Daniel Fletcher Webster correspondence
The correspondence of Daniel Fletcher Webster consist of two letters from his mother, Grace Fletcher Webster, one letter from J. C. Warren thanking Fletcher for bones exhumed at Marshfield, two letters from Amasa McCoy, discussing details of forthcoming books about Daniel Webster, and one incomplete letter from an unknown author concerning the publication of a small volume of vignettes of Daniel Webster's life, to be entitled, "Two Months at Marshfield."
- 1850 - 1856
- Webster, Daniel Fletcher, 1813-1862 (Person)
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.25 linear ft. (1 box)
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Daniel Fletcher Webster (1813-1862), chief clerk of US State Department. The collection consists of correspondence from his mother, Grace Fletcher Webster, J. C. Warren, Amasa McCoy and one unidentified author.
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