Dodge, Harrison Howell, 1852-1937
- Existence: 1852-1937
Superintendent of Mount Vernon 1885-1937
Found in 435 Collections and/or Records:
Regrets sale of four Gibraltar engravings and hopes he can convince the Ladies to raise the money to keep them at Mount Vernon.
A.L.S. Mount Vernon. Restoration of the garden walls and fences. RM-459, MS-3561
A.L.S. Washington, D.C. Sir Julian Paunceforte's proposal to put an iron railing around tree planted last year. A message to him from the Prince and the gift of Washington memorial spoons. Also he wishes to give $10 each to the men who prepared the ground and lifted the tree. Encloses an inscription to post for the tree. ER-14, p. 165
A.L.S. Washington, D.C. Gives data re his life and business experience, which supplements his formal application. ER-18, p. 300
A.L.S. Washington, D.C. Application for position of Superintendent for Mount Vernon. Signeed endorsements on the reverse. Endorsement on the reverse. ER-18, p. 298
Harrison H. Dodge – Dinner in honor of Col. Harrison Dodge for 50 years of service to Mount Vernon, 1934-1935
These photographs were removed from folders within the collection for preservation purposes. Removal slips have been placed in their exact location within the folder to mark their withdrawal. Folder titles in this section correspond to the files with withdrawn photographs.
Small black and white photograph of two men, one guest and one guard, in front of Washington’s tomb. Writing beneath the image reads “Col. William G. Edens and Guard at Washington’s tomb, Mount Vernon, VA., May 1936.”
Typescript copy. Morrison responds from the Library of Congress to Dodge’s inquiry about the relationship between Lund Washington and George Washington.
A.L.S. 4 pages. Relating to the Papers of General Washington. Autograph letter, copy. Date on original catalog card appears . Provenance information transferred from the Curatorial files.