Washington, Lawrence, 1854-1920
Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:
Page writes that he does not feel the “journal” is as valuable or interesting as he had hoped.
Dorsey wishes to sell some china from the Willis family – particularly a plate that belonged to Princess Murat, great-niece of General Washington and, by marriage, of Napoleon Bonaparte.
Dorsey wants Washington to examine a painting and other relics at the home of Captain and Mrs. Willis near Front Royal.
Virtual confiscation of home is Uncle Sam’s reward to mother who furnished five sons for World War, 1920s
Typescript letter by “A Friend and Admirer of the Late Mr. Lawrence Washington,” speaking against the government’s unfair treatment of Lawrence Washington’s widow.
Writing from the Library of the Boston Athenaeum, Lane requests a description of Washington’s copy of Brown’s Bible.
Lane thanks Washington for his description of George Washington’s copy of Brown’s Bible. He also mentions Washington’s copy of the “Young man’s companion,” which was said to have been given to General Grant.
William discusses an article he is writing about the swords of Washington.
William writes about a statement he had requested regarding the authenticity of Washington’s sword. He has just read Paul Wilstach’s book on Mount Vernon.