Pirates; Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848; United States. President (1825-1829 : Adams); Letters; Watermarks
Adams writes about a business venture for pirate ship bounty. Letter is marked as a private. It notes that DeGrand may be keeping information from Adams. Markings on left margin. Two middle pages are blank. Address written on page 4. Watermark on...
Carman complains at length about on of his accquaintances.The first two pages of the letter are written on "The Vigilantes" stationery, and the remaining pages are written on semitransparent beige paper.
Carman informs Way that the Vigilantes will be suspending activities while moving offices.The first two pages of the letter are written on "The Vigilantes" stationery, and the remaining pages are written on semitransparent beige paper.
Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932; Envelopes; Seals and labels (Philately)
Envelope from Jusserand 1924 February 2 letter. The upper left corner reads "Ambassade de France a Washington". There are two stamps, one blue and one red, in the upper right corner. A penciled in note amends the typewritten address as 1721...
In this letter addressed to Mr Oliver Bainbridge, Jordan promises to give his correspondent a requested chapter "when I can find time to write it" and also discusses possible time for a meeting between the two.
In this letter, Berenson mentions letters that she has sent containing her correspondence with Bernard Berenson and his two sisters, Senda and Elizabeth. She also writes that she will be sending in more letters that she has found.