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Box 1b


Contains 4 Results:

Volume 8, 1827 December 29–1834 September 16

 Item — Box: 1b, Folder: 8
Scope and Contents

Subjects: principally rountine business correspondence, but also includes letters to Wheeling seeking wool. Names of steamboats and captains are mentioned in various letters. Names of persons and companies addressed: J.J. Jackson, Luther Edgerton, Jones, Tyson & Co., W. Palmer, and D.T. Chambers. Letters addressed to: Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Parkersburg, Sistersville, Wheeling, Louisville, Pt. Harman, Salem Ripley, and McConnelsville.

Dates: 1827 December 29–1834 September 16

Volume 9, 1829 August 10–1836 August 19

 Item — Box: 1b, Folder: 9
Scope and Contents

Subjects: family affairs, religion, William Woodbridge's office as U.S. Judge in Michigan, Wheeling Cotton Manufacturing Co., stock in Bank of the U.S. and other banks, the Morganza Tract in Pennsylvania, churches, missionary societies,Collegiate Institute, property in Marietta, and business opportunities. Correspondents include: Lewis Cass, Thomas McKennan, Waterman Palmer, Thomas Morgan, Rev. R.H. Bishop, William Holyoke, Rev. Artemus Ballard, Joseph Gales, and Rev. James Laurie.

Dates: 1829 August 10–1836 August 19

Volume 10, 1833 December–1836 October

 Item — Box: 1b, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents

A few letters dated at Pittsburgh to merchants and business houses in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Louisville. Also includes a cash book spanning Jan. 1834 to Oct. 1836.

Dates: 1833 December–1836 October