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Fremont/Blumenthal family papers, 1848-1949,

Author: Blumenthal family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Collection includes letter of credit for Alexander Blumenthal, 1857; letter of introduction and Civil War pass for Mr. Blumenthal for a visit to Richmond, 1861; 51 letters from Nina R. Fremont to her mother Maria J. Smith, 1848-1859, concerning studies and school life at Academy of the Visitation in Georgetown, family news, comments on Paris, France, California, Washington, D.C., and New Orleans, theater, opera, and  Read more...
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Named Person: Alexander Blumenthal; Nina R Fremont; Maria J Smith; Joseph Blumenthal; Samuel A Merritt; Robert B Roosevelt; William Cullen Bryant; W L Havemeyer; William Steinway; J C Ruben; Ray Schneider; Fremont family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Blumenthal family.
OCLC Number: 155552999
Description: 0.3 cubic ft.

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Collection includes letter of credit for Alexander Blumenthal, 1857; letter of introduction and Civil War pass for Mr. Blumenthal for a visit to Richmond, 1861; 51 letters from Nina R. Fremont to her mother Maria J. Smith, 1848-1859, concerning studies and school life at Academy of the Visitation in Georgetown, family news, comments on Paris, France, California, Washington, D.C., and New Orleans, theater, opera, and yellow fever epidemic on Staten Island; 60 letters and telegrams to New York State Assemblyman Joseph Blumenthal, 1860-1891, concerning party politics, Congressional and Presidential elections, legislation affecting New York City, invitations to Tammany Hall meetings, political favors, and other matters; correspondents include Samuel A. Merritt, Robert B. Roosevelt, William Cullen Bryant, W.L. Havemeyer (New York City mayor), and William Steinway; and a letter from J.C. Ruben to Ray Schneider, 1949, concerning these documents and biographical information on the families.

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