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Box: 1 Fold: 1 Barrett, Leonora
late 1800s

DESCRIPTION: ALS from Leonora Barrett to Mr. Hall on 1803 15th St. stationery. The letter thanks Mr. Hall for the edition of "The Crisis" he sent over and mentions other members of the company.



Box: 1 Fold: 2 Binney, Horace
1822

DESCRIPTION: ALS from Horace Binney to Joseph R. Ingersoll, dated October 3, 1822. Binney mentions he has conferred with Mr. Sergeant and explains Mr. Adams' depositions are strong, but he will make himself available if needed by Binney.

Box: 1 Fold: 2.1 Brent, William
1810's

DESCRIPTION: Washington D.C. Circuit Court c. 1810 payment slip for $5 made out to James Mood for four days attendance in court.

Box: 1 Fold: 2.2 Burlingame, Anson
1853

DESCRIPTION: Constitutional convention travel voucher made out to Anson Burlingame dated July 29, 1853.

Box: 1 Fold: 3 Cadwalader, John
1837

DESCRIPTION: ALS from jurist John Cadwalader to statesman & financier Nicholas Biddle , President of the Bank of the United States, dated November 7, 1837. The latter vaguely mentions an understanding between a Mr. Lord and Mr. Riddle that Cadwalader is not privy to.

Box: 1 Fold: 4 Chadbourn, Joseph
1799

DESCRIPTION: One Bill of Sale made out to Joseph Chadbourn with a four cent Massachusetts seal dated March 7, 1799.

Box: 1 Fold: 5 Chadwick, John W.
1884

DESCRIPTION: ALS dated October 9, 1884 from John. W. Chadwick to Mr. Munderwood. Writes about a recently forwarded article, "The Praises of Cities", and the possibility of its publication in the near future.

Box: 1 Fold: 5.1 Concord Mail Stage
1823

DESCRIPTION: Waybill for the Concord Mail Stage from Boston to Concord, MA dated October 18, 1823.

Box: 1 Fold: 6 Conkling, Roscoe
1888

DESCRIPTION: ALS from Roscoe Conkling, New York Congressman to William Henry Goodyear, Esq. excusing himself from their correspondence, dated January 24, 1888.



Box: 1 Fold: 7 Cook, J. C.
1853

DESCRIPTION: MS dated December 21, 1853 recording the purchase of a 20 year old "negro woman", Martha, to J.C. Cook, from the Eufaula Barbour Co. of Alabama.



Box: 1 Fold: 8 Crapo, William WW.
1879

DESCRIPTION: LS dated April 1, 1879 from William W. Crapo to A.S. Cushman in Lausanne on House of Representatives stationery. The letter discusses the difficulties that Mr. W. K. Rodgers, Private Secretary to President Rutherford B. Hays, and Mr. Crapo face in convincing William M. Evarts, Secretary of State, of the need for a consulate in Lausanne that would involve Mr. Cushman.

Box: 1 Fold: 9 Dawson, Colonel Andrew H.H.
1880

DESCRIPTION: 4 ALS from John J. Freedman, Charles A. Rapello, Charles P. Daly, and John K. Porter declining Dawson's invitation to a Robert Burns Birthday dinner.



Box: 1 Fold: 10 Fish, Nicholas
1879

DESCRIPTION: ALS dated September 27, 1879 from Nicholas Fish at the Legation of the United States at Berne to A.S. Cushman. The letter mentions 3 enclosures, one from the Secretary of War to the Secretary of the Treasury, another from the superintendent of the Coast Survey to the Secretary of the Treasury and a third with extracts of Mr. Cushman's conversations with the president. Enclosures not present.

Box: 1 Fold: 11 Gallin, John
1856

DESCRIPTION: 2 ALS from John Gallin's daughter Mary (last name illegible) discussing social matters.



Box: 1 Fold: 11.1 Garfield, H.A.
1925

DESCRIPTION: Typed letter signed from H.A. Garfield to Solomon B. Griffin dated October 16, 1925 regarding the Smith biography of President James A. Garfield published by Yale in 1925.



Box: 1 Fold: 12 Garman, M.J.
1897

DESCRIPTION: ALS from M.J. Garman to William T. Tilden dated April 2, 1897 discussing Tilden's gift to the local church.

Box: 1 Fold: 13 Howe, Frank E.
1872

DESCRIPTION: ALS dated July 29, 1872 from Frank E. Howe to Benjamin Perley Poore. The letter discusses the arrival of Mr. Poore's letter with the excellent campaign material it contains, the copy of "Greeley Record", while Senator Conkling was visiting. Mentions President U.S. Grant and family will visit Conkling on Tuesday.

Box: 1 Fold: 14 Hunt, Gov. W.
Civil War Era

DESCRIPTION: ALS undated from Gov. W. Hunt to Colonel Morris.



Box: 1 Fold: 15 Hunter, William
1879

DESCRIPTION: LS from William Hunter, Acting Secretary, to A.S. Cushman dated September 11, 1879 on paper with a U.S. Department of State Watermark. Mentions enclosed letters from the Secretary of War, meteorological maps and a copy of the Superintendent of the Coast Survey's letter to the Secretary of State .

Box: 1 Fold: 16 Ingersoll, Joseph R.
1820

DESCRIPTION: ALS from Joseph R. Ingersoll to Mr. E. Tilghman dated February 17, 1820. The letter mentions a Mr. Lewis and a Mr. Chauncey in regard to an unnamed matter that need to be attended to.

Box: 1 Fold: 17 Johnson, Richard M.
1836

DESCRIPTION: ALS dated June 16, 1836 from Richard M. Johnson of the 24th Congress to Henry Toland. The letter mentions a John Mason of Richmond. Johnson requests that Toland send him $500 and keep the remainder as a credit for him at Toland's bank.



Box: 1 Fold: 18 Longworth, Nicholas
late 1800s

DESCRIPTION: ALS from Nicholas Longworth to Matthew Morgan dated February 9, no year, in Cincinnatti. The letter declines a dinner invitation due to a previous engagement.

Box: 1 Fold: 18.1 Longworth, Alice Roosevelt
1968

DESCRIPTION: Typed letter signed from Alice Roosevelt Longworth to Charmian Griffin dated November 15, 1968 regarding Governor Dewey's appearance.



Box: 1 Fold: 19 Lovell, Joseph
1839

DESCRIPTION: LS dated March 23, 1839 from Surgeon General Joseph Lovell to Captain John Munroe, Fort Columbus, NY.

Box: 1 Fold: 20 Marsh, Luther R.
1882

DESCRIPTION: ALS dated March 3, 1882 from Luther R. Marsh to Dear Colonel. The letter discusses several acquaintances: Mr. Woodbridge, Judge Torrance and Dr. Dwight.



Box: 1 Fold: 21 O'Connell, Hannah M.
1901

DESCRIPTION: TS Funeral Supply bill for Hannah M. O'Connell from March 27, 1901 and one payment sheet for her survivors from Thomas E. Waggaman, Real Estate Broker & Auctioneer dated July 28, 1901.

Box: 1 Fold: 22 Pruyn, Robert H.
1854

DESCRIPTION:

ALS from Robert H. Pruyn in Albany to Hon. Myron H. Clark dated December 23, 1854, suggesting the appointment of Gen. Levi Harris of the County of Chenargo as Adjunct General.



Box: 1 Fold: 23 Pruyn, John V.L.
1856

DESCRIPTION: ALS from John V.L. Pruyn of Albany to L. Burrows dated July 17, 1856 on The New York Central Rail Road Company stationery giving notice that he subscribed $55,000 for the 7% of the company.

Box: 1 Fold: 24 Rodgers, W.K.
1880

DESCRIPTION: LS from W.K. Rodgers, Private Secretary to President Rutherford B. Hayes, to A.S. Cushman dated January 6, 1880. The letter discusses a consular appointment in Switzerland and the possibility that Rodgers might be of assistance.



Box: 1 Fold: 24.1 Schooner William Tell
1830

DESCRIPTION: Cargo Manifest for the Schooner William Tell of New York bound for Baltimore via the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal dated March 10, 1830 by Captain William Ortley.

Box: 1 Fold: 25 Sedgwick, John
1886

DESCRIPTION: ALS from John Sedgwick to Mr. Forrance dated January 23, 1886 on 201 West 55th St. stationery. This social letter discusses their mutual acquaintance, Mr. Dawson and Sedgwick's son at Harvard, and why he has no photograph to give since "for more than 20 years, no photograph has been made of me".



Box: 1 Fold: 26 Skinner, John B.S.
1863

DESCRIPTION: LS from John B.S. Skinner, Acting First Assistant to the Postmaster General to A.J. Goodman, dated July 29, 1863 on illustrated Post Office Department stationery regarding "franking" privileges for congressmen.



Box: 1 Fold: 27 Stevens, J. W.
1872

DESCRIPTION: ALS from J.W. Stevens to Benjamin Perley Poore dated January 22, 1872 on United States Chamber stationery, requesting the inclusion of his Arlington address in the Congressional Directory.

Box: 1 Fold: 28 Stockton, R.F.
1852

DESCRIPTION: ALS from R.F. Stockton to Daniel J. Rose dated March 16, 1852.

Box: 1 Fold: 29 Tissot, James
1902

DESCRIPTION: TLS from James Tissot to Mr. John H. Rosevear dated April 9, 1902 in which Mr. Rosevear of offered the opportunity to purchase one of Tissot's first editions of "The Life of Our Lord Jesus Christ".



Box: 1 Fold: 30 Turner, Anna Key
1882

DESCRIPTION: AMS dated December 22, 1882 in the hand of Anna Key Turner recording the genealogy of her family.

Box: 1 Fold: 31 Van Buren, John
1851

DESCRIPTION: ALS from John Van Buren ( Son of Martin Van Buren) to a Mr. Allen regarding Tammany politics dated April 19, 1851.

Box: 1 Fold: 32 Illegible Authors
1832-1924

DESCRIPTION: TLS from illegible, Secretary to President Coolidge, thanking J.W. Neel of Baltimore for his letter to the President. ALS from Greene C. illegible to Silas Wright Jr. Esq. dated March 19, 1832 regarding travel plans to Albany, NY. ALS from illegible to Doctor Robert J. Maccoun, U.S. Ship Ohio, Pacific Squadron, detailing Maccoun family affairs, dated September 21, 1848. ALS from illegible to Mr. E. Mitchell dated April 14, 1886 giving advice on how to obtain the signatures of foreign politicians and rulers for his collection.

Box: 1 Fold: 34 Printed Materials
1808-1960

DESCRIPTION: *1* Washington City Canal Lottery Tickets: 26 tickets sold by Notley Young to Daniel Carroll of Duddington.

*2* Program for Parade through Alexandria, VA February 22, 1888: Lists Fire and Police Department participants, DC and VA military participants and parade route.

*3* Notification of New Law announcement June 9, 1884.

*4* Advertisement for Solomon J. Fague's Collection Services April 29, 1872.

*5* District of Columbia Circuit Court payment to James Mood for $5.

*6* Blank stationery from J.E. Bradner's, wholesale dealer in Cigars 110 S. Second St., Harrisburg, PA, 1880's.

*7* Ten identical advertisements for Centennial Celebration Room and Board, Miles House, 1222 F. St., NW, Washington DC, 1876.

*8* Double-sided advertisement for the board game "Rambles Through Our Country".

*9* Anson Burlingame's voucher for Constitutional Convention Travel, dated July 29, 1853.

*10* Pocket-size publication of the 9th Census, dated 1873.

*11* Program for McKinley's Inaugural Grand Concert, March 5, 1897.

*12* Program for "Matinee Francaise" at Marini's Hall, Washington, DC June 21, 1878.

*13* Program for the week of November 1, 1897 at the New National Theatre, featuring "The Serenade", "Cricket on the Hearth", "Rip van Winkle" and "The City of New York".

*14* Edition of "The Play", an advertising magazine for the National Theatre from February 22, 1897.

*15* 2 empty envelopes. One from the United Delivery System, Distribution Department. A second "We Mourn a Father Slain", from J. Magee, 316 Chestnut St., Philadephia.

*16* Four envelopes sold to Bulkley Southworth Griffin as "confederate". One unused Soviet stamp, c. 1960.

*17* Two undated Certificates of Donation from the Washington National Monument Society, one blank, another made out to Mr. Joel Benning for a one dollar donation.

*18* Illustrated advertisement for the Howland Dental Association and Prof. L.G. Marini's Fashionable Dancing Academy in Washington, DC, 1870.

*19* 4 page advertising pamphlet for the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Company, dated February 16, 1888.

*20* Single page illustration of a Bald Eagle flying over Washington, 1808, from " History of the U.S. Capitol" by Glenn Brown, vol. 1, plate 55, p.45.

*21* Illustrated text, undated, of the Civil War era song "Draw the Sword, Northland".



Box: 2 Fold: 1 1922 Journal
1922

DESCRIPTION: From January 14, 1922 to April 26, 1922 Griffin recorded with whom he met and his varied impressions and opinions of politicians and policy. Most of his commentary focuses on international politics such as tensions between Japan and China and the League of Nations. Commentary on domestic politicians includes mention of: Harry M. Daugherty, the Attorney General; President Warren G. Harding; Sir Auckland Campbell Geddes, British Ambassador; Charles Evan Hughes, Harding's Secretary of State; Massachusetts Congressman Sam Winslow, and William Edgar Borah, Senator from Idaho.

Additionally his wife Isabel Kinnear Griffin added commentary in the early 1970's after her husband's death, identifying politicians he mentioned and recording some of her own reminiscences from 1922.

Box: 2 Fold: 2 Inaugural Invitations
1937 & 1949

DESCRIPTION: Two Inaugural Invitations' for Franklin Delano Roosevelt's 1937 ceremony

and one for Harry Truman's 1949 ceremony.

Box: 2 Fold: 3 Griffin, B.S.- Photo and I.D.
1927

DESCRIPTION: One undated photo of the Springfield Republican staff and Bulkley Southworth Griffin's driver's license from 1927.



Box: 2 Fold: 3 Audubon Print : Wild Turkey
1937

DESCRIPTION: Reproduction of J.J. Audubon's "Great American Cock Male: Wild Turkey" engraved, printed and colored by A.A.P. Company , Inc., NY 1937.



Box: 2 Fold: 4 Southworth Family Genealogical Materials
494-1892

DESCRIPTION: Small bound pamphlet "Descendants of Constant Southworth 1614=1685" compiled by George C.S. Southworth published by Harris & Co. of Salem, Ohio in 1892. The pamphlet covers the 17th and 18th century generations of the family.

Small painted Southworth Family Crest from Culleton of 25 Cranborn St., London.

"Chart of the Southworth Pedigree" spanning from the first known generation, Cedric of 494, to the 39th generation.



Box: 2 Fold: 5 Buckley Family Correspondence & Peter Buckley photos
1909-1910

DESCRIPTION: Autograph letter signed from Charles Bulkley Hubble to his son dated May 16, 1910 regarding Bulkley family genealogy.

Autograph letter signed from Percy Martin to Mr. Hubble dated October 10, 1909 regarding Bulkley genealogy.

Color slide of Rev. Peter Bulkley's chair from the Concord Antiquarian Society.

Autograph letter signed from William S. Richardson to Bulkley Griffin Esq. dated January 6, 1910 regarding Bulkley family history.

Undated sepia print of a pewter tankard given to the church in Concord by Rev. Peter Bulkley.

Box: 2 Fold: 6 Bound Bulkley Genealogy
1309-1854

DESCRIPTION: Bound genealogical history of the Bulkley family encompassing 16 generations of the Bulkley's in England and America.

Box: 2 Fold: 7 Bulkley Genealogical Histories, Ephemera
1800's

DESCRIPTION: Undated manuscript recording the births and deaths of Charles and Sarah Bulkley's children spanning 1804-1822.

Typed manuscript of the Bulkley family genealogy identical to the bound version in folder 6.

2 Bulkley family crests.

Assorted Bulkley family genealogical notes.

Box: 2 Fold: 8 Bulkley, Sir Richard
d. 1621

DESCRIPTION: Undated sepia print of "Sir Richard Bulkley - going to church" .

Autograph copy of a biography of Sir Richard Bulkley published in St. Mary's & St. Michael's Parish Magazine, Shrewsbury, 1889.



Box: 2 Fold: 9 Bulkley, Edward and Mary Brown
1873

DESCRIPTION: Printed manuscript of the wife of General Edward Bulkley, Mary Brown Bulkley's, paternal genealogy from the Salem Press of July 25, 1873.

Printed undated biographical illustrated manuscript of General Edward Bulkley with genealogical information.



Box: 2 Fold: 10 Bulkley, Edward - Crests
19th Century

DESCRIPTION: Three Bulkley Family Crests, two printed in black, one in orange with the name Edward H. Bulkley.



Box: 2 Fold: 11 Griffin, J.S.
1877

DESCRIPTION: Two autograph letters signed from J.S. Griffin to Mrs. Nancy Randall of Hillsboro, Oregon dated March 26th and 28th, 1877 discussing common family genealogy.

Box: 2 Fold: 12 Griffin, Solomon Bulkley - Genealogical Research Materials
1897-1925

DESCRIPTION: Printed letter from George Butler Griffin to the descendants of Jasper Griffin dated July 16, 1883 regarding the recent printing of a "Genealogy of the descendants of Jasper Griffin" dated July 16, 1883.

Typed letter signed from Justus A. Griffin to Griffin & Kidner Printers of Hamilton, Ontario dated September 19, 1889 requesting additional Griffin family genealogical materials.

Two typed letters signed from Jerome A. Ringrose, Genealogical Researcher in London, to an unnamed member of the Griffin family dated November 12, 1911 and June 25, 1913 regarding the family's genealogy.

Autograph letter signed from Duane N. Griffin to Solomon B. Griffin dated June 22, 1915 discussing their potentially common ancestors.

Typed letter from E.Adams & Co. to Mrs. L. B. Griffin dated December 5, 1905 regarding the omission of a "Southworth Genealogy" chart left out of a book.

Autograph letter signed from Hubbard Clerckland to a Mr. griffin dated June 7, 1897 describing Hannah Griffin's tomb and the recutting of its letters.

One autograph letter signed from Francis E.G. Stephens to S.B. Griffin from december 30, 1912. The letter contains descriptions of the renovations made to the old family farmhouse in Quogue and the 2 photos that Mrs. Stephens took the previous summer.



Box: 2 Fold: 13 Griffin Family Chronologies
1717-1852

DESCRIPTION: Autograph genealogy of the Griffin family from 1717 to 1852 and one undated autograph biography of Jasper Griffin, first Griffin to emigrate to America from Wales.



Box: 2 Fold: 14 Griffin Coat of Arms & Genealogy
17th c.

DESCRIPTION: Photocopied genealogy of the 17th century branch of the Griffin's in America with a Griffin coat of arms.



Box: 2 Fold: 15 Washington National Monument Society
1848-1888

DESCRIPTION: Two Certificates of Contribution from the Washington National Monument Society from President Zachary Taylor's term. One certificate is made out to Joel Benning for a one dollar donation.

Box: 2 Fold: 16 Washington D.C. Illustrated
19th c.

DESCRIPTION: Illustrated advertisement for the Howland Dental association and Prof. L. G. Marini's Fashionable Dancing Academy in Washington, DC, 1870.

Single page illustration of a Bald Eagle flying over Washington, 1808, from "History of the U.S. Capitol" by Glenn Brown, vol. 1, plate 55, p.45.

Illustrated text undated of Civil War Era Union song " Draw the Sword

Northland".

Printed polychrome illustration of the 28th congress Senate Chamber.

Box: 2 Fold: 17 D.C./Centennial Visitors
1876

DESCRIPTION: Ten advertisements for Centennial Celebration Room and Board , Miles House, 1222 F. St., NW, Washington DC, 1876.



Box: 2 Fold: 18 D.C. Theatre
1878-1897

DESCRIPTION: Program for "Matinee Francaise" at Marini's Hall, Washington DC, June 21, 1878.

Program for the week of November 1, 1897 at the New National Theatre, featuring "The Serenade", "Cricket on the Hearth", "Rip Van Winkle" and "The City of New York".

Edition of "The Play", and advertising magazine for the National Theatre from February 22, 1897.

Box: 2 Fold: 19 D.C. Ephemera
1847-1915

DESCRIPTION: Printed advertisement for Solomon J. Fague's Collection Services dated April 29, 1872.

Notification of a New Law announcement dated June 9, 1884.

Program for President McKinley's Inaugural Grand Concert, March 5, 1897.

Four page printed advertising pamphlet for the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Company, dated February 16, 1888.

Printed listing of the Standing Committees of the House of Representatives, Thirtieth congress, first session dated Dec. 13, 1847.

Notification of the New Pension Law dated June 27, 1890.

Printed Diagram of the U.S. Senate, sixty-fourth Congress, 1915-1917.



Box: 2 Fold: 20 D.C. Photographs-Illustrations
1857-1897

DESCRIPTION: Printed portrait of John Quincy Adams by Johnson, Fry & Co., NY, recorded 1857.

Printed portrait of Gideon Wells based on a photograph by Brady, recorded 1865 by Virtue & Yorston.

Printed black & white illustration of the President Grant's Inaugural Procession, 1873.

Black & white photo of President McKinley's Inaugural procession, March 5, 1897.

Box: 2 Fold: 21 Virginia & Pennsylvania Ephemera
mid 19th c. - early 20th c.

DESCRIPTION: Blank stationery from J.E. Bradner's, wholesale dealer in Cigar's 110 S. Second St., Harrisburg PA, 1880's.

Program for Parade through Alexandria, VA on February 22, 1888: Lists Fire and Police Department participants, DC and VA military participants and the parade route.

Watercolor painting of a natural rockbridge in Virginia, 19th century.



Box: 2 Fold: 22 Connecticut Ephemera
1856-1867

DESCRIPTION: Double-sided advertisement for the board game "Rambles through Our Country".

Two printed share certificate for the Hartford and New Haven Railroad Company. One is dated June 5, 1856 made out to James R. Bilden for twelve $100 shares, another to Edith Collins dated December 5, 1867 for four $100 shares.



Box: 2 Fold: 23 Massachusetts Ephemera
1867

DESCRIPTION: Share certificate for the Lowell Horse Rail Road Company made out to William E. Livingston dated May 22, 1867 for fifty $50 shares.

Box: 2 Fold: 24 Envelopes
1860s

DESCRIPTION: Four 19th century envelopes sold to Bulkley Southworth Griffin as issued by "confederate" forces.

Unused soviet stamp dated 1960 with cheerful farm laborer illustrations.

Two empty envelopes. One from United Delivery Systems, Distribution Department. A second "We Mourn a Father Slain", from J. Magee, 316 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.

Box: 2 Fold: 25 DC Canal Lottery Tickets
1824-1828

DESCRIPTION: Washington City Canal Lottery Tickets: Numbers 1126, 1131, 1132, 1711, 2261

Box: 2 Fold: 26 Canal Lottery Tickets
1824-1828

DESCRIPTION: Washington City Canal Lottery Tickets: Numbers 3118, 3124, 3128.



Box: 2 Fold: 27 Washington City Canal Lottery Tickets
1824-1828

DESCRIPTION: Washington City Canal Lottery Tickets: Numbers 6663, 6666, 6699



Box: 2 Fold: 28 Washington City Canal Lottery Tickets
1824-1828

DESCRIPTION: Washington City Canal Lottery Tickets: Numbers 6921, 6927, 6928, 6929.

Box: 2 Fold: 29 Washington City Canal Lottery Tickets
1824-1828

DESCRIPTION: Washington City Canal Lottery Tickets: Numbers 6933, 6940, 6943.



Box: 2 Fold: 30 Washington City Canal Lottery Tickets
1824-1828

DESCRIPTION: Washington City Canal Lottery Tickets: Numbers 10572, 10579.



Box: 3 Fold: 1 Gibson Bros. Printers "Carrier's Address.."
1875

DESCRIPTION: One "Carrier's Address of the Evening Star" from January 1, 1875, Gibson Brothers, Printers. Contains the notation "Star 1875" on the back.

Box: 3 Fold: 2 Washington Theatre - Advertisement, 1865
1865

DESCRIPTION: Printed Advertisement for the Washington Theatre from May 5, 1865 .



Box: 3 Fold: 3 Williams College Temperance Society
1800s

DESCRIPTION: Printed statement of purpose and Constitution of the Temperance Society of Williams College, undated.



Box: 3 Fold: 4 Plan of the House of Representatives
1849

DESCRIPTION: Printed Plan of the House of Representatives, 1st Session, 31st Congress, with a directory of members.



Box: 3 Fold: 5 Plan of the Senate
1849

DESCRIPTION: Printed Plan of the Senate, 1st Session, 31st Congress with a directory of members, dated 1849.

Box: 3 Fold: 6 Engraving of the Capitol
1858

DESCRIPTION: Printed engraving of the Capitol, dated February 6, 1858.



Box: 3 Fold: 7 Washington Map
1836

DESCRIPTION: Polychrome printed political map of the City of Washington with plan of the main floor of the Capitol registered by H.S. Tanner in 1836.

Box: 3 Fold: 8 D.C. Map
1850

DESCRIPTION: Printed political Map of the City of Washington with floorplan of the Capitol, registered by Thomas Cowperwaith & Co. in 1850.

Box: 3 Fold: 9 Delaware and Maryland Map
1868

DESCRIPTION: Printed polychrome topographical map of Delaware and Maryland, with an enlarged map of Washington D.C. by J.H. Colton & Co., No. 172 William St., NY 1855.

Box: 3 Fold: 10 D.C. Map
1850

DESCRIPTION: Printed polychrome map of the City of Washington with plan of the main floor of the Capitol registered by Thomas Cowperwaith & Co. in 1850.



Box: 3 Fold: 11 D.C. Map
1856

DESCRIPTION: Printed polychrome map of the City of Washington with plan of the main floor of the Capitol registered by Charles Desilva in 1856.

Box: 3 Fold: 12 Washington and Georgetown Map
1868

DESCRIPTION: Printed polychrome political map of Washington and Georgetown published by A.J. Johnson, NY in 1868.

Box: 3 Fold: 13 D.C. and Georgetown Map
1855

DESCRIPTION: Printed political map of Georgetown and the City of Washington with illustrations of the Capitol, Smithsonian and Washington Monuments registered by J.H. Colton, NY 1855.

Box: 3 Fold: 14 Map of Delaware and Maryland
1868

DESCRIPTION: Printed polychrome topographical political map of Delaware and Maryland, with and enlarged map of Washington, D.C. registered by A.J. Johnson in 1868.

Box: 3 Fold: 15 D.C. Map
1873

DESCRIPTION: Printed polychrome political map of Washington D.C. drawn and engraved by W.H. Gamble in 1873.

Box: 3 Fold: 16 Map of Delaware and Maryland
1855

DESCRIPTION: Printed polychrome shaded relief political map "Colton's Delaware and Maryland" published by G.W. and C.B. Colton , No. 172 William St., NY 1855.

Box: 3 Fold: 17 Maps of Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
1876

DESCRIPTION: Printed polychrome double sided political maps of Baltimore and Washington, D.C. drawn and engraved by W.H. Gamble and S. Sugustus Mitchell in 1876.

Box: 3 Fold: 18 Map of Washington and Baltimore
1881

DESCRIPTION: Printed polychrome double sided political map of Baltimore and Washington D.C. drawn and engraved by W.H. Gamble and S. Augustus Mitchell in 1881.

Box: 3 Fold: 19 Map of Washington
1891

DESCRIPTION: Printed polychrome political map of the District of Columbia engraved and published by George F. Cram, Chicago, with the handwritten notation "Cram P939d Kansas City 1891".

Box: 3 Fold: 20 Map of Northern Virginia
1912

DESCRIPTION: Printed polychrome illustration of the U.S. capitol with topographical map of Virginia between Washington and Manassas Junction, printed by Charles Magnus, 12 Frankford St., NY 1912.

Box: 3 Fold: 21 19th Century Newspapers
1859-1871

DESCRIPTION: Two editions of Harper's Weekly, vol.3: No.112, Saturday February 19, 1859 and No. 114, Saturday, March 5, 1859. One issue of the Supplement to the Courant ( Connecticut Current), vol.26, No. 13, Saturday, July 25, 1871.

Box: 4 Fold: 1 Albumen Photograph of the Capitol
1866

DESCRIPTION: Albumen photograph of the Capitol from the Northeast side by G.D. Wakeley in 1866.

Box: 4 Fold: 2 Photo of the White House
1865

DESCRIPTION: Oval albumen photograph of the White House approximately 10 " by 13" in diameter by G.D. Wakeley in 1865.

Box: 4 Fold: 4 Map of Washington
1893

DESCRIPTION: Printed polychrome political map of Washington, D.C. by Rand McNally & Co., after 1893.

Box: 4 Fold: 5 Washington Monument Design Poster
1840-1850

DESCRIPTION: Printed illustrated poster of the Washington Monument design, with the notation "Mills Southworth has donated $5 to the erection of this monument".

Box: 4 Fold: 5 19th Century Newspapers
1804-1889

DESCRIPTION: Saturday, December 8, 1804 issue of the Virginia Argus. Saturday, November 29, 1834 issue of the New York American. Wednesday, December 30, 1835 edition of the New York American. Tuesday March 4, 1873 edition of the New-York Tribune and Wednesday, February 27, 1889 edition of The World.

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