Papers, 1683-1912.

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Ward, Marcus L. (Marcus Lawrence), 1812-1884. Papers, 1683-1912.

Papers, 1683-1912.

Correspondence, letter books, speeches, financial records, and other papers, documenting Ward's business and political careers, philanthropic and reform efforts, and patronage of artists. Other correspondents include Charles Gillespie, Horace Greeley, George A. Halsey, John Hay, Joseph Henry, Abram S. Hewitt, William R. Hillyer, Sanford B. Hunt, Anthony Q. Keasbey, John C. Littell, Thomas Longworth, H.W. Low, James McCosh, Thomas Nast, William A. Newell, Charles S. Olden, Adaline Oliver, Cortlandt Parker, Joel Parker, William Paterson (1817-1899), William Pennington, William A. Richardson, George M. Robeson, F.W. Seward, John Sherman, W.C.H. Sherman, Charles Sitgreaves, Edwin M. Stanton, John F. Starr, Thaddeus Stevens, John P. Stockton, Robert Field Stockton, William S. Stryker, John C. Ten Eyck, Samuel Tuttle, John C. Underwood, Eugene Vanderpool, Marcus L. Ward, Jr., Gideon Wells, William A. Whitehead, and Edward S. Wilde.

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