Letter collection, 1800-1936.


Putnam County Historical Society (N.Y.). Letter collection, 1800-1936.

Letter collection, 1800-1936.

Two letters by Jno. Chadwick concerning a bison hunt in Dakota Territory, 1859, and a trip across the Panama isthmus, 1861; letters to Gouverneur Kemble from David Crommelin in Amsterdam concerning business with an account in Spanish, 1800, from William Kemble concerning foundry business, 1817, and others concerning a road between Peekskill and Fishkill, 1824-1834; miscellaneous McCabe family letters, 1913-1914; Benjamin B. Odell to Henry Lawson concerning street lighting on Broadway, 1891-1892; Fish family letters, 1866-1882, largely to Sarah from her father Hamilton Fish, her mother, and her sister Julia, concerning social affairs among Washington politicians, matters of health, travelling experiences, with some political comments; pamphlet edition of letters by N.P. Willis written from the Hudson Highlands, 1849; and other miscellaneous letters.

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