Sarah Stone autograph collection, 1720-1962.

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Stone, Sarah, fl. 1840. Sarah Stone autograph collection, 1720-1962.

Sarah Stone autograph collection, 1720-1962.

Correspondence, clipped signatures, and other autograph items of prominent American and British figures, chiefly of the 19th century. Individuals include John Adams, John Quincy Adams, James Buchanan, Benjamin Franklin Butler, John C. Calhoun, Henry Clay, Albert Einstein, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Edward Everett, Angelina Emily Grimké, Alexander Hamilton, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Washington Irving, Thomas Jefferson, James Russell Lowell, James Madison, Charles Eliot Norton, Augustine Prévost, Benjamin Silliman, Martin Van Buren, Booker T. Washington, George Washington, and Daniel Webster. Includes letters received by Sarah Stone and other members of her family, who were sailors and ship owners of Salem, Massachusetts, during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, active in trade with China, Sumatra, and the West Indies.

200 items.1 container.0.4 linear feet.

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