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JOSEPH P. ORME PAPERS
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Box: 1 Fold: 1 Letter from Clement S. Lancaster to Joseph P. Orme
August 4, 1856

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 8/4/1856 from Clement S. Lancaster to Joseph P. Orme discussing politics with references to Henry Clay,James Buchanan, John Quincy Adams, and John Charles Fremont.



Box: 1 Fold: 2 Letter from James F. McLaughlin to Joseph P. Orme
July 31, 1858

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 7/31/1858 from James Fairfax McLaughlin to Joseph P. Orme regarding mutual friends and classmates.

Box: 1 Fold: 3 Letter from William J. Blakely to Joseph P. Orme
October 2, 1858

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 10/2/1858 from William J. Blakely to Joseph P. Orme.

Box: 1 Fold: 4 Letter from Wiliam B. Carr to Joseph P. Orme
August 19,1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 8/19/1859 from William B. Carr to Joseph P. Orme.

Box: 1 Fold: 5 Letter from James A. Wise to Joseph P. Orme
August 20, 1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 8/20/1859 from James A. Wise to Joseph P. Orme with reference to a fire in the government workshops that were on the north of the capital.

Box: 1 Fold: 6 Letter from William B. Carr to Joseph P. Orme
March 23, 1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 3/23/1860 from William B. Carr to Joseph P. Orme regarding Carr's election to a position.

Box: 1 Fold: 7 Letter from William J. Blakely to Joseph P. Orme
September 22, 1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 9/22/1860 from William J. Blakely to Joseph P. Orme discussing the upcoming election with reference to the "Old Keystone," Stephen A. Douglas, Abraham Lincoln, John C. Breckinridge, and John W. Forney.

Box: 1 Fold: 8 Letter from William M. Boyce to Joseph P. Orme
December 17, 1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 12/17/1860 from William M. Boyce to Joseph P. Orme describing a "camp hunt" he had just returned from and commenting on the state of the nation with reference to Stephen A. Douglas. He writes "I am for unity and peace but the issue has been made, not by the South, but by the North, and we must meet it bravely. My interests are with the South and I will stand by her in this her hour of misfortune and danger."

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