Correspondence of Thomas Jefferson [manuscript], 1814-1826.

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Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848,. Correspondence of Thomas Jefferson [manuscript], 1814-1826.

Correspondence of Thomas Jefferson [manuscript], 1814-1826.

Correspondence of Thomas Jefferson regarding the founding of the University of Virginia. The collection also contains the report of the Rockfish Gap Commission; balance sheets and estimates of University income and expenses; financial statement; a construction estimate; land plats; a bond; a petition to Congress regarding the removal of tariff on books; specifications; Board of Visitors resolutions; book lists; a plat by Achilles Broadhead; and a deed from the Proctor to the Board. In addition there are elevations for several buildings including Nichols # 374, 375, 376, and 377 as well as the Architrave fragment Nichols #378. Correspondents include John Q. Adams, Thomas Appleton, Franklin Bache, Peter Barlow, George Blaettermann, A. S. Brockenbrough, Francis T. Brooke, William S. Clarke, John Hartwell Cocke, P. F. B. Constant, Thomas Cooper, William H. Crawford, Claudius Crozet, Cummings, Hilliard, & Co., James Cutbush, Martin Dawson, Henry A. S. Dearborn, James Dinsmore, Peter DuPonceau, John P. Emmet, Alexander Garrett, Francis Walker Gilmer, Thomas Gimbrede, and John Griscom. Also George Hancock, Robert Hare, Randolph Harrison, F. R. Hassler, James E. Heath, William Hilliard, Chapman Johnson, John V. Kean, Rufus King, John T. Kirkland, William Lambert, William Lee, James Madison, James Monroe, Hugh Nelson, Wilson Cary Nicholas, Thomas J. O'Flaherty, Mann A. Page, Granville Sharp Pattison, James Pleasants, James Patton Preston, C. S. Rafinesque, Thomas Mann Randolph, William Cabell Rives, John Roane, Richard Rush, G. E. Stack, Archibald Stuart, John Vaughan, Benjamin Waterhouse, and John Wood. There are also contracts with George Blaetterman, Charles Bonnycastle, Robley Dunglison, Thomas H. Key, and George Long.

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