Letters, 1877, 1881.


Matthews, Stanley, 1824-1889. Letters, 1877, 1881.

Letters, 1877, 1881.

Two letters: to Joseph S. Rollins (1877) regarding an invitation of Rollins's to President Rutherford B. Hayes; and to Levi P. Morton, U.S. Minister to Paris (1881), introducing Dr. S.R. Beckwith.

2 folded sheets (3 p.)

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Matthews was a member of the U.S. Senate from Ohio (1877-1879), and served as counsel before the Electoral Commission in the Hayes-Tilden presidential dispute (1877) and was an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1881-1889). From the description of Letters, 1877, 1881. (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 235127345 Graduate of the University of Michigan, BL (1897), LLB (1899), from Escanaba, Michigan. From the description of Stanley M. Matth...