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Annie Burr Jennings collection, 1775-1930 (inclusive).

Author: Annie Burr Jennings
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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An autograph collection of approximately forty letters and documents, chiefly dating from the Revolutionary War era. Prominent in the collection are Ashbel Green, James Wadsworth, and George Washington. Among the later writers are Albert Bierstadt, Richard Wagner and correspondents of Annie Burr Jennings.
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Genre/Form: Autographs
Named Person: Marie-Amélie, Queen consort of Louis-Philippe King of the French; Samuel Adams; Albert Bierstadt; Harman Blennerhassett; Daniel Call; Cadwallader D Colden; Ashbel Green; E K Green; Jacob Green; Annie Burr Jennings; Luther Martin; Antonio d' Orleans; J C d' Orleans; Comfort Sands; Gold Selleck Silliman; William Thornton; James Wadsworth; Richard Wagner; George Washington; John Wickham
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Annie Burr Jennings
OCLC Number: 702167529
Description: .25 linear ft. (1 box)
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An autograph collection of approximately forty letters and documents, chiefly dating from the Revolutionary War era. Prominent in the collection are Ashbel Green, James Wadsworth, and George Washington. Among the later writers are Albert Bierstadt, Richard Wagner and correspondents of Annie Burr Jennings.

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