Anson Burlingame papers, 1856-1939.

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Burlingame, Anson, 1820-1870. Anson Burlingame papers, 1856-1939.

Anson Burlingame papers, 1856-1939.

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Hinman, Elmore B.

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Brown, Annette

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Burlingame, Anson, 1820-1870

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Attorney, Boston, Massachusetts; Massachusetts state senator, 1852; congressman, 1855-1860; U.S. minister to Peking, China, 1860-1867. From the description of Letter : Washington, [D.C], to W[illia]m L. Lincoln, 1860 June 10. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat record id: 27988840 Anson Burlingame was American envoy to China. The city of Burlingame, Calif., was named in his honor by William C. Ralston. From the description of Anson Burlingame papers,...

Angell family.

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Faneuil Hall Market was opened for the sale of provisions in 1826. The market included the original Faneuil Hall built in 1740-1742, the two adjacent buildings known as Quincy Market, and the surrounding streets. Only vendors who occupied the buildings paid a rental. In 1827, the space under Faneuil Hall was divided into eight stalls. In 1858, the stalls were removed and the market was reopened as the New Faneuil Hall Market. George E. McKay was appointed superintendent in 1877. From...