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:
D. 1 page. $100 receipt for Edward Everett for speaking engagement at North Bridgewater from Peabody Treasurer.
Receipt from Richmond, Virginia, by MVLA Regent Ann Pamela Cunningham to Edward Everett. She notes that she received from him $2696.40, which is to be applied to the purchase of Mount Vernon. Photograph copy with the original in folder.
ER 9; p. 164
A.L.S. Ladies of Israel, Baltimore, send $100 for MV fund. ER-13, p. 40
A.L. Draft copy. Mount Vernon. End of letter missing. Re Forney's article in Philadelphia Press June 26, attacking Miss Cunningham; article refuting same in N.Y. Evening Post June 27. Regent left Mount Vernon in Dec. ER-15, p. 72
Fragment of letter. Has been to Washington twice - both times to see General Scott - about assurances Mount Vernon would be respected and to assure communications between Mount Vernon and Alexandria
A.L. Copy. Mount Vernon. Secretary has been in Washington several days. Short account of Prince Napoleon's visit. Has sent message re funds in his hands to Regent. Some annoyance from federal soldiers--no Southern soldiers on place. ER-15, p. 86
Copy, excerpts of letters from August and October. Re visit of Prince Napoleon and an investment made by Charles Macalester. ER- 16, p. 98
A.L.S. Richmond. Sends him a letter from MVLA to Roger A. Pryor, Editor Richmond Enquirer in reply to editorial of June 6. Hope it meets his approval. ER-1, p. 51
Reverse side reads "Mercantile Library Association, Oration upon Washington, Hon. Edward Everett"