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FIRST LADIES OF THE UNITED STATES: NINETEENTH CENTURY | A collection of correspondence from various United States First Ladies, 1878-1896

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3,000 - 4,000 USD

FIRST LADIES OF THE UNITED STATES: NINETEENTH CENTURY | A collection of correspondence from various United States First Ladies, 1878-1896

FIRST LADIES OF THE UNITED STATES: NINETEENTH CENTURY | A collection of correspondence from various United States First Ladies, 1878-1896

Estimate:

3,000 - 4,000 USD

Lot sold:

3,024

USD

FIRST LADIES OF THE UNITED STATES: NINETEENTH CENTURY

A COLLECTION OF CORRESPONDENCE FROM VARIOUS UNITED STATES FIRST LADIES, 1878-1896


Autograph letter signed ("C.C. Fillmore"), one page, [n.d.], to Ms. Wilson regarding a visit to New York in the Autumn. — Autograph letter signed ("Harriet Lane Johnston"), 3 pages on a bifolium, n.p., n.d., to Mrs. M Lane regretfully declining a dinner invitation; tear at gutter. — Inscribed calling card autographed ("L W Hayes"), n.p., 1878, to Mrs. Justice S.F. Miller, thanking her for a gift of oranges. — Autograph letter signed ("Frances Cleveland"), 4 pages on a bifolium, n.p., 8 March 1884, to Mrs. Manning, expressing her angst over her friends impending departure and arranging their farewell meeting; small tape adhesive at center gutter pg. 4. — Autograph letter signed ("Mrs James K Polk"), 3 pages on a bifolium, Nashville, Tenn., 6 March 1888, to Genl. James Grant Wilson, noting she has sent him her copy of President Polk's eulogy; tearing at gutter. — Autograph letter signed ("Ida MKinley"), 2 pages, Washington, D.C., 2 May 1890, to Miss McDonald discussing Mrs. McKinley's recent return to Washington and its social spheres. — Autograph letter signed ("Julia Dent Grant"), 3 pages on a bifolium, Washington, D.C., 31 May 1896, to Mrs. O'Fallon asking after her well being in the wake of a tornado that devastated their native St. Louis.