Election of 1844.
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.4003
Overview Letter from the Committee of Correspondence of the "Clay Club of Morgantown" to the Honorable William S. Archer of Washington, D.C., dated 26 January 1844. The letter informs Archer that he had been elected an honorary member of the club. Letter was signed by Club members E. W. Tower, W. J. Willey, E. C. Wilson, Caleb Dorsey, and Francis Madera. "Clay Clubs" were a political organization supporting the campaign of Kentucky Senator Henry Clay for United States president.
Collection Number: A&M.0140
Overview Personal and business papers of Isaac, Albert, and Silas R. Davis, of Ohio and Marshall counties, West Virginia. Includes estate settlements, genealogical data, justice of the peace docket and broadsides. There is a Civil War loyalty oath for J.N. Keller, a War of 1812 discharge for Thomas Moore and an 1844 presidential campaign broadside for the Whig candidate Henry Clay.
Collection Number: A&M.0996
Scope and Contents Petition, resolutions, memos, clippings, and advertisements concerning change in state constitution, Democratic Party in Preston County, Polk-Clay election, Congressional election ca. 1862, and American Arm & Leg Company.