Everett, Edward, 1794-1865
- Existence: 1794-1865
- Existence: 1794 - 1865
Governor of Massachusetts, U.S. Senator from Massachusetts
Found in 223 Collections and/or Records:
Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett, 1856 September 27
Philadelphia. Incomplete letter. Bringing him up to date on negotiations with John Augustine Washington for sale of Mount Vernon.
Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett, 1856 December 22
Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett, ca. 1856
Draft. Mrs. Gilpin sends her Edward Everett's picture and lock of hair for her Washington locket. Mr. Gilpin, familiar with Virginia laws, assists. ER-1, p. 51
Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett, 1857 January 27
A.L. Charleston (end of letter missing). Received delayed correspondence between Mssrs. Ritchie and John Augustine Washington - latter's letter unsuitable for publication; plans another letter to Mr. Washington. ER-1, p. 61
Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett, January 1857
A.L.S. Difficulties of getting Mr. Washington's commitment - has no doubts as to ability to procure Mount Vernon. Assures him of a fine reception in the South when he comes to give his address. ER-1, p. 62
Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett, 1857 February 7
A.L. initial S. Charleston. Sends him a copy of Mr. Washington's letter to her regarding Mr. Ritchie's letter to him, so that Mr. Everett may know Mr. W. and understand him. Defends Mr. Washington. Will make a real effort to go to Richmond next winter. Has received proposition from Mr. Hall regarding making allies of Agricultural Society which wanted to buy Mount Vernon for a state model farm. ER-1
Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett, 1857 March 18
Charleston. Worried about increasing conflict in country. Thanks him for his oratory and all he's done for cause.
Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett, September 1857
Draft letter, incomplete. Concerning cane to be presented to him by the Ladies'.
Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett, 1857
Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett, 1857
Draft. Refers to publication in Virginia of Washington letter and correspondence between the Ritchies.
Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett, 1858 August
Draft. Thanks him profusely for all he's done.
Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett, undated (022)
Draft letter signed. Discusses his tour of lectures. ER-1, p. 124. Undated 022.
Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett, 1856
Draft of letter, perhaps related to letter dated September 27, 1856. Tells Mr. Everett the latest news on attempts to purchase Mount Vernon.
Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett, 1856 May 3
A.L.S. Philadelphia. Mr. Everett's approaching visit to Philadelphia; negotiations with J.A. Washington, and Gov. Wise's jeopardizing course; may make a trip to Mount Vernnon. Refers to editorial in Enquirer on J.A. Washington's letter. ER-1, p. 51
Bunker Hill Monument Association to Bushrod Washington, 1825 August 9
Letter from Edward Everett informing Bushrod Washington that he has been named an honorary member of the Bunker Hill Monument Association.
BW-3296 - Edward Everett
The Historical Photograph Collection is largely comprised of materials created by or for the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association. Photographers primarily include staff members and contract photographers. The collection spans the 1930s to the 2000s and includes analog material made up of a variety of sizes of film negatives providing a visual history of the Mansion, outbuildings, tombs, grounds, events, visitors, collection objects, personnel, restoration, and changes throughout the estate.
Christie Johnson to Edward Everett, 1858 November
Draft. Regarding publication of the Mount Vernon Papers.
Citizens of Charleston to Edward Everett, 1856 March 31
Asks him to speak to citizens of Charleston. A-700
Copies of letters to and from Christie Johnson and Edward Everett, 1859 June 21
Handwritten copy of letter from Johnson to Everett, June 21, 1859, and Everett to Johnson, June 23, 1859. Explanation to Everett of her dispute with the Regent and consequent resignation as Secretary. Her desire to make a financial settlement with MVLA for her services. Everett's response regarding her situation and salary. MSS-682
Edward Everett, 1858-1937
Edward Everett to Ann Pamela Cunningham, 1858 September 16
Boston. To "My Dear Little Daughter." Glad Cape May did her good. Discusses his health. Will give talk in New York State.
Edward Everett to Ann Pamela Cunningham, 1858 September 21
Binghamton. To "My Dear Pam" - Unable to meet her in Philadelphia. Account has $7900 with more to come.
Edward Everett to Ann Pamela Cunningham, 1859 February 23
A.L.S. Boston. Reports Mrs. Sigourney's gift of $100. ER-9, p. 229
Edward Everett to Ann Pamela Cunningham, 1859 March 1
A.L.S. and photostat of copy. Boston. Remits to Mr. Riggs $11,000 for Mount Vernon fund -- this brings to $60,893 amount forwarded to Mr. Riggs -- this is virtually all on hand except small amount due him for a "Washington" lecture. ER-9, p. 231 and ER-509 (photostat)
Edward Everett to Ann Pamela Cunningham, 1859 June 25
A.L.S. Boston. Has about $5000 subject to draft at sight. At Regent's and Mrs. Ritchie's request, he says Christie Johnson should be paid - suggests $700 and that Council establish salary for this position. If Regent is censured in this salary question E.E. will take blame and "make good". ER-9, p. 251
Edward Everett to Ann Pamela Cunningham, 1859 June 29
A.L.S. Reply to letters re Christie Johnson's salary. Glad his estimate does not greatly exceed D.P. Brown's. Suggests resignation is always kinder than dismissal. Advises relying on Mr. Rigg's judgment, if he thinks wharf should be repaired, estimate $3000. Though he "recoils" from such an outlay. ER-9, p. 253
Edward Everett to Ann Pamela Cunningham, 1859 July 12
A.L.S. Woburn, MA. Mrs. Everett's death, father and son to sail for Liverpool. Pleased to find friendly relations between Regent and Mrs. Ritchie restored. Few contributions of Ledger readers still come in. ER-9, p. 255
Edward Everett to Ann Pamela Cunningham, 1859 July 18
A.L.S. Burlington. Death of Regent's father. Mr. Everett's eyes compel him to lessen correspondence. ER-9, p. 257
Edward Everett to Ann Pamela Cunningham, 1859 August 6
A.L.S. Burlington. Approves of her intended visit to Cape May. Defers European sailing to Sept. to take part in dedication of Webster statue. Pleased with Mrs. Ritchie's and Regent's Philadelphia meeting. Will remit all funds to Mr. Riggs before leaving, including $320 from Masonic lodges. ER-9, p. 259
- Archival Object 222
- Collection 1
- Albumen prints 1
- Card photographs 1
- Cartes de visite 1
- Invitations 1