Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Broadside listing the order of exercises and order of procession for the Celebration of Washington's Birthday in Portsmouth, New Hampshire of February 22, 1862. Published by Chronicle Card Press.
Engraved form ceritifying that "Cream Ladle No 68944 is an exact reproduction of one onwed by General and Mrs. Washington and used for a number of years at Mr. Vernon." The ladle was produced by Galt & Bro. Jewellers, Silversmiths, Stationers, Washington D.C..
Printed certificate featuring vignettes of George Washington, the Washington National Monument obelisk and pantheon, and the tomb at Mount Vernon. Lithograph by E. Weber & Co., Baltimore.
Portraits of George and Martha Washington engraved by G. F. Storm. Border, featuring engraving of Mount Vernon, Residence of Washington, by T. Pollock. Includes an engraved biography of George Washington. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1838 by G. F. Storm & T. Pollock in the Clerks office of the District Court of Massachusetts. Printed by C. S. Holland.
First-day cover with authorized gold stamp replica of a portrait of George Washington designed by the United States Postal Service and liscensed by the Postal Commemorative Society.
Made by the National Currency Souvenir Co., Washington, D.C. Stamped on verso, "Made of money destroyed by U.S. Treasury estimated at $3,000."
Invitation from The Board of World's Fair Managers of Virginia inviting Britannia W. Peter Kennon to be present at the ceremonies of Virginia Day at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Enclosed with an envelope and the calling card of Mrs. William Radford Beale.
Reduced copy of a steel engraving of Martha Washington presented to subscribers of the fortieth part of "The American Portrait Gallery." The engraving was presented with the pamphlet "Martha Washington" by Benson J. Lossing (New York : J. C. Buttre, 48 Franklin Street, 1865).