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Papers, 1853-1950.

Author: Abraham Lincoln Brick
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Personal correspondence, including Brick's letters to his daughter, Estelle, from Washington, D.C. (1901-1908) and his father, William W. Brick, while studying at Cornell and Yale universities (1880-1882); correspondence (1899-1908) regarding the merchant marine, Panama Canal, and other congressional issues; political and patriotic speeches (1890-1908); clippings, brochures, and reports on construction of the Panama  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Speeches
Poems
Correspondence
Named Person: Albert J Beveridge; Anna Brick; Elizabeth Calvert Brick; Estelle Brick; William W Brick; Edgar D Crumpacker; Charles W Fairbanks; Cornelia Cole Fairbanks; Victor Howard Metcalf; James Overstreet; Peter E Studebaker
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Abraham Lincoln Brick
OCLC Number: 28417468
Description: 6 boxes.

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Personal correspondence, including Brick's letters to his daughter, Estelle, from Washington, D.C. (1901-1908) and his father, William W. Brick, while studying at Cornell and Yale universities (1880-1882); correspondence (1899-1908) regarding the merchant marine, Panama Canal, and other congressional issues; political and patriotic speeches (1890-1908); clippings, brochures, and reports on construction of the Panama Canal (1907); invitations to social events in Washington, D.C.; and bills and receipts for personal expenses; together with love letters and poems (1854-1857) of William W. Brick, written to his fiancée, Elizabeth Calvert, of South Bend; correspondence (1908-1926) of Abraham Brick's widow, Anna, including letters of condolence upon his death; papers (1908-1912) relating to settlement of his estate; personal and family correspondence of Estelle Brick (1930-1950); and letters regarding her publication of Addresses and Speeches by Abraham Lincoln Brick (1938) and The Letters of a Father to His Daughter (1940). Correspondents include Albert J. Beveridge, Edgar D. Crumpacker, Charles W. Fairbanks, Cornelia Fairbanks, Victor H. Metcalf, James Overstreet, and Peter Studebaker.

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