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Rogers, Edmund Law

 Person

Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:

Bill for advertising in the National Intelligencer, 1856 March 15

 Item — Box 5, Folder: 11
Scope and Contents

Bill for $21 addressed to Edmund Law Rogers for advertising the sale of lots in the City of Washington in the newspaper the National Intelligencer.

Dates: 1856 March 15

Bond of conveyance from Edmund Law Rogers to James B. Ager and William McLean, 1850 December 19

 Item — Box 5, Folder: 06
Scope and Contents

Bond of conveyance for Lot No. 1 in Square 260 in Washington City, District of Columbia.

Dates: 1850 December 19

Deed in fee indenture from Edmund Law Rogers and Charlotte M. L. Rogers to Johnathan T. Walker, 1857 May

 Item — Box 5, Folder: 12
Scope and Contents

Unsigned indenture for the sale of lots in the City of Washington. Docketed in pencil "sale not made."

Dates: 1857 May

Family tree, Edmund Law Rogers, undated no. 175

 Item — Box 87, Folder: undated no. 175
Identifier: MS-5859
Scope and Contents

A.D. 4 pages. Genealogy or family tree of Edmund Law Rogers. Not complete.

Dates: undated no. 175

George Washington Parke Custis and Martha Custis Williams to Edmund Law Rogers, 1855 February 24

 Item — Box 5, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents 1 page autograph letter signed by George Washington Parke Custis to Edmund Law Rogers, with additional letter from Martha Custis Williams, Arlington House, written on verso. Custis writes, "From the very graphic account you gave Martha Williams of your visit to Mr Fenno, I see but a poor chance of my Drama being brought out [in Baltimore]." He asks Rogers to inquire of his "theater going friends" if any other Baltimore theatres will perform the work. If not, he asks Rogers to return the book...
Dates: 1855 February 24

Lenman and Brother to Edmund Law Rogers, 1849, 1849 October 16, 1849 December 26

 Sub-Series — Box 5, Folder: 01
Scope and Contents

2 letters about the sale of property in Washington.Lenman and Brother, Washington City, to Edmund Law Rogers, Baltimore.

Dates: 1849; 1849 October 16; 1849 December 26

Letter, George Washington Parke Custis to Edmund Law Rogers, 1855 April 10

 Item — Box 74, Folder: 1855.04.10
Identifier: RM-183; MS-2254
Scope and Contents

Recommends that Rogers try to get his play performed on the New York Stage. He asks Rogers help. Custis feelds that it will be a successful drama. He reports that his health is as it was and his spirits are very much depressed.

Dates: 1855 April 10

Letter, W.J. Law to Edmund Law Rogers, undated

 Item — Box 87, Folder: undated
Identifier: MS-5849
Scope and Contents

A.L.S. 4 pages. "My dear cousin, You would very much oblige me and my neighbours here and at the same time be performing an act of great charity, if you would use your interest to prevent the Lock Keeper of Lock 56 on this Canal being turned out of her situation. She is a widow with six children,..." with envelope.

Dates: undated

Letters to Edmund Law Rogers about selling lots in Washington, 1850-1855, 1850 October 28, 1852 May 4, 1855 February 18

 Sub-Series — Box 5, Folder: 04
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection consists of papers collected by various members of the Peter families. It includes letters from George Washington, letters of condolence to Martha Washington after George Washington’s death, estate documents, Major George Peter’s military papers, land plats and surveys, photo albums, letterbooks, and notebooks that tell of the life of this prominent family in Virginia and the City of Washington.

Dates: 1850-1855; 1850 October 28; 1852 May 4; 1855 February 18

N. Callan to Edmund Law Rogers, 1850 August 17-23

 Sub-Series — Box 5, Folder: 05
Scope and Contents

2 letters about the sale of property in Washington. N. Callan, Washington, to Edmund Law Rogers, Baltimore.

Dates: 1850 August 17-23

Peter family papers

 Collection
Identifier: RM-1186
Scope and Contents

This collection consists of papers collected by various members of the Peter families. It includes letters from George Washington, letters of condolence to Martha Washington after George Washington’s death, estate documents, Major George Peter’s military papers, land plats and surveys, photo albums, letterbooks, and notebooks that tell of the life of this prominent family in Virginia and the City of Washington.

Dates: 1772-1932

Receipts for lots in Washington purchased at auction by Lloyd Nicholas Rogers and Edmund Law Rogers, 1849 May-June

 Sub-Series — Box 4, Folder: 23
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection consists of papers collected by various members of the Peter families. It includes letters from George Washington, letters of condolence to Martha Washington after George Washington’s death, estate documents, Major George Peter’s military papers, land plats and surveys, photo albums, letterbooks, and notebooks that tell of the life of this prominent family in Virginia and the City of Washington.

Dates: 1849 May-June

William McCormick, Registrar of Washington D.C. to Edmund Law Rogers, 1852 January 28

 Item — Box 5, Folder: 08
Scope and Contents

Letter from the Commisioners of the Sinking Fund of the Corporation of Washington. William McCormick, Registers Office, Washington, to Edmund Law Rogers.

Dates: 1852 January 28

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