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|Document Type:||Book, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Anne Cary Randolph Bankhead; Joseph C Cabell; Ellen Wayles Randolph Coolidge; Joseph Coolidge; Henry Dearborn; John Wayles Eppes; Maria Eppes; Thomas Jefferson; Nathaniel Macon; Wilson Cary Nicholas; Henry S Randall; Benjamin Franklin Randolph; Cornelia J Randolph; Martha Jefferson Randolph; Thomas M Randolph; Robert Smith; Virginia Jefferson Randolph Trist
|Other Titles:||Jeffeson family correspondence|
Correspondents include Anne Cary Randolph Bankhead, [Joseph Carrington Cabell?], Henry Dearborn, John Wayles Eppes, Maria Jefferson Eppes, [Nathaniel Macon?], Wilson Cary Nicholas, Henry S. Randall, Benjamin Franklin Randolph, Cornelia Jefferson Randolph, Martha Jefferson Randolph, Thomas Mann Randolph, Robert Smith, and Virginia Randolph Trist.
Included is a note from Jefferson to grandson-in-law Joseph Coolidge conveying ownership of the desk on which he wrote the Declaration of Independence.
In addition to correspondence the collection contains a poem in Jefferson's hand "Last Valentine day when bright Phoebus shone clear," a blank printed invitation card of Jefferson's; an "extract of a letter from Mr. Jefferson" concerning "Thomas's systematic arrangement of Coke upon Lyttleton"; a "Plan for a Botanick garden for a publick school ..." in Jefferson's hand; various memoranda, poetry, notes in Jefferson's hand; and plat, drawn by Jefferson, of the sections of land making up his Poplar Forest Estate, Bedford County.