Letter, Mary Eliza Angela Lewis Conrad and Eleanor Parke Custis Lewis to Charles Conrad, 1835 February 22
Scope and Contents
A.L.S. 4 pages. Woodlawn. Charles' success as a lawyer--relations with France--Livingston has left Paris and French minister will leave Washington--she looks forward to war--she won't go to ball given by Batchelors of Washington--reading--news of friends--Mrs. Krumbhaar--family news--improvements in N. Orleans--. Name on original manuscript appears as "M. E. A. Lewis." Autograph letter signed, integral cover, docketed, postmarked "Alexandria D.C. Feb. 25," marked "No. 20," laminated, red blurred seal.
A postscript follows by E.P. Lewis, A.L.S. 1 page. All have had influenza--she still sits up late after others are in bed--is painting birds for her children.
- 1835 February 22
- Conrad, Mary Eliza Angela Lewis, 1813-1839 (Person)
- Lewis, Eleanor Parke Custis, 1779-1852 (Person)
- Conrad, Charles Magill, 1804-1878 (Recipient, Person)
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From the Collection: approx. 60 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
From the Box: English