Guy M., Cincinnati, Ohio May 4, 1877 Enclosure from Mrs. E.H. Stevens to WKR, May 16, 1877

 

Burke, W., Tongue River, Montana Territory, Sept, 11 1877

Burt, Silas W. New York, Nov. 15, 1880

 

Bywater, M.H. Duluth, Minnesota, June 27, 1879

 

California Water and Mining Co., See also De Kay, Drake

 

Carroll, S.S., July 8 1880 Copy of Indenture, between Truman, T. Chapman and Joseph M. Dunningham, Jan. 9, 1878; copy made July 15, 1880, by John Florence, probate Clerk

 

Cash, Daniel G., Duluth Minnesota, Dec. 24, 1879 Encloses copy of communication, William W. Spalding and others to W.D. Washburn, M.C. Washington, D.C. Dec. 22 1879

 

Chandler, Zach, Detroit, Michigan Sept. 25, 1879 to John Sherman [copy]

 

Chapin, James, Los Angeles, California Dec. 31, 1880

 

Christiancy, J.P. Lima, Peru Dec. 17, 1879 [copy?]

 

Cincinnati Southern Railway See also Davis, W. Henry

 

Clarke, James to R.N. Baskin, Salt Lake City, Utah, Mar. 10, 1880 [copy?]

 

Clarke, Stephen G., New York, Mar.ch 17, 1881

 

Clifford, Thomas, Mar. 16, 1881 note protested made by G. S. Sedgwick Nov. 13 1880 and Mar.ch 13, 1880

 

Clifford, Thomas B., New York Mar.ch 16 [14?], 1881 draft protest G.S. Sedgwick

----- New York, Mar. 26, 1881 draft protest G.S. Sedgwick

 

Clough, W.P. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Apr. 17, 1877

 

Cole, A.N. Chairman, New York, National Reform League of New York, printed letter 1876

----- to WKR, Jan. 1 1878

-----Washington, D.C., Oct. 17, 1877

----- Wellsville, New York, Jan. 18, 1878

----- Belmont, New York, Jan. 25, 1878

----- Wellsville, New York, Feb. 6, 1878

----- Stanvix, Hall, Albany, New York, Apr. 25, 1878

----- Albany, New York, Apr. 25, 1878

----- Albany, New York, May 1, 1878

----- Albany, New York, May 2, 1878

----- Albany, New York, May 9, 1878

----- Belmont, New York, June 17, 1878

----- Wellsville, New York, July 16, 1878

----- Washington, D.C., July 24, 1878

----- Wellsville, New York, July 26, 1878

----- Wellsville, New York, Aug. 13, 1878

----- Belmont, New York, Nov. 7, 1878

-----Wellsville, New York, Nov. 16, 1878

----- Wellsville, New York, Dec. 5, 1878

----- Belmont, New York, Dec. 13, 1878

----- Wellsville, New York, Dec. 19, 1878

----- Wellsville, New York, Dec. 28, 1878

----- Wellsville New York, Jan. 14, 1879

----- Belmont, New York, Jan. 20, 1879

----- Wellsville, New York, Feb. 22, 1879

----- Belmont, New York, July 15, 1879

----- New York City, New York, Republican Reform League, Feb. 10, 1880, encloses broadside, “The Duty of the Hour.”

----- Telegram, Brooklyn, New York Feb. 10, 1880

----- Republican Reform League, Mar. 3, 1880

----- Belmont, New York, Free Press and Farmer, Mar. 5, 1880

----- Belmont, New York, June 3, 1880 Enclosed clippings

----- Wellsville, New York, Dec. 25, 1880

----- Wellsville, New York, Dec. 25, 1880

----- Wellsville, New York, Jan. 4, 1881

----- Washington, D.C., Senate Chamber, Feb. 12, 1881

 

Comly, James, M. New Orleans, Louisiana, Telegram, May 10, 1877 [copy]

 

Comstock, Anthony, New York City, New York, July 28, 1879

 

Executive committee on inaugural ceremonies, H.C. Corbin, corresponding secretary, appting WKR to Reception Committee, Inauguration Mar. 4 [5?], 1881

 

Corwine, R.M. July, 26, 1856

----- Oct. 1, 1856

 

Crane, C.H. Asst. Surg. Gen., War Dept., July 11, 1879

 

Copy of Deed o Colorado Grant by Willim Breeden, Mar. 1870. [Copy] July 7, 1880 by John T. Crawford, Co. Clerk, County of Pueblo, Colorado

 

Crosley, H.V. Chief signal Officer to Sec. Of war, Jan. 26 1881 Enclosed lost of public documents sent to WKR

 

Crump, W., Sons’ and Co., Mar. 11, 1879 [copy]

 

Curtis, George William from WKR, Feb. 23, 1880 [copy]

Congress, House Bill, 45th Congress, 2d Sess. H.R. 4130 “Relating to telegraphic communication between the U.S. and foreign countries, Mar. 29, 1878

----- 45th Congress, 3d Sess., Report #108 H.R. Treaty with Mexico, Feb. 13, 1879

----- 45th Congress, 3d Sess. H.R. 220: Joint Resolution, providing for a treaty with Mexico, Jan. 27, 1879

----- Bill, H.R. 43 [48?], 46th Congress, 1st Sess. “Authorizing the appointment of commissioners to ascertain on what terms a mutually beneficial treaty of commerce with Mexico can be arranged”, May 5, 1879

----- Bill, H.R. 48, 46th Congress, 1st Sess., “In relation to the International Exposition to be held in the City of Mexico in the year 1880.” May 5, 1879

----- Bill, H.R. 48, 46th Congress, 1st, Sess. “Providing for survey and report of best route for postal and commercial purposes from Texas to Gulf of California in the year 1880.” May 5, 1879

----- Bill, H.R. 48, 46th Congress, 1st Sess. “Providing a treaty with Republic of Mexico.” Apr. 21, 1879

----- Bill, H.R., 2967, 46th Congress, 2d Sess. “To Authorize the Sec. of war to contact with the San Antonio and Mexican Border R.R. Co. for immediate construction of a railroad” Dec. 15, 1879

-----Bill, H.R., An act to provide for ascertaining and settling private land claims in certain states and territories, Jan. 28, 1881, S. 818

----- Bill, H.R. 159, Joint Resolution requesting the President to invite the Government of Mexico to enter into a treaty, and so forth Jan. 7, 1880

----- Bill, H.R. 278, Authorizing and instructing the Sec. of Navy to take necessary steps to secure adequate coaling stations, ect. At proper points on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of Central American and the American Isthmus” Apr. 12, 1880

 

Congress, Senate Resolution No. 11, Joint Resolution, Dec. 14, 1877

----- Points for consideration in connection with the recommendation of the Sec. of the Navy of Ja. 9, 1879 [House Ex. Doc. #63] that the necessary appropriation to finish the work on the double-turreted Monitors be made Feb. 4, 1879 

----- 45th Congress, 3d Sess., Ex. Doc. #63 Completion of Certain Monitors, Feb. 4, 1879

----- 45th Congress, 3d Sess. Senate Ex. Doc. #73. Message from the Pres. of the U.S. communicating in answer to a Senate Resolution of Feb. 20, 1879, information in relation to the construction of railroads in Mexico. Mar. 1, 1879

----- 45th Congress, 1st. Sess. S.R. 16. In the Senate of the U.S., Apr. 2, 1879. Joint Resolution providing for a treaty with the Republic of Mexico.

----- Bill, 46th Congress, 1st Sess. S. 51, “In the Senate of the U.S. Mar. 21, 1879: A bill to aid in the construction of the Corpus Christi, San Diego and Rio Grande Railroad.”

-----Bill, 46th Congress, 1st Sess., S. 115 In the Senate of the U.S. Mar. 24, 1879. A Bill, to aid in the construction of a military, commercial, and postal rail highway from the district headquarters of the U.S. Army at San Antonio, in the State of Texas, to the Rio Grande, at or near the town of Laredo.

----- Bill, 46th Congress., 1st Sess. S. 116. In the Senate of the U.S., Mar. 24, 1879 “A Bill to authorize the Sec. of War to contract with the Galveston and CaMar.go Railway Co. for the immediate construction of its line of road to Rio Grande City, opposite CaMar.go, Mexico, as a coast defense, and for the purpose of establishing a postal and military rail highway to the Rio Grande.”

----- Bill 46th, Congress. 1st Sess. S. 134. In the Senate of the U.S. Mar.ch 24, 1879 “A Bill to secure the completion of a line of railway from San Antonio, in the State of Texas, to a point at or near Fort Clark, and thense to a point at or near El Paso upon the Rio Grande, to be known as the Mexican and Pacific extension of the Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Railway.”

----- Bill 46th Congress., S. 136. In the Senate of the U.S. Mar. 24, 1879 “A Bill authorizing mail steamship service between the port of New Orleans, Louisiana and certain ports o the Republic of Mexico.”

-----Bill, S. 1095 “For the encouragement of closer commercial relationship between the U.S. and the Republic of Mexico, ect., Jan. 21, 1880

----- Bill, S. 1397, “To incorporate the Spanish American Commercial Co.” Mar. 2 1880

----- Bill S. 1410, “To aid increasing commercial relations with the Argentine Republic….” Mar. 3, 1880

----- Bill, S. 587, 46th Congress, 1st Sess., “To survey the Austin-Topplovampo Pacific Route.” May 12, 1879

 

Checks

----- to Charles B. Bailey, Jan. 7, 1880

----- to Charles B. Bailey Mar. 6, 1880

----- to Charles B. Bailey, Apr. 7, 1880

----- to Charles G. ball, Feb. 14, 1879

----- to Charles Ball Jan. 8, 1881

----- Charles Bradley, Nov. 6 1878

----- to B.E. Cattin, Mar. 6, 1878

----- to Messrs, Clarke and given, Feb. 15, 1879

----- to G.G. Cornwell, Jan. 6, 1878

----- to G.G. Cornwell, Feb. 8, 1879

----- to G.G. Cornwell, May 12, 1880

----- to W.W. .Curtis May 1, 1878

----- to G. T. Deering, Apr. 15, 1878

----- to John, E. Furgeson, Apr. 27 1878

----- to John Frazer, June 4, 1878

----- to Webb. C. Hayes, Nov. 4, 1878

----- to C.M. Hendley, Dec. 16, 1879

----- to C.M. Hendley, Feb. 1, 1881

----- to Hooe, Messrs, Bro. And Co., Jan. 3, 1879

----- to Messrs Hooe Bro. .and Co. Jan. 12, 1880

----- to Messrs Hooe Bro. And Co., Dec. 31, 1880

----- to Messrs Johnson Brothers, Jan. 8, 1881

-----to J. M. Keeler, Feb. .15, 1879

----- to Mrs. M.D. Lincoln, Nov. 4, 1878

----- to James C. Miller, Feb. 15, 1879

----- to John M. O’Meara, Mar. 30, 1880

-----to Don Piatt, Feb. 14, 1879

----- to R.B. Robinson, Jan. 3, 1879

----- to B. Robinson, Dec. 31, 1880

----- WKR to Self, Apr. 25, 1879

----- WKR to Self, Dec. 6, 1879

----- to Jacob Schirfley, May 6, 1878

----- to G.S. Sedgwick, Apr. 17, 1878 

----- to G.S. Sedgwick, Apr. 30, 1878

----- to G.S. Sedgwick, May 13, 1878

----- to G.S. Sedgwick, May 18, 1878

----- to G.S. Sedgwick,  June 1, 1878 [2]

----- to H.C. Swaney, June 21, 1880

----- to A.D. Tingley, Mar. 5, 1881

----- to T.L. Tullock, Nov. 10, 1879

----- to T. L. Tullock, Dec. 6, 1879

-----to Bank of Washington, May 13, 1880

----- to A. Williams, Feb. 10, 1880

----- to H.M. Zimmerman, Jan. 25, 1881

 

Clippings

----- “Washington: American Interests in the Interoceanic Canal.” New York Herald, Feb. 12, 1880

----- “Certain Larger Aspects of the Isthmus Question.” New York World, Feb. 18, 1880

----- “The City and Suburbs” South American Trade, 1877

-----“The Clayton0Bulwer Treaty and the Canal.” New York World, Feb., 17, 1880

----- “The combinations of M. De. Lesseps” New York Evening Post, Feb. 14, 1880

----- “Developing Mexico

----- “England and the Monroe DOct.rine” New York World, Mar. 21, 1880

----- “The executive and the Canal Question.” New York World, Feb. 14, 1880

----- “How We Can Grow Rich” Washington Post, Oct. 17, 1878

----- “Interpretation of the Monroe DOct.rine.” New York Herald, Feb. 1, 1880

----- “The Intimation Vaguely Made” New York World, Feb. 16, 1880

----- “The Isthmian Question and the Third Term.” New York World, Feb. 18, 1880

-----“A Journalist Honored” The Albany Evening Journal, Dec. 14, 1880

----- “The Lesseps CanalNew York World, Feb. 16, 1880

----- “Leseps Leaves ColonNew York Herald, Feb. 15 [16?], 1880

-----  “Matthew on Money” Aug. 9, 1877

----- Ledger. Important meeting of merchants and manufacturers in the Board of trade rooms – advancing the interests of the U.S. in South America. [1877?]

----- “Mexico and St. LouisSt. Louis Daily Globe-Democrat, Feb. 8, 1880

----- “The Monroe DOct.rine” New York World, Mar.ch 23, 1880

----- “Re: Navy near Isthmus of Darien” Times, Dec. 3 1880

----- “Neptune and Pluto” New York Evening Post, Jan. 3, 1880

----- “The New Overland Route” New York Times, Feb. 27, 1880

----- Re: Panama Canal New York Times, Feb. 27, 1880

----- Re: Panama Canal Newport News, Jan. 1, 1881

-----“North American Looking South: Taking steps to develop a trade with the South American Countries” [1877?]

----- Re: Panama Canal, Daily telegraph, London, Mar. 11, 1880

----- “The Panama Canal under American Control” The World, Dec. 10, 1880

----- “The Panama Railroad Co.” New York World, Feb. 13, 1880

-----“The Proposed New Railroad in Mexico

----- “Sale of the Warrior, Tuscumbia and Tuscarora Mines” The Miner Mar. 5, 1880

----- Re: Thompson, De Lesseps and Canal “To Subscribers,” The World, Dec. 28, 1880

----- “Trade with Brazil: representative businessmen meet and appoint a committee to spur up Congress” [1887?]

----- Sketch, Dakota Herald, July 13, 1878

 

Dalzell, J.M. Caldwell, O., July 20, enclosed circular 4th annual encampment Soldier’s and Sailors National Reunion, Mar.ietta, Ohio, Sept. 4-7

 

Davis, H.M. Bradford, End., Feb. 21, 1878

 

Davis, William Henry, Invitation to banquet at opening of the Cincinnati Southern Railway, Mar. 11, 1880

----- Cincinnati, Ohio, Mar. 11, 1880

 

De Kay, Drake Circular Letter Re: California Water and Mining Co., New York Mar. 6, 1880 Enclosed prospectus.

 

Delauo, C., Dec. 11, 1873

 

Delgado, Eulogis Extract from letter of July 24, 1878

 

Denman, Charles, Siliceo, Mexico Mar. 27, 1857 [copy] with copies of papers, Edgar Conkling, July, 23, 1880

 

Dennison, W. Washington D.C., Nov., 28. 1877

 

Devens, Charles, Washington, D.C. Dec. 18, 1877

 

Dodd, Harrison Horton, fon du Lac, Wisconsin, Feb. 5, 1880

 

Dodge, A., Boston, Massachusetts, Sec. of meeting, subscribers to the Eagle Pass and Topolovampo enterprise, Feb. 18, 1881

 

Dorsey, Anna Hanson, Jan. 10, 1881

 

Douglass, Albert, Gambier, Ohio, Nov. 24, 1880

 

Dudley, C.W. Bennettsville, South Carolina, Aug. 30

 

Dunn, W.M. Judge Advocate General, War Dept., July 1879. Enclosed Circular letter relative to establishment of a Free Public Library  Duluth Minnesota, June 20, 1879 and The Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Jan. 20, 1878

 

DuPre, L.J. Dept. of the Interior, Mar.ch 16, 1880. Enclosed clipping on reassertion of the Monroe DOct.rine.

 

Egan, Thomas, W. New York, June 9, 1877 [copy]

 

Elliott, H.C. “The Carpet Baggers’ Lament.” July 27, 1877

 

Ellsworth, W.L. Philsdelphia, Pennsylvania, Oct. 22, 1877

 

Ensign, J.D. Duluth, Minnesota, Oct. 17, 1877

 

Evarts, William M., Dept. of State, Jan. 26, 1881

 

Ewing, Thomas, to Prof. T.G. Warmly, Cols, O. Apr. 23, 1877

 

Fitch, George A. Affidavit and Contract with William McGarrahan, May 22, 1877 [copy] [Chicago?]

 

Foord, John, New York Times Office, Mar.ch 8, 1877

 

Forbes, J.M. Sept. 8, 1876

----- Sept. 22, 1876

----- Boston, Massachusetts, Mar. 22, 1881

 

Force, M.F. Cincinnati, Ohio, ,Sept. 28, 1879

----- Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, July 24, 1880

----- Washington, D.C., Dec. 18, 1880

----- Cincinnati, Ohio, Jan. 16, 1881

 

Foster, John Y., Apr. 8, 1878

 

Foster, Thomas, Washington, D.C., July 21, 1877

 

Fralick, J.W. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sept. 10, 1877

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nov. 15, 1877

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nov. 22, 1877

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dec. 24, 1877 Enclosed newspaper clippings

----- Murphy and Co. and P.I. Larranaga, “Minute of Contract” ad referendum, Mar. 26, 1878

----- Account of expenses for actual and necessary expenses for opening Postal negotiations under the authority of the Postmaster General, Oct. 12, 1877 and Dept of State, Nov. 1, 1877, $3070.50 to U.S. government, June 1, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Aug. 2, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Hon David M. Key, Oct. 5, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Oct. 7, 1878

----- Murphy and Co., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dec. 28, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 3, 1879

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Aug. .24, 1879

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Aug. 24, 1879

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nov. 5, 1879

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nov. 12, 1879 Enclosed Scryman, J.A. Prest. Mexican Cable Co. to Charlton T. Lewis, Nov. 7, 1879 [copy] and Lewis, Charlton T., New yOrk to Charles T. Murphy, Esq. Nov. 7, 1879

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Telegram, Jan. 6, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jan. 8, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jan. 11, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Feb. 10, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Feb. 13, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mar. 10, 1880 Enclosed extract from letter, Eulogio Delgado, Peru, to Messrs Fralick, Murchpy and Co. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Feb. 18, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Apr. 9, 1880

----- Apr. 12, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 22, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 1, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 12, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Assignment of ¼ Interest of S. American West Coast Cable, to WKR, signed by J. W. Fralick, C. Murphy, and Lorin Bludget. July 30, 1880

----- Guayaquil, Ecuador, Aug. 24, 1880 Enclosed “Cable Code”

----- Chimbote, Peru, Aug. 27, 1880

----- Lima, Peru Sept. 7, 1880 enclosing copy of letter John Harold to William R. Garrison, New York, Sept. 5, 1880

----- Lima, Peru, Sept. 16, 1880

----- Lima Peru, Oct. 2, 1880

----- Lima, Peru, Nov. 2, 1880

----- Murphy and Co., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nov. 8, 1880

----- New York City, New York, Jan. 7, 1881

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Telegram, Jan. 16, 1881

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Feb. 3, 1881

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Feb. 16, 1881

----- New York City, New York,  Mar. 8, 1881

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mar. 9, 1881

 

Franke, Carlos, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Messrs, Fralick, Murphy and Co. Nov. 16, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Lorin Blodget Nov. 18 1878 (Fleet of the Pacific Steam Navigation Co.)

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to J.W. Fralick, Philadelphia, Apr. 26, 1877

 

Frazier, John. W. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Apr. 26, 1877

 

Freeland Mining Co. of Colorado, Booklet [R.C. McCormick Pres.; E.W. Willett, Sec.] Feb. 2, 1880

 

Fremont, Jessie Benton, New Brighton, Staten Island, New York Nov. 9, 1879

----- New York City, Dec. 2, 1879 [copy]

----- Dec. 7, 1879 [copy]

----- n.d. 1880 [copy]

----- n.d. 1880 [copy]

----- Jan. 8, 1880 [copy]

----- Mar. , 1880 [copy]

----- Mar. 5, 1880 [copy]

----- Mar. 14, 1880 [copy]

----- Mar. 26, 1880 [copy]

----- Apr. 3, 1880 [copy]

----- Apr. 8, 1880 [copy]

----- Apr. 11, 1880 [copy]

----- May 3, 1880 [copy]

----- July 16, 1880 [copy]

----- Aug. 21, 1880 [copy]

----- Washington, D.C., Dec. 16, 1880 [copy]

---- June 19, 1880 [Photostat] Enclosed telegram John Fremont to Mrs. Fremont, June 18, 1880 [copy]

----- Feb. 2, 1881 [copy]

----- New Brighton, Staten Island, New York, Feb. 18, 1881 [copy]

----- New Brighton, Staten Island, New York, Feb. 19, 1881 [copy]

 

Fremont, John C., New York, June 17, 1879 [photo]

----- June 17, 1879 [copy]

----- Everett House, July 23, 1879 [copy]

----- New York, July 31, 1879 [copy]

----- Prescott, Arizona, Oct. 19, 1879

----- Prescott, Arizona, Dec. 9, 1879 [copy]

----- Prescott, Arizona, Mar. 10, 1880  [copy]

----- Agreement, Edgar Conkling with John C. Fremont, Luna Grant, Mexico, May 6, 1880

-----June 10, 1880 Enclosed Edgar Conkling to Fremont, May 29, 1880 [copy]

----- to Philip H. Morgan, Minister for the U.S. to Mexico, July 8, 1880, [copy] Enclosed copies of letters

-----July, 1880 [copy]

----- July 8, 1880 [copy]

----- July 10, 1880 [copy] Enclosed clipping from Weekly Arizona Democrat

----- New York City, Aug. 11, 1880 [copy]

----- Aug. 20, 1880 Enclosed John Hay to John Fremont, July 29, 1880 [copy]

-----New York, Nov. 24, 1880 [copy]

----- New York City, New York, Dec. 14, 1880 [copy]

----- New York City, New York, Dec. 15, 1880  [copy]

----- New York City, New York Dec. 17, 1880  [copy]

----- Prescott, Arizona, Feb. 18, 1881 [copy]

----- Prescott, Arizona, Mar. 1, 1881

----- Tuscon , Arizona, Mar. 22, 1881  [copy]

----- June 21, 1881

----- Santiago, Amira to John Fremont, June 21, 1881

 

French, R.S., Gambier, Ohio Dec. 13, 1880

 

Gallandet, E.M., Washington, D.C., National deaf Mute Coll., Jan. 7, 1881

 

Garfield, James A., Mentor, Ohio, July 16, 1880

 

Gibbs, Richard, Legation of the U.S., Lima, Peru, to J. W. Fralick, Lima, Peru, Apr. 9, 1878

 

Gillett, B., Duluth, Minnesota, June 25, 1879

 

Gilmer, J.T. V.P. Stewart Mining Co. Salt Lake City, Utah, to R.N. Baskin, Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 29, 1880, [copy] Endorsed by J.E. Dooly, agent Wells, Fargo and Co. Mar. 4, 1880

 

Gowen, Franklin B., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nov. 20, 1877

 

Granger, Moses M., Zanesville, Ohio, June 14, 1879

----- July 17, 1873

----- July 31, 1873

 

Guthrie, S.S., New York, Telegram to S.m> Welch, New York, Feb. 13, 1879

 

Hain, Isaiah, New York City, New York, Aug. 18, 1877

 

Hale, Mar.y. M., Mackinac, Michigan, May 15, 1878

 

Hancock and West, Austin, Texas, to Col. C. L. Snow Jan. 17, 1881

 

Harold, John, New York City, New York, Jan. 27, 1881

----- New York City, Jan. 27, 1881

 

Harrison, Lynde, Guilford, Connecticut, Dec. 12, 1877

 

Hart, Alphanso, Hillsboro, Ohio, Mar.ch 14, 1881

 

Haupt, H. Print offering for sale 100,000 acres of land in Virginia, Dec. 4, 1880 [Printed]

 

Hay, John, copies of papers transmitted by Edgar Conkling of Sept. 29, 1858 to State Dept. from copies in Spanish language. Copied on July 15, 1880

 

Hayes, Hiram, Superior, Wisconsin, Jan. 13, 1881 Enclosed 2 Clippings.

 

Hayes, R.B. Jan. 11, 1877

----- Jan. 12, 1877 [copy]

----- Feb. 5, 1881 [copy]

----- Appointment of WKR as private Sec., Mar. 5, 1877

----- from WKR, telegram, July 20, 1877

----- to Rutherford Hayes Rogers, Aug. 1, 1879

----- Invitation to State Dinner for Garfields, Nov. 26, 1880

 

Hazelrigg, John T. [Folder Box 22]

 

Hazen, W.B. Chief Signal Officer to Sec. of War, Jan. 26, 1881

 

Kickok, G.S. Notary Public, New York City, to G.S. Sedgwick, Feb. 2, 1881

 

Hollister, M.E. Easton, Maryland., Mar.ch 4, 1881

 

Hopkins, R.C. San Francisco, California, Aug. 1, 1877 [copy]

 

Howells, William, Cambridge Massachusetts, Apr. 7, 1877

 

Hulbert, William Henry, n.d., 1881

----- The World, New York City, New York, Jan. 9, 1881

----- Feb. 8 and Feb. 14, 1880

----- Feb. 17, 1880

----- The World, New York City, Mar. 3, 1881

----- The World, New York City, New York, Mar. 20, 1881

 

Howter, H.H. Levente, Ohio Nov. 3, 1871

 

Hunter, John A. Salt Lake City, Utah, Feb. 13, 1880

----- Salt Lake City, Utah, Feb. 13, 1880 [copy with variations]

----- Salt Lake City, Utah, Mar.ch 7, 1880

 

Hunter, R.F., San Francisco, California, Dec. 1, 1880

 

Ingralls, John J. to Wright, Mar. 23, 1880

 

Janes, F., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nov. 5, 1880 enclosed copy of letter to G. S. Sedgwick.

Jewett, H.J., to A.N. Cole, Wellsville, New York, Oct. 10, 1877

 

Johnson, C.F., Duluth Minnesota, June 26, 1879

 

Johnson, L.R., Cambridge, Indiana, to R.H. Stephenson, Sept. 7, 1877

 

Johnston, W. June 20, 1871 [copy]

 

Keener, David, Adams Exp. Co, Baltimore, Maryland, Nov. 10, 1880

 

Kilpatrick, Gen. J., Deckertown, N.J., May 14, 1877

 

King, Horatio, Washington, D.C., Jan. 11, 1878

 

Lane, E. F. St. Paul, Minnesota, Sept. 12, 1877

 

Landis, D.C. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dec. 18, 1878

 

Lang, W. W., Marlin, Texas, Pamphlet: The relative increase of population and production. Commercial relations of the U.S. with Mexico, China, Japan, South America and the Pacific Islands, the value and importance of the Southwestern railroad system. New York, New York, 1881.

 

Langhorne, M., Washington D.C., Oct. 6, 1877

 

Lanman, Charles, Georgetown, D.C., Oct. 6, 1877

----- Georgetown, D.C., Legation at Japan, Sept. 18, 1877

----- Georgetown, D.C., May 23, 1877

 

Lathrop, L.H. San Francisco, California, Apr. 15, 1878

 

Lathrop, H.D., San Francisco, California, May 22, 1877

----- San Francisco, California, Dec. 6, 1877

 

Lathrop, M.D., Chicago, Illinois, June 7, 1879

 

Lathrop, Dr. H.D., Eureka, California, July 16, 1879 Enclosed letter from his son to himself, July 9, 1879 [Lorin, Lathrop]

 

Laughlin, George M., Cincinnati, Ohio, Mar. 20, 1877

 

Lawrence, Sarah W., Treasury Dept., Mar. 5, 1878

----- Washington, D.C., Apr. 20, 1877

----- Washington, D.C. June 1, 1877

 

Lawrence, Thomas H., Washington, D.C., July 8, 1878

----- Washington, D.C., July 11, 1878

----- Washington, D.C., July 22, 1878

Lawrence, H.L., Census Bureau, Oct. 3, 1880

 

LaVaque, John H. Duluth Minnesota, June 25, 1879

 

Leake, Joseph B., Chicago, Illinois, May 14, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, June 21, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, Oct. 30, 1878

----- Chicago, Illinois, July 30, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Aug. 2, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Aug. 21, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Aug. 22, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Aug. 23, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Sept. 3, 1879

 

LaBaron, Francis, New York City, New York, Aug. 2, 1877 Enclosed letter J.H. Kidder to Mr. Woodruff, July 5, 1877

----- Aug. 3, 1877

 

LeDuc, H.M., Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 14, 1877

 

LeDuc, William G., Memorandum o names of persons recommending above for appointment of Commission of Agriculture. 1877

----- Washington, D.C. Aug. 4, 1877

----- Oct. 9, 1880

 

LeDuc, Gen. William G., Washington, D.C., Dept. of Agriculture, June 30, 1878

 

Lee, Alfred E., Washington D.C., Apr. 7, 1877

----- New York City, New York, May 19, 1877

-----, Frankfort, Germany, U.S. Consulate General, Dec. 3, 1877 Enclosed, Wilson, James M., Nurnburg, Germany, U.S. Consul, To Senator Morrill, Dec. 4, 1877

----- Frankfort, Germany, U.S. Consulate, Dec. 5, 1877

----- Frankfort, Germany, Dec. 13, 1877

 

Lee, J.N., Athens, Ohio, Mar. 19, 1878

----- Athens, Ohio, Apr. 14, 1878

 

Lee, John, R., Burrville, Maryland, May 15, 1878

 

Lemmon, M.J., New Orleans, Louisiana, June 11, 1878

 

Lender, Richard D., Chicago, Illinois, Copy of affidavit, Chicago, Illinois, May 19, 1877

 

Leonshal, Morris, Toledo, Ohio, Jan. 28, 1878

 

Lesher, James H., Detroit, Michigan, May 24, 1878

Letsinger, Nannie, Hampshire, Tennessee, Oct. 9, 1877

 

Lewis, Charton T., New York to Charles T. Murphy, Esq., Nov. 7, 1879

 

Lincoln, Bessie Beech, Nov. 9, 1881

 

Lincoln, Mrs. H.M., Washington, Mar. 28, 1877

 

Lindley, Jr., mount Morris, New Jersey, Nov. 11, 1878

 

Lobdell, Lewis. S. New Orleans, Louisiana, Apr. 15, 1877

----- New Orleans, Louisiana, May 13, 1877

----- New Orleans, Louisiana, May 22, 1877

----- New Orleans, Louisiana, June 1, 1877

----- New Orleans, Louisiana, June 12, 1877

 

Logan, C.A., Managua, Nicaragua, U.S. Legation, Apr. 10, 1880

----- San Francisco, California, Dec. 1, 1880

 

Looker, T.L., U.S. Navy n.d., Jan., 1879

 

Loop, DeWitt C., Radnor, Pennsylvania, Mar. 13, 1879

 

Loring, Dr. Starling, Cols., O., Sept. 7, 1877

 

Lounsberry, C.A., Bismarck, D.T., July 26, 1877

----- C.A., Bismarck, Dakota Territory, Oct. 31, 1877

----- C.A., Bismarck, Dakota Territory, Jan. 3, 1878

----- C.A., Bismarck, Dakota Territory, May 13, 1880 Enclosed letter from Sergeant John W. Wise, Ypsilanti, Michigan, to Col. Lounsberry, May 2 1880

 

Lucas, C. L. San Antonio, Texas, Feb. 22, 1878

 

Ludlow, B.C. Austin, Texas, Dec. 17, 1877

 

Lyford, S.C. Ordnance Dept., July 12, 1879

 

Lyman, Charles P. Springfield, Massachusetts, to William G. LeDuc [copy]

 

Lynch, J.A. Aug. 27, 1856 [with envelope]

 

Lyon, David, Mansfield, Virginia, June 26, 1877

 

MacFeely, R., Commissary-General of Subsistence, Washington, D.C. Jan. 20, 1881

 

MacKenzie, J.M., Cincinnati, Ohio, May 11, 1877

 

Macruder, Robert, Yankton, Dakota Territory, Feb. 4, 1879

 

Maginness, Martin, St. Paul, Minnesota, July 5, 1880

 

Manierre, W.R. Chicago, Illinois, Jan. 29, 1878

 

Mann, O.L. Chicago, Illinois, May 24, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, July 2, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, July 3, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, July 5, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, Jan. 24, 1878

----- Chicago, Illinois, Feb. 6, 1878

----- Chicago, Illinois, Feb. 23, 1878

----- coroner, Cook County, Chicago, Illinois, May 11, 1880

 

Mann, William, B. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Apr. 25, 1877

 

Manning, John R., Fargo, Dakota Territory, Apr. 25, 1877

 

Mar. field, Samuel, Circleville, Ohio, Apr. 13, 1877, Enclosed Ed. Herald and Union, Circleville, Ohio

 

Marfield, Otho, L., Niles, Michigan, Mar. 20, 1877

 

“Mark Marches”, Chicago times, Aug. 23, 1879

 

Marr, James, H., P.O. Dept. Washington, D.C., May 23, 1879

 

Marshall, Gov. William R., St. Paul, Minnesota, June 18, 1877

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, Oct. 4, 1877

 

Martin, John D., Lancaster, Ohio, Oct. 15, 1877

----- Lancaster, Ohio, Nov. 4, 1878

 

Martin, W.A., Washington, D.C., Jan. 29, 1878

----- May 13, 1878

 

Martin, William A., Washington, D.C., May 17, 1978

----- Washington, D.C. Dec. 13, 1878

 

Marvin, Luke, Duluth, Minnesota, Jan. 16, 1880

----- Duluth, Minnesota, Jan. 16, 1880

 

Mason, John H., Catlettsburg, Kentucky, Apr. 25, 1879

----- Cattlesburg, Kentucky, Jan. 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to William F. Mason, July, 19, 1880 [copy]

 

Mason, R.H., Deer Lodge, Montana, June, 4, 1877, Enclosed letter to Carl Schurz, June, 4, 1877 [copy]

----- Deer Lodge, Montana, Aug. 22, 1877

----- Deer Lodge, Montana, Spet. 3, 1877

----- Helena, Montana, Sept. 24, 1877

 

Mason, Rodney, Oct. 6, 1878

 

Mason, W.F. Indianapolis, Indiana, July 4, 1877

 

Mason, William F., St. Paul Minnesota, July 5, 1878

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, July 29, 1878

----- St. Paul Minnesota, July, 23, 1880

 

Material and Rolling Stock required to extend for 66 kilometers as established railroad in Peru, ect. Jan. 22, 1879

 

Matteson, O.B. Utica, New York, Jan. 29, 1878

----- Utica, New York, Feb. 2, 1878

----- Utica, New York, Feb. 6, 1878

----- Utica, New York, Feb. 14, 1878

 

Matthews, Samuel, Plaquemine, Louisiana, Mar. 28, 1877

----- Plaquemine, Louisiana, May 22, 1877

 

 Matthews, J. P. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dec. 4, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dec. 11, 1878

 

Matthews, Stanley, Feb. 8, 1881 [photostatic copy]

 

May, John C., Granville, Pennsylvania, Apr. 8, 1878

----- Granvilles, Pennsylvania, Nov. 18, 1878

 

McCabe, H.W. Delaware, Ohio, Mar.ch 8, 1878

 

McCabe, L.D. Lebanon, Ohio, May 30, 1878, Enclosed two above letters

 

McCarthy, Mar.ia, New York, May 10, 1877

----- New York, June 9, 1877

 

McCauley, Rev. Dr. C.F., Reading, Pennsylvania, to his son Jan. 9, 1881 [copy]

----- Reading, Pennsylvania, t his son, Jan. 17, 1881, [copy]

 

McCauley, C.A.H., Fort Steele, Wyoming, Jan. 23, 1881 Encloses letter from his father, Rev. C.F. McCauley, Reading, Pennsylvania

----- Fort Steele, Wyoming, Jan. 23, 1881 Encloses letter form his father, Rev. C.F. McCauley, Jan. 17, 1881

 

McCawley, C.G. Mar.ine Corps, June 20, 1879

 

McClure, Charles, Red Wing, Minnesota, May 15, 1878

 

McClintock, W.T., Chillicothe, Ohio, June 15, 1880

----- Chillicothe, Ohio, Nov. 2, 1880

----- Chillicothe, Ohio, Jan. 10, 1881

 

McCollin, W.H., Sugar Grove, Pennsylvania, Dec. 6, 1880

 

McCook, A.M. Washington, D.C., Jan.  9, 1877

 

McCormick, R.C., Jan. 9, 1877 [copy]

 

McCormick, S.C. Duluth, Minnesota, May 20, 1879

----- Duluth, Minnesota, Feb. 21, 1881

 

McCormick, Richard, C., New York, Jan. 16, 1880

----- New York, Jan. 21, 1880

----- New York, Feb. 4, 1880

----- Memorandum, Feb. 7, 1880

----- New York, Feb. 9, 1880

----- New York, Aug. 6, 1880

 

McCrary, G.W. from WKR, Dec. 15, 1877

 

McCready, J.R., Cambridgeport, Massachusetts, June 1877

----- Boston, Massachusetts, June 21, 1877

 

McCroy, W. Columbus, Ohio, Mar. 6, 1879

 

McDowell, Mrs. Bettie Breck, Richmond, Kentucky, Apr. 20, 1877

 

McDowell, James, Chicago, Illinois, July 28, 1877

 

McDowell, J.A. Washington, D.C. Mar. 5, 1881

 

McDowell, John Adair, Chicago, Illinois, July 27, 1878 Enclosed letter of W.H. Smith

----- Chicago, Illinois, Dec. 30, 1878

----- Chicago, Illinois, Jan. 19, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Mar. 26, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Dec. 16, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Oct. 22, 1880

 

McDowell, Mrs. Jennie, Chicago, Illinois, Feb. 21, 1879

 

McDowell, Malcolm, Chicago, Illinois, July, 6 1878

----- Chicago, Illinois, Dec. 27, 1878

----- Chicago, Illinois, May 1, 1879 Enclosed letter, McDowell, James, Chicago, Illinois, May 1, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, May 2, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, July 19, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Aug. 4, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Oct. 24, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Nov. 3, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Nov. 29, 1879

 

McGrew, J.G. Audobon, Minnesota, Mar. 31, 1877

 

McGrew, J.M., Sixth Auditor, Dec. 16, 1878

 

McHugh, M. Hastings, Minnesota, May 16, 1879

----- Hastings, Minnesota, June 23, 1879

 

McIlhany, Mrs. Ann, Warrenton, Virginia, July 11, 1878

-----Warrenton, Virginia, Aug. 15, 1879

 

McIlheny, J.W., Warrenton, Virginia, Oct. 2, 1877

----- Warrenton, Virginia, Oct. 16, 1877

----- Warrenton, Virginia, Nov. 14, 1878

 

McIntire, R.A., Unionville Center, Ohio, Nov. 24, 1880

 

McIlrath, J.P., St. Paul, Minnesota, June 7, 1879

 

McIlvaine, Anna P. New York City, Jan. 19, 1878

 

McKeldon, J.C. Washington, D.C., Mar. 26, 1877

 

McKeon, P. Edward, St. Paul, Minnesota, May 27, 1877

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, June 7, 1877

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, Nov. 13, 1877

 

McKinney, William G., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nov. 12, 1880

 

McLaughlin, G., Cincinnati, Ohio, Apr. 24, 1877

----- Cincinnati, Ohio Feb. 24, 1879

----- Cincinnati, Ohio, Apr. 25, 1879

----- Cincinnatti, Ohio, May 25, 1879

 

McLean, Mrs. Judge, Cincinnatti, Ohio, Mar. 30, 1877

 

McLennan, W.L. and McDougall, C.P., Duluth Minnesota, June 27, 1879

 

McMahan, Richard Randolph, Baltimore, Maryland, May 28, 1880

 

McMaster, G.H., Bath, New York, Jan. 19, 1881

 

McMillan, E.Q., New Orleans, Louisiana, Mar. 9, 1877

 

McMillan, S.J.R., U.S.S., Mar. 5, 1879

 

McMillan, W.L., Lake Providence, Louisiana, June 20, 1877

 

McMullen, J.B., Chicago Post, Nov. 7, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, Dec. 24, 1878

 

McNair, H.S., York, Pennsylvania, Dec. 1878

 

McNeal, E.M. Centreville, Iowa, June 29, 1879

 

McPherson, Edward, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Apr. 10, 1877

----- Washington, D.C., June 22, 1878

----- Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Nov. 28, 1878 

 

McPherson, E.W., Bureau of Printing and Engraving, Washington, D.C., June 22, 1878

 

McQuade, S.C. Duluth, June 26, 1879

 

McQueen, Mrs. E.D. Lawrence, Washington, D.C., Mar. 13, 1877

 

McQuenn, John, Charleston, South Carolina, Nov. 30, 1877

 

McVeagh, Franklin, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, June 14, 1877

 

Mead, Charles L., New York, May 28, 1877

----- New York City, New York, Nov. 10, 1877

----- New York City, New York, Nov. 10, 1877 [2nd]

 

Mead and Coe, Chicago, Illinois, to Franks Osborne Esq., Cols., Ohio, Dec. 3, 1878

----- Chicago, Illinois, to Franks Osborne Esq., Jan. 3, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, to Franks Osborne Esq., Feb. 3, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, to Franks Osborne Esq., Columbus, Ohio, Sept 3, 1879

----- to Franks Osborne Esq., Chicago, Dec. 2, 1879

 

Mead, Frank J., Mandan, Dakota Territory, Oct. 4, 1880

 

Mead, Frederick G. Vienna, Dec. 13, 1877

----- Vienna, Dec. 31, 1877

----- Vienna, Feb. 23, 1878

 

Mead, Larkin G., Florence, Italy, Feb. 6, 1879 Re: Washington Monument

 

Means, James, Steubenville, Ohio, Oct. 13, 1877

 

Medill, Josph, to C.H. Wright, Mar.ch 30, 1880; and Ingalls; John J., to Wright, Mar. 23, 1880

 

Medkirk, Robert W., Edinburg, Indiana, Apr. 2, 1877

 

Meigs, Gen. M.C., Qrm. Gen., Jan. 10, 1878

 

Menard, J. Willis, Jacksonville, Florida, Aug. 8, 1877

 

Mendenhall, Luther, Duluth, Minnesota, June 14, 1879

 

Menocal, A.G., Naval Yard, Washington, Jan. 2, 1878

 

Mercer, Mar.garet, Washington, DC, Feb. 18, 1880 

----- Washington, DC, Feb. 20, 1880

 

Merrill, D.D. St. Paul, Minnesota, June 14, 1877

----- Mar. 18, 1880

 

Merriman, Hon. A.S., U.S. Senate, June 12, 1878

 

Merritt, C.C., Hazel Grove, Montana, Feb. 6, 1879

 

Merritt, D.F., New York City, New York, Mar. 8, 1879

 

Merritt, Lon, Oneota, Minnesota, Sept. 28, 1880

 

Michie, Gen. P.S. west Point, New York, Mar. 9, 1880

----- West Point, New York, Mar. 19, 1880

 

Miller, Dr. E.P., New York City, New York, Aug. 31, 1877

----- New York City, New York, Mar. 4, 1878

 

Miller, George A.Q., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Feb. 2, 1878

Miller, George T. Longton, Kansas, Feb. 20, 1881

 

Miller, John Dewitt, Crow River, New York, May 23, 1879

 

Miller, Sidney D., Detroit, Michigan, Mar. 8, 1877

----- Detroit, Michigan, May 8, 1878

----- Detroit, Michigan, Nov. 27, 1880

 

Miller, William, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dec. 17, 1878

 

Mills, Sallie M., Sandusky, Ohio, Apr. 15, 1878

 

Mills, W.H. Bangor, Maine, Nov. 24, 1877

 

Mimmack, B.P., Plattsburg, New York, Aug. 8, 1879

 

Miner, Miss Ellie W., Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. 1, 1877

 

Minott, Chester, Chicago, Illinois

 

Mirsalis and Hamel Music Publishers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mar. 21, 1877

 

Mitchell, John G., Columbus, Ohio, Apr. 17, 1877

----- Telegram, June 11, 1877

----- Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 6, 1877

----- Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 23, 1878

----- Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 2, 1878

----- Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 13, 1879

----- Columbus, Ohio, Feb. 3, 1879

----- Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 16, 1879 Encloses Hayden, P. New York to RBH, Sept. 10, 1879

----- Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 15, 1880, with Vore, W.H., Piqua, Ohio, Jan. 21, 1880

----- Columbus, Ohio, May 13, 1880

 

Mitchell, R.C., Duluth, Minnesota, Apr. 16, 1877

----- Duluth, Minnesota, Aug. 21, 1879

----- Duluth, Minnesota, Dec. 7, 1979

----- U.S. Land Office Register, Duluth, Minnesota, Jan. 4, 1880

 

Mix, Edward M., Washington, D.C., Mar. 19, 1879

 

Mix, Miss Ella C., Georgetown, D.C., Feb. 24, 1881

 

Moore, H.A., Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, July 18, 1877

 

Moore, John W., Washington, D.C., June 9, 1877

 

Morgan, Appleton, New York City, New York, May 29, 1880

 

Morgan, D.H., Oneota, Minnesota, Apr. 2, 1877

----- Oneota, Minnesota, Apr. 26, 1877

----- Oneota, Minnesota, May 22, 1877

----- Oneota, Minnesota, Oct. 7, 1877

----- Oneota, Minnesota, Mar. 10, 1878

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, Oct. 27, 1879

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, Jan. 6, 1881, Enclosed letter of introduction

 

Morgan, John W., Farmers, Kentucky, Aug. 14, 1879

 

Morgan, Thomas P., Commr. Of D.C., Jan. 26, 1881

 

Morrill, H.H., Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 20, 1879

 

Morris, Ben Brice, Bellaire, Ohio, Mar. 1877

----- Bellaire, Ohio, Oct. 27, 1879

 

Morris, Mrs. Mar.tha Wright, Chicago, Illinois, Mar. 19, 1877

 

Morris, P.W., Parrisville, W. Virginia, Jan. 17, 1880

 

Morrison, George, Baltimore, Maryland, Oct. 1-4, 1877

 

Morrison, J.S., Yellow Band, Ohio, Mar. 8, 1877

 

Morrison, Walter, Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 19, 1879

 

Morscini, G. New York, June 11, 1879

 

Morse, G.M. Boston, Massachusetts, May 1, 1879

 

Morton, L.P. , House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. Dec. 14, 1880

 

Morton, W.M., Washington, D.C., Sept. 2, 1879

----- Washington, D.C. Mar. 11, 1880

----- Washington, D.C., Mar. 17, 1880

 

Moulton, C.W., Washington, D.C., Mar. 16, 1878

----- New York City, New York, Dec. 8, 1880

 

Mudge, S.W., New York City, New York, to W.J. Bacon, Feb. 5, 1878

----- New York City, New York, to O.B. Matteson, Feb. 5, 1878

 

Mulligan, Mrs. Mar.ian A., Chicago, Illinois, June 7, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, June 20, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, July 5, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, Aug. 17 Enclosed Mar.ian, A. Milligan, to Ada C. Sweet, Aug. 25, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, Oct. 1, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, Oct. 17, 1877

 

Munford, M. Kansas City, Missouri, May 25, 1877

 

Munn, John D., Washington, D.C., Jan. 23, 1879

 

Munson, Benjamin, H., New York City, May 7, 1878

----- New York City, New York, May 16, 1878

----- New York City, New York, Dec. 4, 1880

----- New York City, New York, Dec. 13, 1880

----- custom house, New York City, new York, Jan. 11, 1881

 

Munson, Robert H., New York City, New York, Jan. 12, 1878

 

Munson, W.O., Zanesville, Ohio, Jan. 29, 1879

 

Assignment of ¼ interest of South American West Coast Cable to WKR, signed by J.W. Fralick, Chas. T Murphy and Lorin Blodget, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 30, 1880

 

Murphy, Jere, Mayor, Huntsville, Alabama, Sept. 28, 1877

 

Murray, H. Louisville, Kentucky, Telegram, May 19, 1879 

 

National Reform League, New York, new York, Printer Letter, 1876

 

Newberry, John S. Washington, D.C., to Alfred Russell, Apr. 2, 1879 [copy]

 

Newman, L.B.D., Baltimore, Maryland, July 17, 1880

 

Mining Deed, Territory of New Mexico, Blank [printed form]

 

Noble, H.G. Duluth, Minnesota, June 25, 1879

 

Norton, J.C., Hillsborough, Ohio, Dec. 14, 1878

----- Hillsborough, Ohio, Dec. 20, 1878

----- Hillsborough, Ohio, Jan. 1, 1879 Enclosed Petition, Citizens of Highland County, ,Ohio, to President R.B. Hayes

 

Nourse, J.E. Professor, U.S. Navy, Washington, enclosing memoranda in regard to the completeness of survey for a canal across the American Isthmus, by J.T. Sullivan, U.S.N., Mar. 10, 1880

 

Oakes, T.F., magnolia, Massachusetts, June 10, 1880

 

O’Brien, Christopher D., St. Paul, Minnesota, Dec. 9, 1879

 

Odiorne, T.G., Cincinnati, Ohio, May 15, 1879

----- Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. 24, 1880

 

Ohio Consolidated Mining Company, Printed, 1879

 

Ohl, Helen, I., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sept 29, 1879

 

Ohl, Rev. J.F., Zanesville, Ohio, July 2, 1878

----- Zanesville, Ohio, Feb. 6, 1879

----- Zanesville, Ohio, Feb. 28, 1880

 

O’Kane, Bernard, Boston Massachusetts, July 20, 1880

 

O’Neill, Charles, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 1, 1877

 

Osborn, Thomas O., Legation of the U.S., Buenos Aires, Argentina, to John W. Fralick, U.S. Commissioner June 19, 1878

----- Minister Resident, Buenos Aries, Argentina, from WKR, introduces G.T. Jones, 1881

 

Otis, George L., St. Paul, Minnesota, Oct. 24, 1877

 

Owen, A.K., Tremont House, Boston, Massachusetts, to Anderson, Jan. 10, 1881; May 19, 1882

 

Owen, W.M., New Orleans, Louisiana, Feb. 5, 1878

----- New Orleans, Louisiana, May 15, 1880 

----- Telegram, May 18, 1880

----- New Orleans, Louisiana, May 18, 1880

----- New Orleans, Louisiana, May 19, 1880

----- New Orleans, Louisiana, Telegram, May 26, 1880

----- New Orleans, Louisiana, May 26, 1880

----- New Orleans, Louisiana, Telegram, May 28, 1880

----- New Orleans, Louisiana, June 11, 1880

 

Owens, Dr. William, Cincinnati, Ohio, Feb. 21, 1880

 

Pamphlet “Government Concession for a sub-Marine telegraphic cable from Peru , U.S. of Columbia and Ecudaor” 1880

 

Pamphlet Mexican Telegraph Company; Central and South American Cable Company, New York, Apr. 2, 1880

 

Pamphlet “Spanish-American Commission. A Letter to the Secretary of State, on the refusal of the Spanish arbitrator to send cases to the umpire.” June 23, 1879

 

Payne, Dell M., Chicago Illinois, to Rodney Mason, Washington, D.C.

 

Piatt, Donn, Mac-o-chee, Logan County, Ohio, Feb. 19, 1881

 

Piatt, Donn

 

Power, James B., general Agent Land Dept., Newport, R.R., Apr. 30, 1878

 

Price, S.W., Lexington, Kentucky, Aug. 23, 1877

 

Putnam, H.C., Jan. 30, 1879

 

Ramsay, Alexander, St. Paul, Minnesota, Feb. 3, 1878

 

Randall, Robert E., New York, Dec. 2, 1880

----- New York, Mar. 19, 1880

 

Randall, Samuel, J., House of Representatives, Dec. 15, 1880

 

Rankin, A.N., Brooklyn, New York, Mar. 31, 1877

----- Brooklyn, New York, Apr. 17, 1877

----- Brooklyn, New York, Apr. 23, 1877

----- Brooklyn, New York, May 10, 1877

----- Brooklyn New York, May 18, 1877

----- Washington, D.C., May 22, 1877

 

Ranstead, W.H., Chicago, Illinois, copy of letter to G.A. Fitch, May 18, 1877

 

Ratcliff, Fleming, Knightstown, Indiana, June 2, 1877

----- Ed. The Journal, Knightstown, Indiana, June 11, 1877

 

Raum, Green B., Washington, D.C., Sept., 1877

 

Rawls, Morgan, Doc. Room, House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., Dec. 1, 1877

 

Rawlings, John W., Charleston, South Carolina, Sept. 24, 1877

 

Ray, D. Gano, Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, Aug. 7, 1880

 

Raymonde, Correspondent of Cincinnati Enquirer, Dec. 31, 1877

 

Rayner, K. Solicitor of Treasury, Oct. 30, 1878

----- Treasury Dept., Feb. 2, 1879

----- Treasury Dept., Feb. 23, 1879

----- Treasury Dept., Feb. 26, 1879

----- Washington, D.C., Mar. 17, 1879

----- Treasury Dept., Mar. 29, 1979

----- Treasury Dept., Mar. 26, 1880

----- Treasury Dept., Mar. 30, 1880

----- Dept. of Justice, May 19, 1880

 

Reed, J.P. and Co., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Aug. 6, 1879

 

Reeve, Felix A., Knoxville, Tennessee, Apr. 2, 1877

 

Red Elephant Mining Co., Clear Creek County, Colorado, booklet, Jan. 31, 1880

 

Reneau, N.S., Washington, D.C., Oct. 31, 1878

 

Republican Reform League New York City, New York,

     See also: Cole, A.N.

 

Reynolds, F.H.C., Bangor, Maine, June 10, 1879

 

Rhett, T.J., Baltimore, Maryland, July 14, 1877

 

Rhoads, John C., Greensborough, Maryland, Dec. 11, 1878

 

Rhoads, D.W., Washington, D.C., Apr. 2, 1877

----- filing envelope, Aug. 21, 1877

 

Rice, A.V., House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., Jan. 27, 1879

 

Rice, Born and Co., New Orleans, Louisiana, 1880

 

Rice, Clinton, Copy of memoranda of agreement, ect., with William McGarrahan, and California land Panche Grande Rancho. May 8, 1877

 

Rice, D. and Co., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Publishers of National Portrait Callery of Distinguished Americans, Mar. 26, 1877

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Apr. 8, 1877

 

Rice, R.G., Detroit, Michigan, July 2, 1878

 

Rich, A., Baltimore, Maryland, Oct. 6, 1877

----- Baltimore Maryland, Nov. 3, 1877

----- Baltimore, Maryland, Mar. 29, 1879

 

Richards, W.A., McPherson Square to Quinton Corwin, Nov. 18, 1878

 

Richards, Z., Washington, D.C., Oct. 29, 1877

----- Washington, D.C., Dec. 27, 1877

----- Washington, D.C., Apr. 22, 1878

----- Washington, D.C., May 8, 1878

----- Washington, D.C., June 13, 1878

----- Washington, D.C., June 20, 1878

----- Washington, D.C., June 11, 1879

----- Washington, D.C., July 9, 1879

 

Richardson, D.P., Angelica, New York, July 9, 1879

 

Richardson, James, Houston, Texas, Feb. 17, 1879

 

Richardson, Joseph, Houston, Texas, Jan. 9, 1879

 

Richardson, William A., Court of Claims, Chamber, Washington, D.C., Apr. 5, 1880

 

Riddle, A.G., Washington, D.C., Dec. 4, 1880

 

Ridgate, Thomas, H. Washington, D.C., to S.B. Benson, Washington, D.C., Oct. 8, 1878

 

Riggs, George W., Washington, D.C., Aug. 19, 1878

 

Roberts, Ellis, H., Utica, New York, Jan. 16, 1879

 

Robertson, D.A., St. Paul, Minnesota, Apr. 25, 1877

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, Mar. 16, 1879

----- St. Joe, Arkansas, Mar.ch 8, 1880

 

Robinson, Eli, Yankton, Dakota Territory, May 17, 1877

----- Yankton, Dakota Territory, June 13, 1877

 

Robinson, John C., Binghamton, New York, July 28, 1877

----- Binghamton, New York, Mar. 23, 1878

----- Binghamton, New York, Jan. 2, 1879

 

Robinson, J.S., Columbus, Ohio Mar. 23, 1880 Enclosed letter J.C. Norton to Robinson, Mar. 12, 1880

 

Robinson, Samuel A., Inspector, Health Officer, to Dr. Smith Townshend, Dec. 30, 1878

 

Rock, G. H., Salisbury, Vermont, Sept. 20, 1877

 

Roedter, H.H., Cincinnati, Ohio, May 3, 1879

 

Roessle, T.E., Envelope only, July 26, 1880

 

Rogers, Andres J., New York, Nov. 26, 1879

 

Rogers, Samuel, Jr., Circleville, Ohio, July 20, 1856,

----- Chicago, Illinois, June 23, 1877

----- Old yellow Bvd. May 23, 1856; Sept 29, 1856; Dec. 30, 1856

 

Rogers, T.C., Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, Aug. 31, 1877

----- Chippewa falls, Wisconsin, Feb. 28, 1878

----- Chippewa falls, Wisconsin, Oct. 30, 1878

 

Rogers, W.D., St. Paul, Minnesota, Jan. 20, 1879

 

Rogers, W.K., Washington D.C., to Brother Martin, June 23, 1877

----- to Arthur, Bateman, Apr. 18, 1878

----- Washington, D.C. to Arthur Bateman, Apr. 18, 1879

----- Diary, Jan.-Dec. 1873

 

Senor Romero, City of Mexico, copy of letter, unsigned, Executive Mansion, Washington, D.C., July 7, 1880

 

Romero, M, Vera Cruz, Mexico, Aug. 11, 1880

----- New York, Nov. 25, 1880 

----- New York City, New York, Jan. 31, 1881

----- New York Club, Mar. 22, 1881

 

Rooney, P.H. Mississippi River, Louisiana, Mar. 15, 1878

 

Royce, C.C., Washington, D.C., Sept 11, 1877

----- Washington, D.C., July 6, 1878

 

Russell, Alfred, Detroit, Michigan, May 17, 1877

----- Detroit, Michigan, May 28, 1877

----- Detroit, Michigan, July 2, 1877

----- Detroit, Michigan, July 3, 1877

----- Detroit, Michigan, July 23, 1877

----- Detroit, Michigan, Nov. 25, 1877

----- Detroit, Michigan, Nov. 29, 1877

----- Detroit, Michigan, Jan. 29, 1878

----- Detroit, Michigan, Feb. 20, 1878

----- Detroit, Michigan, Feb. 21, 1878

----- Detroit, Michigan, Apr. 20, 1878

----- Detroit, Michigan, to Pres. Hayes or WKR, Feb. 1, 1879,

----- Detroit, Michigan, Feb. 1, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Feb. 3, 1879

----- Detroit, Michigan, Apr. 5, 1879

----- Detroit, Michigan, Oct. 24, 1879

----- Detroit, Michigan, Dec. 24, 1879

----- Detroit, Michigan, Feb. 18, 1880

----- Detroit, Michigan, Mar. 12, 1880

----- Detroit, Michigan, May 17, 1880

----- Detroit, Michigan, Oct. 6, 1880

----- Detroit, Michigan, Jan. 23, 1881

 

Russell, B.S., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mar. 14, 1877

----- Jamestown, Dakota Territory, May 22, 1879

----- Jamestown, Dakota, Territory, June 21, 1879

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jan. 6, 1880

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jan. 23, 1880

----- Spiritwood, Dakota Territory, June 12, 1880

----- Beverly, New Jersey, Jan. 26, 1881

 

Russell, W.A., Allentown, New Jersey, July 10, 1878

 

Ruttkay, Albert, New Orleans, Louisiana, Nov. 17, 1877 Enclosed copy of N.P. Banks to the Pres. Of the U.S., Waltham, Massachusetts, Aug. 25, 1877

 

Ruttkay, A. New York City, New York, Sept 24, 1877

----- New York City, New York, Oct. 1, 1877

----- New York City, New York, Oct. 8, 1877

 

Sage, George R. Cincinnati, Ohio, May 23, 1877

----- Cincinnati, ohio, Spet. 7, 1879

 

Sage, R.H., Mar. 25, 1871

----- Apr. 29, 1871

----- Chicago, Illinois, May 3, 1877 

----- Chicago, Illinois, May 15, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, May 25, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, May 29, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, June 9, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, Dec. 7, 1877

 

St. Clair, Alfred, Boston, Massachusetts, Nov. 17, 1879

 

Salisbury, M., San Francisco, California, July 13, 1880

 

Salisbury, W. ,San Francisco, California, Nov. 27, 1880

 

Salter, C.C., Denver, Colorado, Jan. 11, 1878

 

Sanders, William R., Morristown, New Jersey, Apr. 7, 1877

 

Sanford, S.N., Cleveland, Ohio, Apr. 25, 1877

----- Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. 26, 1877

----- Washington, D.C., Apr. 3, 1878

----- Cleveland, Ohio, July 1, 1878

----- Cleveland, Ohio, Mar. 22, 1879

 

Saul, G.W., Louden, Tennessee, July 23, 1877

 

Saul, S.L., Sr. Bristol, Tennessee, June 13, 1877

 

Saunders, Hon. A., U.S.S., Feb. 24, 1879

 

Saville, J.H., Washington, D.C., Dec. 10, 1877

 

Sawyer, A.B., Mayor, Pekin, Illinois, Nov. 27, 1877 Enclosed: Sellers, Elizabeth, Pekin, Illinois, Nov. 16, 1877

 

Scanlon, Philip F., Affidavit, Chicago, Illinois, May 18, 1877

 

Schneider, John L., New York City, new York, Dec. 20, 1879

 

Schroeder, John E., Red Bank, New Jersey, June 24, 1878

 

Schryver, James M., Chief Clerk, B & O Railroad Co., Baltimore, Maryland, Oct. 4, 1879

 

Schubert, William A., Georgetown, D.C., Mar. 10, 1880

----- Georgetown, D.C., Apr. 27, 1880

----- Georgetown, D.C., July 26, 1880

 

Schuck, S.B., Middleburg, Pennsylvania, May 14, 1878

 

Scoffin, John, Columbia, South Carolina, July 1, 1880

 

Scott, Robert, N., Col., U.S. Army, Mar. 20, 1879

 

Scott, Rufus, Belmont New York, Feb. 17, 1879

 

Scruggs, W.L., Atlanta, Georgia, Sept. 8, 1877

----- Atlanta, Georgia, Sept. 26, 1877

----- Atlanta, Georgia, Jan. 28, 1878

----- Atlanta, Georgia, June 28, 1878

----- Atlanta, Georgia, Nov. 28, 1878

 

Scryman, J.A., Prest. Mexican Cable Co., to Charlton T. Lewis, Nov. 7, 1879 [copy]; and Lewis, Charlton, New York, to Charles T. Murphy, Esq., Nov. 7, 1879

 

Seabrease, A.W., Mineral Point, Wisconsin, to Gen. W.G. LeDuc, Nov. 2, 1878 Endorsed to WKR, by Gen. LeDuc

----- Mineral Point, Wisconsin, May 19, 1879

 

Seaman, Frank, Crawfordsville, Indiana, May 31, 1877

----- Crawfordsville, Indiana, Jan. 18, 1878

 

Sears, R.W., Boston, Massachusetts, July 27, 1877

 

Sedgwick, G.S., New York, Mar.ch 11, 1877 Union League Club

----- New York, Oct. 21, 1879

----- New York, Nov. 24, 1879

----- New York City, New York, Feb. 12, 1880

----- from Baskin, R.N., Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, Aug. 5, 1880

----- New York, Dec. 4., 1880

----- New York City, New York, Dec. 9, 1880

----- Telegram, London, England, Jan. 5, 1881

 

Power of attorney to George S. Sedgwick, from Fralick, Murphy and Co., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, First Drafts, 1880

 

Seip, Albert N., Duluth, Minnesota, Jan. 29, 1880

 

Selbie, William, Deadwood, Dakota Territory, June 26, 1878

 

Seward, F.W., Washington D.C., Nov. 9, 1877

----- Washington, D.C., Nov. 9, 1877

----- Washington, D.C., Nov. 28, 1877

----- Washington, D.C., May 7, 1878

 

Sexton, James, Charlotteburgh, New Jersey, May 30, 1877

 

Shallenberger, Hon. W.S., Rochester, Pennsylvania, July 31, 1880

 

Shannon, John D., Piqua, Ohio, Feb. 1, 1878

 

Shaw, S.M., Cooperstown, New York, Nov. 30, 1877

 

Shepard, dtd. The Ebbitt, Washington, D.C., Feb. 23,  1881

 

Shepard, A.D., May 7, 1877

----- New York City, New York, Aug. 31, 1877

----- New York City, New York, Aug. 31, 1877 [2nd]

----- New York City, New York, Jan. 14, 1878

----- Washington, D.C., Oct. 24, 1878

----- New York City, New York, Dec. 31, 1878

----- New York, May 5, 1879 

----- New York City, New York, Aug. 6, 1879

 

Shepard, Elliot F., Apr. 3, 1877

----- New York, Apr. 27, 1877

----- New York, May. 7, 1877

----- New York, May 29, 1877

----- New York, June 25, 1877

----- Supplementary Brief in favor of Bill House of Representitives 1808, introduced by Mr. Potter, of New York, Apr. 1878

----- New York City, new York, Nov. 13, 1878

----- Paper read before the New York Bar Association, “Equalization of Representation in the U.S. Senate.” Nov. 19, 1878

----- New York City, New York, Dec. 6, 1879

----- New York City, New York, Nov. 24, 1880

----- New York, Dec. 24, 1880 Enclosed copy, of recommendation for office.

 

Sherman, Charles E., Washington D.C., Nov. 30, 1880

 

Shields, Geroge H. St. Louis, Missouri, Dec. 28, 1878

 

Shoemaker, Samuel M. Burnside, Maryland, June 21, 1877 

----- Baltimore, Maryland, Feb. 14, 1880

----- Baltimore, Maryland, Mar. 1, 1880

----- Mar. 11, 1880

 

Shoenberger, J.H., Jr. Duluth, Minnesota, May 25, 1877

 

Shops, K.P., Denver, Colorado, Sept 26, 1880

 

Sibley, Gen. H.H., St. Paul, Minnesota, Apr. 10, 1878

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, Sept, 13, 1879

 

Sidebotham, R.A., Boise City, Idaho, Jan. 13, 1881 (Secretary of the Territory)

 

Sickels, D.B., Bangkok, Siam, Oct. 20, 1880

 

Sill, Joseph, Chillicothe, Ohio, Apr. 3, 1879

 

Sill, Mar.y, Mar.ietta, Ohio, Land Purchase from Northern Pacific Railroad, Apr. 30, 1878

 

Simmons, S.M., Boston, Massachusetts, 1878

 

Simpson, E. Owen, Roxborough, Philadelphia, April 25, 1879

 

Sinclair, William W. Baltimore, Maryland, Feb. 2, 1880

 

Singer, Gen. N.B., Fort Brown, Texas, Feb. 28, 1880

 

Sisson, Francis, Keohuk, Iowa, to John Adair, McDowell, Chicago, Illinois, Dec. 27, 1878 

----- Keokuk, Iowa, Mar. 11, 1879

 

Sisson, W.J.W., Port Hope, Canada, Nov. 25, 1877

 

Slaughter, Linda W., BisMar.ck, Dakota Territory, Nov. 20, 1878

----- BisMar.ck, Dakota Territory, Apr. 24, 1879

----- BisMar.ck, Dakota Territory, June 17, 1879

----- BisMar.ck, Dakota Territory, Jan. 18, 1881 Enclosed poem titled, “The Childrens Hymn”

 

Slayton, James R., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Jan. 13, 1879

 

Sleeper, C.B., Brainerd, Minnesota, Mar. 20, 1877

 

Sloan, W.H., New York City, New York, Jan. 15, 1879

 

Slote, Woodman and Co., New York, Manufacturers of Mark Twain scrapbook, ect. Mar. 27, 1877

 

Smith, Amos, Chillicothe, Ohio, June 2, 1877

 

Smith, Charles E., St. Paul, Minnesota, Nov. 21, 1878

 

Smith, George M., Duluth, Minnesota, June 26, 1879

 

Smith, F.R., St. Paul, Minnesota, July 20, 1877

 

Smith, Fayette, Cincinnati, Ohio, Jan. 4, 1879

 

Smith, H.R., St. Paul, Minnesota, Mar. 29, 1877

 

Smith, H.H., New York City, New York, Oct. 6, 1880

----- New York, Oct. 13, 1880

 

Smith, James, Jr., St. Paul, Minnesota, June 18, 1879

----- St. Paul Minnesota, Dec. 10, 1877

----- St. Paul Minnesota, Jan. 18, 1878

 

Smith, J.S., Brainerd, Minnesota, Mar. 3, 1877

----- Brainerd, Minnesota, Mar. 31, 1877

----- Brainerd, Minnesota, May 26, 1877

 

Smith, John Loomis, Brainerd, Minnesota, Mar. 10, 1877

----- Brainerd, Minnesota, Apr. 18, 1877

----- Brainerd, Minnesota, Nov. 18, 1878

----- Brainerd, Minnesota, Aug. 24, 1879

----- Brookfield, Missouri, Nov. 12, 1879

----- Armstrong, Kansas, Dec. 6, 1879

----- Brookfield, Missouri, Apr. 19, 1880

----- Denver, Colorado, Oct. 20, 1880

 

Smith, L., Hastings, Minnesota, Jan. 10, 1878

 

Smith, P.C., Circleville Ohio, Nov. 25, 1880

----- Circleville, Ohio, Nov. 29, 1877

----- Circleville, Ohio, Mar. 25, 1878

----- Washington, D.C., May 25, 1878

 

Smith, S.S., New York City, New York, Nov. 4, 1877

 

Smith, T.C.H., Mar.ietta, Ohio, Apr. 17, 1877

----- Sante Fe, New Mexico Territory, Oct. 10, 1879

----- Sante Fe, New Mexico Territory, Mar.ch 8, 1881

 

Smith, T.T., St. Paul, Minnesota, Jan. 12, 1879

 

Smith, T.C., St. Paul Minnesota, Mar. 16, 1877

 

Smith, Dr. Vespasian, Duluth, Minnesota, Mar. 10, 1877

----- Duluth, Minnesota, Sec. 14, 1877

----- Duluth Minnesota, Aug. 6, 1878

----- Duluth, Minnesota, June 27, 1879

 

Smith, William, H. Chicago, Illinois, Dec. 3, 1877

----- to McDowell, J.A., Chicago, Illinois, July 27, 1878

----- Chicago, Illinois, Oct. 1, 1878

----- Chicago, Illinois, Mar. 19, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Apr. 26, 1879

----- Chicago, Illinois, Aug. 16, 1880

 

Smolinski, J. Washington, D.C., Dec. 24, 1877

 

Smoot, S.S., Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dec. 21, 1878

----- New York, June 3, 1880 Enclosed clipping

----- New York, June 13, 1880

 

Sniffin, C.C., Tucson, Arizona Territory, Jan. 15, 1878

----- San Francisco, California, Feb. 9, 1878

 

Snow, C.L., Brooklyn, New York, Feb. 22, 1881

----- Brooklyn, New York, Feb. 25, 1881

 

Soule, N.E., Exeter, New Hampshire, July 16, 1878

 

Southard, J.M., Indianapolis, Indiana, Bloomington, and Western Railroad, Mar. 23, 1877

 

Spalding, W.W., Duluth, Minnesota, Mar. 8, 1877

----- Duluth, Minnesota, Oct. 31, 1878

----- Duluth, Minnesota,, Nov. 13, 1878

----- Duluth, Minnesota, Dec. 15, 1879

 

Spanier, J.P., Leghorn [Italy?] Dec. 15, 1880

 

Sparrow, T.W., Alexandria, Virginia, July 5, 1877

----- Alexandria, Virginia, July 25, 1877

----- Alexandria, Virginia, Feb. 18 1880

 

Spates, A. Worth, Baltimore, Maryland, Oct. 25, 1877

----- Baltimore, Maryland, Jan. 17, 1878

----- Cheyenne, Wyoming Territory, Dec. 27, 1879

 

Spear, Ellis, U.S. Patent Office, Washington, D.C., Jan. 2., 1878

 

Spellman, J.J., Postal Card to J. Tarbell, Dtd. Jackson, Mississippi, June, 13, 1877

 

Spencer, George, Duluth, Minnesota, Jan. 16, 1880

 

Spencer, John A., LaFayette, Indiana, May 6, 1879

 

Spencer, John N., LaFayette, Indiana, May 6, 1879

 

Spiller, Robert M., Batlimore, Maryland, Nov. 2, 1877

 

Spofford, A.R., Library of Congress, Washington D.C., Dec. 22, 1877

 

Sprague, D.W.C., New York City, New York, Aug. 9, 1880

 

Stafford, Mrs. Sarah Smith, Trenton, New Jersey, June 1, 1877

----- Trenton, New York, Telegram, Dec. 10, 1877

 

Stanton, N.H., Q.M. Dept., Nov. 1, 1880

 

Starr, Jacob W., Washington, D.C., Feb. 26, 1880

 

Stearns, Judge O.P., Duluth, Minnesota, Mar. 16, 1877

----- Duluth, Minnesota, June 29, 1877

 

Steele, H. Hamlin, Washington, D.C., Sept 23, 1879

 

Steiger, E., New York City, Apr. 15, 1878

----- New York City, Dec. 10, 1878

 

Stenhouse, T.B.H., San Francisco, California, May 15, 1877

----- New York City, New York, Aug. 2, 1877

 

Stephenson, Oscar, St. Paul, Minnesota, Apr. 24, 1877

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, Apr. 24, 1877

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, June 22, 1877

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, Oct. 1, 1877

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, Jan. 12, 1878

 

Stephenson, R.H., July 17, 1856

----- Jan. 11, 1858

-----Aug. 22, 1858

-----Sept. 7, 1858

----- Cincinnati, Ohio, Mar. 19, 1877

----- Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 26, 1877 Enclosed letter: Johnson, L.R. to R.H. Stephenson, Cambridge, Indiana, Sept. 7, 1877

----- Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 21, 1877

----- Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. 7, 1877 Enclosed Miner, Miss Ellie, W., Cincinnati, Dec. 1, 1877 to WRK

----- Cincinnati, Ohio, Jan. 8, 1878

----- Cincinnati, Ohio, Apr. 25, 1879

----- Cincinnati, Ohio, July 14, 1879

 

Sterling, Archibald, Baltimore, Maryland, Jan. 18, 1878

 

Sterling, Charlotte H., Gambier, Ohio, Apr. 24, 1878

 

Sterrett, [Stenett?], J.R., reading Pennsylvania, Jan. 25, 1879

 

Stettinnis, John L. Cincinnati, June 19, 1877

 

Stevens, Mrs. E.H., Washington, D.C., to Mrs. Mar.y M. Hale, May 9, 1878

 

Stewart, Dr. J.H., St. Paul, Minnesota, Mar. 8, 1877

----- Washington, D.C., May 31, 1877

 

Stewart, W. Steubenville, Ohio, Sept. 8, 1877

 

Stewart, M.S., Duluth, Minnesota, Jan. 18, 1878

----- Duluth, Minnesota, Dec. 22, 1879

 

Stilwell, H.W., Custom House, New York, Feb. 25, 1880

 

Stockton, James B., St. Louis, Missouri, July 6, 1878 

 

Stoddard, G. Deb., South Woodstock, Connecticut, Jan. 25, 1881

 

Stoddard, W.O., Brooklyn, New York, Mar. 13, 1878

 

Stoms, William, Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 8, 1877

 

Stone, William L. New York City, New York, Aug. 12, 1878

 

Story, Mrs. G.W., New York City, New York, Oct. 1, 1880

 

Stover, John W., Wyoming, Ohio, Nov. 15, 1878

----- Wyoming, Ohio, Nov. 22, 1878

 

Stowell, E.P., Hastings, Minnesota, Mar. 8, 1877

 

Stoyell, John, A. BisMar.ck, Dakota Territory, Apr. 20, 1877

----- Fargo, Dakota Territory, Dec. 10, 1879

 

Straight, J.A., Oxford, Idaho May 19, 1880

 

Strait, H.B., Shakopee, Minnesota, Mar. 20, 1880

 

Stripling, J.B., Greenville, Florida, Apr. 27, 1880

 

Strobach, Paul, Montgomery, Alabama, July 30, 1879

 

Strong, D. Brooklyn, New York, Feb. 4, 1879

 

Sturges, S.B., April 27, 1877, Manfield, Ohio.

----- Mansfield, Ohio, July 17, 1877

 

Swain, D.G., Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, Nov. 22, 1878

 

Swan, Joseph R., Utica, New York, May 5, 1878

 

Swan, E.D., Chicago, Illinois, Sept. 5, 1877

----- Speareville, Kansas, Jan. 21, 1879

 

Swan, W.S., Chicago, Illinois, Mar. 8, 1877

 

Swank, James M., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 21, 1879

 

Swanstrom, E.G., Oneota, Minnesota, Jan. 4, 1878

 

Sweet, Ada C., Chicago, Illinois, May 29, 1877 

----- Chicago, Illinois, July 7, 1877

----- Chicago, Illinois, Sept. 10, 1877

 

Sweet, C.E., Glyndon, Minnesota, June 11, 1877

----- Glyndon, Minnesota, June 4, 1878

 

Sweet, George W., BisMar.ck, Dakota Territory, May 22, 1877

 

Swords, J.F., Washington, D.C., Nov. 21, 1877

 

Sullivan, Deidamia, Bellaire, Aug. 9, 1878

 

Sullivan, John H., Hannibal, Missouri, Dec. 6, 1877

 

Sullivane, Mrs. Oct.avia, Washington, D.C., Mar. 23, 1880

 

Tanner, H. Buffalo, New York, Dec. 31, 1880

 

Tanner, James, New York, June 18, 1877

----- New York, Telegram, June 22, 1877

----- Brooklyn, New York, July 19, 1879

----- Brooklyn, New York, July 26, 1879

 

Tanner, John B., Washington, D.C., July 5, 1877

 

Tarbell, Judge, J., Washington, D.C., June 18, 1877, Enclosed post card from J.J. Spellham

----- Washington, D.C., Nov. 12, 1878

----- Treasury, Washington, D.C., Nov. 12, 1878

----- Washington, D.C., Jan. 16, 1879

----- Washington, D.C., Jan. 17, 1879

----- Washington, D.C., July 3, 1880

 

Taylor, Frederic B., Boston, Massachusetts, Jan. 14, 1879

 

Taylor, J. Howard, M.D., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Oct. 4, 1877

 

Taylor, J.W., St. Paul, Minnesota, Feb. 24, 1878

 

Tebault, B.R., New Orleans, Louisiana, Feb. 16, 1878

 

Teeple, A.V., St. Paul, Minnesota, May 16, 1877 Enclosed Poem
The Buckeye Boy’s Call”

 

“Tehuantepec” from St. Louis Republican, Oct. 6, 1879

 

Terrell, Jayk Circleville, Ohio, July 1, 1879

 

Terrell, J., Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 23, 1879

 

Thayer, F.L., Washington, D.C., Dec. 10, 1877

 

Mr. R. Thayer, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from WKR, and M. Ralph Thayer, to WKR, May 5, 1879 and May 7, 1879

 

Thomas, A.R., Lookout Mt., Tennessee, Sept 1, 1877

 

Thomas, C.W., Cincinnati, ohio, Nov. 18, 1878

 

Thomas, J.B. Brooklyn, New York, Mar.ch 27, 1877

----- Brooklyn, New York, May 4, 1877

----- Brooklyn, New York, Dec. 10, 1877

 

Thomas, John L., Baltimore, Maryland, Dec. 3, 1878

----- Baltimore, Maryland, July 2, 1879

----- Baltimore, Maryland, July 20, 1880

 

Thomas, Mar.y, Washington, D.C., Dec. 30, 1877

------ Washington, D.C., Jan. 17, 1878

 

Thompson, A.W. Washington, Mar. 22, 1881

----- Folder Correspondence to Box 22

----- to W.C. Whitthorn, Washington D.C., Deb. 2, 1881

 

Thompson, Andie, P.M., Mandan, Dakota Territory, Oct. 1880

 

Thompson, E.A., Hutchinson, Kansas, Oct. 10, 1877

 

Thompson, E.A., Hutchinson, Kansas, Oct. 22, 1877

 

Thompson, Mrs. Elizabeth, Washington, D.C., Printed Letter, Feb. 1, 1879

 

Thompson, J.G., Ed., Daily Union-Herald, Columbia, South Carolina, Apr. 9, 1877

 

Thompson, R.W., Secretary of the Navy, to S. J. Randall, Speaker, Jan. 20, 1879 [Draft] [Copy] 

 

Thompson, Richard W., Executive Mansion, Washington, D.C, Oct. 9, 1877

 

Thompson, W., BisMarck, Dakota Territory, Jan. 3, 1879

 

Thomson, Frank H., Detroit, Michigan, Sept. 3, 1877

 

Thomson, H.W., to W.H. Smith, Chicago, Illinois, July 27, 1878

 

Thorne, Ellwood E. New York City, New York, Aug. 9, 1877

 

Thorne, John, L., New York City, New York, July 11, 1877

 

Thornell, John L., New York City, New York, July 11, 1877

 

Thornell, Thomas L., July 7, 1877

 

Thrall, S.C., Cumberland, Maryland, May 10, 1877

----- Cumberland, Maryland, Dec. 1, 1877

----- Cumberland, Maryland, Feb. 21, 1880

----- Cumberland, Maryland, Mar. 20, 1880

 

Thrall, W.R., Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept 17, 1877

 

Throop, W.A., Pres. Michigan Provident Union, Detroit, Michigan, Apr. 9, 1879

 

Tichor, B.H., Boston, Massachusetts, May 8, 1877

 

Tilley, H.H., Navy Dept., Dec. 16, 1878

 

Tingley, A.D., New York City, New York, Sept. 8, 1880

----- Union Live Stock Feeding Co., New York, Oct. 4, 1880, Enclosed clipping and drawing.

 

Tobey, E.S., Boston, Massachusetts, Jan. 1, 1878  

----- Boston, Massachusetts, Jan. 9, 1878

----- Boston, Massachusetts, Jan. 16, 1878

----- Boston, Massachusetts, Apr. 19, 1878

----- Boston, Massachusetts, Apr. 21, 1879

----- Boston, Massachusetts, Nov. 28, 1879

----- Boston, Massachusetts, Dec. 9, 1879

----- Boston, Massachusetts, Mar. 27, 1880

----- Boston, Massachusetts, Dec. 22, 1880

 

Toohy, Flora, San Francisco, California, Nov. 15, 1878

 

Torbet, Rev. A.M., St. Paul, Minnesota, Aug. 6, Enclosed copy of letter, Ed S. Bean to Hon. James E. White, St. Paul, Minnesota, Apr. 23, 1877

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, Aug. 21, Enclosed Dr. J.H. Stewart, St. Paul Minnesota, to John Hickman, St. Paul, Minnesota, July 10; and J.H. Stewart, J.N. Tyner, May 1

 

Tossle, Telegram, New York, to G.S. Sedgewick, May 22, 1880

 

Townshend, Dr. Smith, Health Officer D.C., Dec. 20, 1878, Eclosed letter below:

Robinson, Samuel A., Inspector, Health Officer, to Dr. Smith Townshend, Dec. 20, 1878

 

Copy of proposed treaty stipulations, incomplete, 1880

 

 Trimble, Isaac R., Baltimore, Maryland, Feb. 27, 1879

 

Trimble, John, Washington, D.C., Apr. 8, 1879

 

Trimble, M., Washington, D.C., Dec. 1879

----- Washington, D.C., Dec. 1, 1879

----- Washington, D.C., Dec. 29, 1880

 

Truax, D.B., Hastings, Minnesota, Mar. 9,

----- Dec. 18, 1856

----- Dec. 22, 1856

----- Dec. 31, 1873

 

Truth, John J., Georgetown, Delaware, Apr. 21, 1879

 

Turner, J. Thomas, Washington, D.C., Mar. 19, 1879

 

Turney, S.D., MD, Circleville, Ohio, July 7, 1877

 

Turtle, John J., Late U.S. Consul, Georgetown, Sussex County, Delaware, May 5, 1879

 

Tuttle, Professor Lucius V. Baltimore, Maryland, Jan. 14, 1878

 

Tweedale, John, War Dept., July 11, 1879

 

Tyler, E.B., Baltimore, Maryland, Dec. 20, 1877

----- Louisville, Kentucky, June 6, 1879

 

Tyler, Erastus W., Louisville, Kentucky, June 6, 1879

 

Tyler, John, Jr., Washington, D.C., May 11, 1877

 

Tyner James, N., Washington, D.C., June 28, 1877

----- P.O. Dept, Dec. 28, 1878

----- to Mr. Lewis J. Merritt, Willsburg, Page Co., Iowa, Nov. 8, 1879

 

Ukler, J.R., Baltimore, Ohio, Nov. 5, 1878

 

Unidentified Letter, 1881

 

Uplands Hotel, Eastman Dodge County, Georgia, Opens Dec. 15, 1880

 

Upton, J.K., Treasury Dept., July 8, 1879

 

Vail, T.E., Washington, D.C., Oct. 30, 1879

 

Valentine, Will M. Brooklyn, New York, Mar. 29, 187

 

Van Auken, P. St. Paul, Minnesota, Sept 21, 1877

 

Van Brunt, Henry, Duluth, Minnesota, Mar. 14, 1878

 

Vanks, W.S., Milford, Delaware, Dec. 7, 1878

 

Van Lew, E.L., Richmond, Virginia, May 13, 1877

----- Richmond, Virginia, May 19, 1877

----- Postmaster, Richmond, Virginia, May 21, 1877

 

Vaules, W.S., Milford, Delaware, Dec. 19, 1878

 

Vernon, George W.F., Frederick, Maryland, Oct. 5, 1877

----- Frederick, Maryland, Oct. 8, 1877

----- Frederick, Maryland, Oct. 31, 1877

----- Frederick, Maryland, Apr. 28, 1879

----- Frederick, Maryland, Mar. 4, 1880

----- Frederick, Maryland, Oct. 11, 1880

 

Vincent, Gen. Thomas M., San Antonio, Texas, Jan. 26, 1880

 

Von Luettwitz, A.H., Washington, D.C., Jan. 23, 1878

 

Vore, W.H., Piqua, Ohio, Jan. 21, 1880 and Mitchell, John G. Cols, Jan. 15, 1880

 

Wadsworth, Mrs. B., Auburn, Ohio, Oct. 7, 1879

 

Wadsworth, William R., San Francisco, California, Feb. 17, 1880

----- San Francisco, California, Mar. 10, 1880

 

Walbank, S.S., Duluth, Minnesota, June 25, 1879

 

Walker, Charles, Miles City, Montana, Nov. 26, 1879

 

Walker, Gen. F.A., Supt of Census, Aug. 11, 1880

 

Walker, James. Notes as claimant for certain property inherited from Caleb Perry, May 20, 1878

 

Wallace, J.A.B., Washington, D.C., July 22, 1878

 

Ward, A.G., Dudley, New York City, New York, July 18, 1878

----- Washington, D.C., Jan. 29, 1880

 

Ware, J.W., Sept. 18, 1879

 

Warren, Sarah J., Post Office, Washington, D.C., Dec. 30, 1879

 

Watts, Ethelbert, Capon Springs, West Virginia, July 23, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Aug. 12, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Oct. 29, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nov. 22, 1878

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Feb. 7, 1879

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Aug. 22, 1879

 

Watts, H.M., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nov. 20, 1877

----- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dec. 10, 1878

 

Wayne, Henry C., Savannah Georgia, Aug. 15, 1879

 

Webster, E.A., St. Paul Minnesota, Nov. 12, 1878

 

Wechsler, Dr. J., St. Paul Minnesota, Dec. 16, 1879

-----St. Paul, Minnesota, Nov. 27, 1879

 

Wedgwood, Prof. W. B., Sebago Lake, Maine, Sept. 22, 1879

 

Weikel, Eugene, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dec. 26, 1878

 

Welch, S.M., Buffalo, New York, Dec. 9, 1878

----- Buffalo, New York, Jan. 27, 1879

----- Buffalo, New York, Feb. 15, 1879 

----- Buffalo, New York, Mar. 10, 1879

 

 

Weller, L.W., Florence, California, Feb. 10, 1879

----- Los Angeles, California, Feb. 10, 1879

----- Washington, D.C., Jan. 17, 1879

 

Wells, Major D., San Francisco, California, Telegram to Alfred Russell, Jan. 22, 1881

 

Wheeler, W.S., Washington, D.C., Oct. 23, 1880

 

Whipple, Bishop H.B., Faribault, Minnesota, Apr. 7, 1877

----- Faribault, Minnesota, Apr. 7, 1877

----- Faribault, Minnesota, Apr. 10, 1877

----- Faribault, Minnesota, May 12, 1877

----- Faribault, Minnesota, Sept 27, 1880

----- Faribault, Minnesota, Sept. 29, 1880

----- Maitland, Florida, Jan. 17, 1881

----- Riggs House, Feb. 1, 1881

 

Whitcomb, O.P., Rochester, New York, Nov. 28, 1878

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, Apr. 13, 1880

 

White, Eliza, A., Georgetown, D.C., Feb. 12, 1879

 

White, Harry, Washington, D.C., Jan. 23, 1879

 

White, N.F., Washington, D.C., Mar. 25, 1880

 

White, Dr. F., Washington, D.C., June 8, 1880

 

Whitesides, W.H.H., to W. Martin, May 23, 1877 [copy]

 

Wilbur, Emily, D. San Diego, California, Jan. 15, 1881

 

Wilcox, J.K.H., New Brighton, New York, Sept. 11, 1879

----- New Brighton, New York, Nov. 10, 1879

----- New Brighton, New York, Dec. 25, 1879

 

Wilcox, James A., Columbus, Ohio, Aug. 29, 1879

 

Wilder, A.H., St. Paul, Minnesota, Dec. 10, 1880

----- St. Paul, Minnesota

----- St. Paul, Minnesota, Jan. 26, 1881

 

Wilkenson, Mrs. J.H., Washington, D.C., Feb. 21, 1879

 

Willard, H.A., Washington, D.C., Oct. 31, 1878

 

Williams, W.W., Robinson, G.F., Albert Lea, Minnesota, Feb. 13, 1879

 

Wilson, James M., U.S. Consul, to Senator Morrill, Nurnberg, Germany, Dec. 4, 1877

 

Tax Deed, State of Wisconsin and Dougles County, to WKR, Sept. 12, 1877

 

Wolcott, C.C., Fort Monroe, Virginia, Dec. 21, 1878

----- Fort Monroe, Virginia, Apr. 27, 1880

----- Fort Niagara, New York, Jan. 26, 1881

 

Wolf, John B., Washington, D.C., Dec. 24, 1878

 

Woodbridge, E.A., Camp Apache, Arizona Territory, Feb. 11, 1879

----- Camp Lowell, Apr. 6, 1879

 

Woods, W.B., Atlanta, Georgia, Sec. 16, 1880

 

Work, G.F., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Telegram, Mar. 14, 1881

----- New York, Telegram, Mar. 16, 1881

 

Worthington, Elizabeth, Georgetown Heights, Dec. 2, 1880

 

Wright, B.T., Chicago, Illinois, Jan. 3, 1880

 

Wright, C.B., Washington, D.C., Jan. 17, 1879

 

Wright, Crafts J., Wrights Grove, Chicago, Illinois, Nov. 22, 1879

----- Wright’s Grove, Cook County, Illinois, Feb. 23, 1880 Enclosed, Wright, Mar.garet M. to Malcolm, McDowell, Chicago, Feb. 13, 1880

----- Wright’s Grove, Cook Co. Illinois, Mar. 30, 1880, Enclosed letter J.A. Bentley, Pension Office, to C.J. Wright, Aug. 27, 1879

----- Wright’s Grove, Chicago, Illinois, Apr. 1, 1880 Enclosed Medill, Joseph to C.J. Wright, Mar. 30, 1880 and Ingalls, John J., to Wright, Mar. 23, 1880

----- Wright’s Grove, Chicago, Illinois, May 29, 1880

----- Wright’s Grove, Chicago, Illinois, Dec. 6, 1880

 

Wright, Louisa, Nov. 18, 1856

 

Wright, D. Thew, Sept. 5, 1856

----- Nov. 20, 1856

----- Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 15, 1879

----- Cincinnati, Ohio, May 10, 1879

----- Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. 9, 1879

 

Wright, H.G., Chief of Engineers, Aug. 2, 1879

----- Washington, D.C., Jan. 26, 1881, Enclosed list of publications issued during present administration

 

Wright, Mar.cus, J., Southern History Society, Richmond, Virginia, Apr. 21, 1879

----- Agent for the War Dept., May 15, 1880, Enclosed announcement of Morris, Walton and Co., London, W.C.

----- War Dept., Sept 27, 1880

 

Wright, William Burnett, Boston Massachusetts, Nov. 17, 1879

 

Wyman, Henry P., St. Louis, Missouri, July 18, 1879

 

Wyneken, Gus A., Zanesville, Ohio, Jan. 31, 1879

 

Yalteman, H.S., U.S. Legation, to John Fralick, June, 20, 1878

 

OVERSIZE

 

Agreement of Consolidation of the Panhandle Railroad Company, Holiday Cove Railroad Company and Steubenville and Indiana Railroad Company

 

Banfuson, Jose “Estimate Cost of Operations” undated

 

Chiriqui Mining Co., Memoranda, Undated

----- Memoranda, Undated

----- Memoranda Sept. 12, 1862

----- Report Nov. 22, 1883

 

Description and Pedigree of Racehorse Boston, Jr., Mar. 27, 1858

 

Draft of Contract between W.K. Rogers, S. Smith and C. Smith [undated]

 

Drawing “A Model Block, Pacific Colony” Sinloa, Mexico

 

Keardou, J. and Co., Account of Stock Taken, Mar. 13, 1876

 

Land Purchase by Henry Taylor from J. Andrews, Oct. 22, 1836

 

Land Purchase by J. Brown from J. Plummer, Burleigh Co, Dakota Territory, Jan. 13, 1875

 

Land Donation to Mary Andrews, July 1, 1868

----- July 1, 1868

----- July 1, 1868

----- July 10, 1868

----- July 10, 1868

----- July 10, 1868

 

“Map of Mining District between the Fuerte River and Chois River

 

Map of Township, Dakota Territory

 

Misc. Mining Notes

----- notes on “The Great Mexican Mining Co.” [undated]

----- notes on “The Great Mexican Mining Co.” [undated]

 

Notice to Taxpayers, St. Paul, Minnesota, Dec. 30, 1874

 

Peres, S., J. Rujo, Fuerte, Mexico, Oct. 8, 1883

 

Richmond and Louisville Railroad Trust: Prospectus 1885

 

Rogers, W.K. to Attorney General T. Kenan, Washington D.C., Mar. 22, 1878

 

Supreme Court of Washington D.C., Equity Docket 21, No. 7688

----- Equity Docket [Unspecified] No. [Unspecified]

 

Tax Deed for W.K. Rogers, Douglas County, Wisconsin, May 12, 1874