Miscellaneous Hoar family papers, 1817-1893.


Miscellaneous Hoar family papers, 1817-1893.

Samuel Hoar correspondence includes: 2 letters to S. Hoar (from Henry Ware, Alden Bradford, and R.O. Sullivan, Boston, 1824 Dec 29, re: meeting of friends of religion; from H. Hildreth, Gloucester, 1827 Oct. 10, re: dismissal of Mr. Hildreth's son from Concord Academy teaching position); 2 letters from S. Hoar (Concord, 1817 Jan. 25, to Samuel Farrar, Andover, re: properties of Harrison and Holden estates; Concord, 1827 Oct. 14, to Rev. Mr. Hosea Hildreth, copy letter). Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar correspondence includes: 4 ALS to E.R. Hoar (from Sophia B. Tayer, Mar. 13, re: documents from old house; from W.B. Spooner, Boston, 1852 Nov. 17, re: accompanying notice "To the Free Soil and Democratic Friends of the Anti-Liquor Law" and the election of members to the House of Representatives; from John A. Andrew (signature only), Boston, 1864 June 27, re: funeral of Colonel Prescott; from J.A. Garfield, Washington, 1881 June 20, re: his visit to Concord, includes clipping of talk delivered by G.F. Hoar "President Garfield's New England Ancestry"); 3 ALS from E.R. Hoar (Concord 1842 Mar. 23, to W.W. Wheildon, re: publication of notices in Bunker Hill Aurora; Concord, 1893 Apr. 7, to [Wm P. Garrison] concerns W.J. Stillman's painting Philosopher's Camp in the Adirondacks, individuals in painting identified; Concord, 1892 Apr. 30, to Gov. John D. Long, invitation to centennial celebration of the founding of Westford Academy, Westford, Mass., includes remeniscences of Concord Academy). George Frisbe Hoar correspondence includes: ALS letter to G.F. Hoar (from Augustus Merrick, Providence [R.I.], 1870 May 25 (letterhead reads: Providence Morocco Goods and Pocket Book Manufacturing Co.), re: congratulatory greetings on election to Congress); 2 letters from G.F. Hoar (TLS, Washington, DC, 1893 Mar. 20 to George P. Furber, Boston, concerns compensation for labor on Election Cases (attached: U.S. Senate return address of torn envelope with G.F. Hoar siguature); from Washington, 1893 Sept. 24 to E.R. Hoar, unable to attend funeral of George Brooks); ALS to Mrs. Rockwood [Hoar] (from Edward Waldo Emerson, Florida, Mar. 17, regarding return of pictures and memories of Emmy Barrett's boarding house).

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Hoar, Samuel, 1778-1856

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Hoar, George Frisbie, 1826-1904

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U. S. Senator from Massachusetts. From the description of George Frisbie Hoar letter to S. S. McClure [manuscript], 1894 January 5. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 694733616 George Frisbie Hoar (1826-1904) was a Republican Senator from Massachusetts (1877-1904). From the description of Autograph collection, 1598-1945. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122405022 From the guide to the George Frisbie Hoar autograph collection, 1598-194...

Hoar, E. R. (Ebenezer Rockwood), 1816-1895

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