Ichabod Bartlett papers
The papers of Ichabod Bartlett contain one essay, nineteen letters, and one typed transcript of a letter. They document his personal and professional relationships with his nephew Amos Pettengill Bartlett, brothers James (DC Class of 1812) and Levi Bartlett, (future New Hampshire Governor) Benjamin Pierce, and New Hampshire Governor William Plumer, from his college days through his tenure in the New Hampshire state legislature.
- 1806 - 1844
- Bartlett, Ichabod, 1786-1853 (Person)
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.25 linear ft. (1 box)
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Ichabod Bartlett (1786-1853), lawyer. Dartmouth College Class of 1808. The collection consists of one essay, nineteen letters, and one typed transcript of a letter. They document his personal and professional relationship with his nephew, Amos Pettengill Bartlett, and his two brothers James and Levi, as well as New Hampshire Governors Benjamin Pierce and William Plumer.
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