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Fri Mar 21 17:10:02 2014 UTClccn-no20081094350.47Biennial message of Gov. Henry M. Mathews to the Legislature of West Virginia : session of 18810.841.00Biennial message of Gov. Henry M. Mathews to the Legislature of West Virginia : session of 187934274512Henry_M._Mathewsno20081094357834818lccn-n81029777West VirginiaSupreme Court of Appealslccn-no2008109434Hagans, John Marshall1838-1900lccn-n80047392Watts, Cornelius C.lccn-no2008119313White, Robert1833-1916lccn-n80047393Caldwell, Alfredlccn-n80049674Rucker, Edgar P.lccn-n80047394Riley, Thomas S.nc-west virginia$governor 1877 1881 mathewsWest VirginiaGovernor (1877-1881 : Mathews)lccn-n83002561Baker, Lewis1832-1899nc-nicaragua$president 1893 1909 zalayaNicaraguaPresident (1893-1909 : Zalaya)Mathews, Henry M.(Henry Mason)1834-1884Records and correspondenceArchivesWest VirginiaLaw reports, digests, etcPolitical scienceCosta RicaNicaraguaVilas, William F.--(William Freeman),DiplomatsNicaragua--ManaguaDemocratic Party (Minn.).--State Central CommitteeUnited States.--Postmaster GeneralEl SalvadorTravelCentral AmericaPanama--Isthmus of PanamaEl Salvador--San SalvadorUnited StatesInternational relationsAmbassadors183418841879188119063668347.540843193ocn042314260serial0.86West VirginiaReports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia81ocn030440091serial0.88West VirginiaReports of cases decided in the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia41ocn041725528book19060.73West VirginiaReports of cases decided in the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia21ocn441941494book18791.00West VirginiaBiennial message of Gov. Henry M. Mathews to the Legislature of West Virginia : session of 187921ocn034939564book18810.47West VirginiaBiennial message of Gov. Henry M. Mathews to the Legislature of West Virginia : session of 188111ocn727806631book1.00Baker, LewisLewis Baker papersArchivesRecords and correspondenceContains personal and official correspondence (50 letters, manuscript and typescript). essays, articles, and legal documents. The bulk of the correspondence consists of manuscript letters from Baker with accompanying typescript transcriptions (some are partial). Some of the original manuscript letters transribed are not in this collection and consists solely of the typescript transcription itself. Correspondence is between family members, politicians, and government officials, some in Baker's capacity as the U.S. Minister to Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and El Salvador or recommending him for the post. Typescript essays and articles cover topics related to Baker's experiences in Central America including descriptions of his travels to Managua, Nicaragua, San Salvador, El Salvador, Costa Rica, coffee plantations, and train rides. Also contains correspondence (13 letters, in Spanish, no transcripts) on letterhead stationery of the President of Nicaragua addressed to Baker and signed by President JoseĢ Santos Zeyala. Also contains a Ministry of Finance legal document (in Spanish) appointing Baker as attorney of the State of Nicaragua and a folder inscribed with an invitation to a meeting with the Foreign Minister of El SalvadorFri Mar 21 15:09:58 EDT 2014batch5426