Sullivan, Algernon Sydney 1826-1887
Most widely held works about Algernon Sydney Sullivan
Most widely held works by Algernon Sydney Sullivan
Papers, 1843-1870 by Jeremiah Sullivan ( )
in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Letters from Sullivan to his son, Algernon Sydney Sullivan (1826-1887), a student at Hanover College, Hanover, Ind. (1843-1844), and Miami University, Oxford, Ohio (1845), and lawyer in Cincinnati, Ohio (1849-1857), and New York, N.Y., relating to the elder Sullivan's service as a justice of Indiana Supreme Court, the legal profession, Mexican War, Indiana and national politics, and family business; together with letters relating to Algernon Sullivan's arrest for treason for his attempt to defend a captured Confederate privateer (1861), and ledgers of his Cincinnati law practice and personal expenses.
Autograph letters signed from Algernon Sydney Sullivan, New York, to William Winter 1880-1884 by Algernon Sydney Sullivan ( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
(1) Asks Winter to write a song for a ceremony for a presentation of an obelisk at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; on letterhead of the Law Offices of Sullivan & Cromwell, New York. (2) Concerning an inscription written by Winter for the Poe Tablet; addressed from No. 3, Broad St., N.Y.
Autograph and typescript letters signed to Appleton Morgan from various correspondents 1850-1908 by Appleton Morgan ( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The majority of the letters concern Morgan's dealings with the Shakespeare Society of New York, the Colonial Club and the Reform Club. Several letters mention the Bankside Restoration Shakespeare series edited by Morgan. Correspondents include: F.W. Holland, William F. Morgan, Thomas Jefferson McKee, J. Woods Poinier, Alexander Burton Hagner, Whitelaw Reid, William Archer Cocke, J.M. Merrick, C.J. Reilly, John Eaton, Frederick William Seward, Algernon Sydney Sullivan, Geoge Shea, William King Rogers, N.[?] Fowler, Rev. R. Sprague, Henry J. Ramsdell, G.W. Carlton, Robert Harris, Ignatius Donnelly, Constance M. Pott (Mrs. Henry Pott), J.H. Nodal, Droste, Howard Malcolm Jenkins, Joseph Parker Norris, W.J. Rolfe, William Douglas O'Connor, T.W. Luagge, O'Toll, Alvey A. Ader, Frederick Hawley, H.P. Stokes, August Belmont, L.O. Amundson, George Washington Vanderbilt, James Grant Wilson, James R. Hawley, John Bartlett, Nelson Wheatcroft, William Fearing Gill, Sarah Heywood Trumbull, Martin Warren Cooke, Horace Porter, George Parsons Lathrop, Edwin Reed, T.J. Morgan, George Robert Sims, John Fiske, John Quincy Adams Ward, John J. Read, Molly Elliot Seawell, Richard Wayne Parker, William Travers Jerome, Fernand Henry, Edwin Warfield, M. Nagai, Moncure Daniel Conway, Peter Leary, Latham Davis, Felix Mansfield, R.L. Ashurst, Francis Wilson, H.O. Laug[r?], Francis Asbury Smith, Gustav Holzer, Henry Douglas Robinson, Paul Wilstach, Charles E. Phelps, Minnie Maddern Fiske, John Malone, Horace Howard Furness, W.J.R., Alfred H. Wall, Frank H. [surname illegible], Sir Edward Sullivan and other unidentified or illegible correspondents.
American Civil War (1861-1865) Belmont, August,--1853-1924 Courts of last resort Eaton, John,--1829-1906 Fiske, John,--1842-1901 Fiske, Minnie Maddern,--1865-1932 Furness, Horace Howard,--1833-1912 Gill, William Fearing,--1844-1917 Hanover College Henry, Fernand History Holland, F. W.--1811-1895 Homes Indiana.--Supreme Court Jenkins, Howard Malcolm,--1842-1902 Manuscripts Mexican War (1846-1848) Miami University (Oxford, Ohio) Morgan, William F.--1817-1888 New York (State)--New York Norris, Joseph Parker,--1847-1916 Ohio Parker, Richard Wayne,--1848-1923 Phelps, Charles E.--1833-1908 Pirates Political science Portraits Privateering Reed, Edwin,--1835-1908 Reid, Whitelaw,--1837-1912 Rogers, William King,--1828-1893 Savannah (Privateer) Seawell, Molly Elliot,--1860-1916 Seward, Frederick William,--1830-1915 Shakespeare, William,--1564-1616 Shakespeare Society of New York Shea, George,--1826-1895 Sims, George Robert,--1847-1922 Students Sullivan, Algernon Sydney,--1826-1887 Treason Trials (Piracy) United States United States--Confederate States of America Universities and colleges Vanderbilt, George Washington,--1862-1914 Warfield, Edwin,--1848-1920 Wilson, Francis,--1854-1935 Wilson, James Grant,--1832-1914 Winter, William,--1836-1917