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To William P. Preston from various correspondents, 1830-1843

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Summary:Business correspondence received by William P. Preston. Documents include the following: letter from Elen Owens June 24, 1830; reference from Simon Becker, October 25, 1834; two letters from George W. Andrews, May 20 and 21, 1835; letter from Thomas Karney, May 8, 1835; letter from unknown, August 1, 1835; letter from Theodore Westphal, August 20, 1835; letter from Joseph Bundt, October 31, 1835; letter from unknown, December 8, 1835; letter from J. M. Carrick, March 10, 1837; letter from A. H. Mandeville, December 15, 1840; letter from David S. Kieffer, October 29, 1841; letter from C. Belden with copy of note for money owed by James Anderson to C & G Belden, subscribed by Alexander Robertson Ronson, Maryland Commissioner, June 7, 1842; note of letter received, March 20, 1842; letter from J. B. Clark, December 25, 1842; telegram from Jerry Walker, February 21, 1863; letter from O. Hopkinson relating to the case of State vs. John Shaw, April 6, 1843.
Creator:Owens, Elen
Becker, Simon
Andrews, George W.
Karney, Thomas
Westphal, Theodore
Bundt, Joseph
Carrick, J. M.
Mandeville, A. H.
Kieffer, David S.
Belden, C.
Ronson, Alexander Robertson
Clark, J. B.
Walker, Jerry
Hopkinson, O.
Place of origin – Continent:North America
Place of origin – Country:United States of America
Place of origin – Region:Maryland
New York
Orange County
Place of origin – Settlement:Baltimore
New York City
Temporal subject: 1801-1900
Topical subjects: Preston, William P. -- Correspondence
ArchivesUM location:Preston Family papers
  • series 2
  • box 5
  • folder 10
  • accession 72-12
Repository:Historical Manuscripts
Browse terms:Economics, Business, Commerce, Labor
Government, Law, Politics
Personal and Family Lives
War, Military
Women's Studies
Copyright holder:Public domain
Collection:Digital Collections
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