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Scranton, George W. (George Whitfield) 1811-1861

Works: 13 works in 14 publications in 1 language and 47 library holdings
Genres: Speeches in Congress  Autographs  Sources  History 
Classifications: E436,
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The speakership. Speeches of Hon. George W. Scranton and Hon. James H. Campbell, of Pennsylvania, on the political questions of the day by George W Scranton ( Book )
1 edition published in 1860 in English and held by 31 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Collection of autographs ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Collection of signatures and autographs assembled ca. 1888, probably by Lewis P. Child of New York. The album contains clipped signatures and autographs of presidents, vice-presidents, congressmen, jurists, generals, clergymen, artists and other celebrities. Included are four brief notes from Abraham Lincoln to the Treasury Department (1864-1865) and letters from Daniel Stevens Dickinson to George W. Scranton (1853, May 16); Alfred B. Street to A. J. Odell (1860, Dec. 15); A.J. H. Duganne to A. J. Odell (1867, July 16); Edwards Pierrepont to "My Dear Mr. Taylor" (1874, July 10); Whitelaw Reid to Hugh Auchinloss (1874, Oct. 8); Henry Codman Potter to Lewis P. Child (1888, July 22), William Scharfernberg to "My Dear Madam," (n.d.); Samuel P. Warren to Lewis P. Child (n.d.) Also included is a collection of bills of exchange issued between 1806 and 1808 in Virginia, New York, and Barbados, including a draft issued to John Gough by William Claus, the acting trustee of the Six Nations (1808, Nov. 2)
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English (14)