Letters, 1843 January 31, Washington, D.C., to William Woodbridge.

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Taylor, Frank. Letters, 1843 January 31, Washington, D.C., to William Woodbridge.

Letters, 1843 January 31, Washington, D.C., to William Woodbridge.

Requests the opportunity to prove that he can supply the Library of Congress with needed books more cheaply than other booksellers can because he operates on the cash system; feels it unfair that the Library of Congress gives its book binding business to England when the reason for higher American charges is the tariff on bookbinding tools needed.

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Woodbridge, William, 1780-1861

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Woodbridge was born in Conn. on Aug. 20, 1780. He served in several high Ohio political positions before moving to Michigan. Woodbridge served as Secretary and Acting Governor of the Territory of Michigan, 1812-1828; Collector of Customs at Detroit, 1814- ; Michigan Territory's first delegate in Congress, 1819-1820; Justice of the Territorial Supreme Court, 1828-1832; Delegate from the 1st District (Detroit) to the Constitutional Convention of 1835; Senator from the 1st District, 1838-1839; Gove...

Library of Congress

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The Library of Congress was established by an act of Congress in 1800 when President John Adams signed a bill providing for the transfer of the seat of government from Philadelphia to the new capital city of Washington. The legislation described a reference library for Congress only, containing "such books as may be necessary for the use of Congress - and for putting up a suitable apartment for containing them therein…" The original library was housed in the Washington, DC until August 1814, ...

Taylor, Frank C., 1941-

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