Mitchell, Martha Reed, 1818-1902
- Existence: 1818-1902
- Existence: 1818 - 1902
Vice Regent for Wisconsin (1858-1902), Mrs. Alexander Mitchell
Found in 187 Collections and/or Records:
A.L.S. Mount Vernon. Notes several defenses of Miss Cunningham whose health is improving. References to Christie Johnson and her high-handed methods. Feels defenses will sucessfully quiet Miss Cunningham's attackers.
A.L.S. Mount Vernon. Many of the people at Mount Vernon have at various times come down with chills and fevers. Has permission from Secretary of War Stanton to run boats to Mount Vernon again. Raising money to rebuild greenhouse, need only about $100 to do it.
A.L.S. Mount Vernon. Stanton now refuses to let boats run to Mount Vernon. Unable to raise money for greenhouse. Riggs wants to sell one of the Va state bonds (getting 60 % McClelland) needs consent of 5 of the Vice Regents. Asks for her consent.
A.L.S. Mount Vernon. Ignore Miss Johnson's circular - Showing attack on APC in the Philadelphia Press. Totally unfounded.
A.L.S. Washington. Disappointed the MVLA will bring the claim before Congress at this time, but he will support it as best he can.
Two printed appeals, one by Mrs. E.O. Sampson Hoyt (author of "Little George and His Hatchet") and one "To the People of Wisconsin" by Martha Mitchell, Vice Regent for Wisconsin.