Schenck, Robert Cumming Edit

Summary

Level of Description
Sub-Group
Language
English

Dates

  • 1802 – 1981 (Creation)

Extents

  • 27 Boxes (Whole)

Subjects

Notes

  • Abstract

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1821-60; Box 1.1 Files: [letters are from or to Schenck, except where noted]

    1. Schenck to Colonel Robert Davidson re. William SchenckS Estate (1831-35)

    a. October 8, 1831

    b. December 3, 1831

    c. February 13, 1832

    d. April 17, 1832

    e. June 19, 1832

    f. November 24, 1832

    g. October 4, 1832

    h. November, 1832: List of notes belonging to the estate of W.C. Schenck

    i. May 21, 1833

    j. July 29, 1833

    k. August 18, 1833

    l. November 5, 1833

    m. March 31, 1833

    n. May 1, 1834

    o. December 21, 1835

    2. Schencks Marriage Certificate

    3. Copies of Schencks Speech on Internal Improvements (December 15, 1847)[13 copies]

    4. Schencks Speeches in the House of Representatives (1844, 1847)

    a. On the Bill to Refund General Jacksons Fine (January 8, 1844)

    b. On the Mexican War (February 11, 1847)

    5. Schencks Speeches in the House of Representatives (1848-1849)

    a. Schencks remarks in Committee of the Whole, on the state of the Union (August 1, 1848)

    b. On the bill to establish a Territorial Government for Oregon (August 1, 1848) [20 copies]

    c. In Reply to Mr. Giddings, in debate upon a resolution to appoint standing committees (December 27, 1849) [3 copies]

    6. Miscellaneous Correspondence and Materials (1821-51)

    a. John C. Calhoun to Thomas R. Ross [?] concerning the appointment of James F. Schenck (December 22, 1821)

    b. Certificate of Schencks appointment as Division Quarter Master of the Tenth Division of the Ohio Militia (June 1, 1833)

    c. Contract between Egbert T. Smith, Sarah R. Smith and Schenck; Schenck bought land in Franklin, Ohio (December 25, 1835)

    d. Certificate permitting Schenck to practice law in the Seventh Circuit and District of Ohio (December 20, 1837)

    e. To Schenck from Thomas Corwin (March 12, 1840)

    f. Invitation to Elizabeth Schenck, Dorothy Ann Schenck, and Schenck to attend the reading of the last will and testament of Nathaniel Potter (December 11, 1841)

    g. Deed of Samuel Foner to Robert C. Schenck (March 22, 1842)

    h. From Thomas Corwin (July 29, 1843)

    i. From Thomas Corwin (July 30, 1843)

    j. From Thomas Corwin (March 27, 1844)

    k. From John C. Calhoun to Schenck re. documents sent (April 12, 1844)

    l. From Daniel Duncan concerning a property deed (April 28, 1844)

    m. From A. H. Coffee concerning a money deposit for Schenck (October 23, 1844)

    n. From Thomas Corwin (November 18, 1844)

    o. From Daniel Duncan on the land deed in Newark (November 20, 1844)

    p. Circular letter from the Department of State on expenses of U.S. legations to foreign countries (July 25, 1845)

    q. Certificate admitting Schenck to practice before the Supreme Court (December 11, 1845)

    r. 29th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, summary of the debate on the Secret Service Fund (April 27, 1846)

    s. Certification of Schencks election to the House of Representatives from the Third Congressional District of Ohio (December 18, 1846)

    t. December 22, 1846

    u. "Plan of the House of Representatives"(1847/48?)

    v. Resolutions introduced in 1847/8

    w. From Cushing anouncing he will call on Schenck at seven the same days evening (January 26, 1848)

    x. From M. Bartley concerning recommendation of John Sherman for office of U.S. District attorney for the District of Ohio (December 11, 1848)

    y. Fragment (1849)

    z. Certification of Schencks election to the House of Representatives from the Third Congressional District of Ohio (January 27,1849)

    aa. From Hamilton Fish (June 4, 1849)

    bb. "Wild Lands belonging to R.C.S."(1850?)

    cc. From Cayton? (March 20, 1850)

    dd. Draft for a speech (September 30, 1850?)

    ee. From Joseph A. Pottery offering to buy land in Defiance, Ohio from Schenck (November 23, 1850)

    ff. From Joseph A. Pottery repeating his offer (November 30, 1850)

    gg. From Joseph A. Pottery (December 9, 1850)

    hh. From M. Arrowsmith concerning value of Schencks property in Defiance, Ohio (December 10, 1850)

    ii. From Thomas Corwin (December 16, 1850)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1821-60; Box 1.2 Files: [Letters and communications to or from Schenck except where noted]

    1. Correspondence, Communications, and Papers of Schenck While Minister to Brazil (January-June 1851)

    a. Convention between the United States of America and his Majesty the Emperor of Brazil (January 19, 1851)

    b. Name of author not readable, concerning business dealings of the writer with the Brazilian government (January 5, 1851)

    c. Draft of a letter probably from Schenck to the Secretary of State dealing with documents being sent to him (January 9, 1851)

    d. Note from Winfield Scott (February 14, 1851)

    e. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State concerning Schenck's appointment as Envoy Extra- ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Brazil (March 15, 1851)

    f. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State concerning the departure (from Brazil?) of Mr. Tod and Schenck's departure to Brazil on May 1st (April 2, 1851)

    g. From J Spacelding [?] commending Mr. Corwin, a newly appointed chaplain of the Seaman's Friend Society in the Port of Rio de Janeiro, to Schenck (April 5, 1851)

    h. From Ferdinand Coxe concerning instructions given to him by Schenck before his arrival in Brazil (April 7, 1851)

    i. From R.L. Cathcart[?], possibly concerning smuggling in Brazil by citizens of the United States (April 10, 1852)

    j. From ? Maddell and Jacob Willcox asking Schenck's support for their application for a monopoly on artificial manufacturing of ice in Brazil (April 24, 1851)

    k. Copy of letter authorizing Schenck to draw a salary from the Baring Brothers Bank (May 3, 1851)

    l. From Dakin?+Moody Gilbert+Seeds? authorizing Schenck to enter into negotiations with the Brazilien Government over construction of a dry dock (June 2, 1851)

    m. From S. D. Dakin concerning the dry dock of the previous letter (June 2, 1851)

    2. Correspondence, Communications, and Papers of Schenck While Minister to Brazil (July-August 1851)

    a. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, reporting Schenck's arrival in Brazil (July 26, 1851)

    b. Letter from Schenck presenting himself to the Brazilian Foreign Minister (July 30, 1851)

    c. Report by Schenck to Daniel Webster (August 5, 1851)

    d. To Daniel Webster re. financial matters (August 6, 1851)

    e. From Schenck to the Brazilian Emperor introducing himself (August 9, 1851)

    f. Letter apointing William Francis Jones attaché to the Legation in Brazil (author unclear) (August 9, 1851)

    g. Draft for a letter? (August 10, 1851)

    h. To Edward A Hopkins re. letter for Hopkins sent to the Legation (August 11, 1851)

    i. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister requesting a response from the Emperor to his note from August 9 (August 11, 1851)

    j. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister thanking him for his assistance in helping some American citizens (August 13, 1851)

    k. Report to the American Secretary of State (August 19, 1851)

    l. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister asking him to admit packages addressed to Schenck without duty (August 20, 1851)

    m. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister (August 20, 1851)

    n. To the Secretary of State requesting more funds (August 20, 1851)

    o. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister requesting papers re. claim of the South American Steam Boat Association of New York against the Brazilian government (August 27, 1851)

    p. To Commodore J.H. Aulick asking him to comply with Brazilian regulations in the port of Rio (August 29, 1851)

    q.To Commodore Isaac Mc Keever re. Brazilian port regulations (August 29, 1851)

    r. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister promising to ask American naval officers to comply with Brazilian port regulations (August 29, 1851)

    s. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister thanking him for papers re. South American Steam Boat Association of New York (August 30, 1851)

    t. Report to the American Secretary of State (August 31, 1851)

    3. Correspondence, Communications, and Papers of Schenck as Minister to Brazil (September-December 1851, and undated)

    a. To Commodore Aulick concerning presentation of officers from the "Susquehanna" to the Emperor (September 3, 1851)

    b. To Commodore Isaac McKeever informing him that a slave-trading ship running under the United States flag will come into the port (September 4, 1851)

    c. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister requesting a passport for the servant of his predecessor and her daughter (September 4, 1851)

    d. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister thanking him for invitation to the Emperor's gala (September 5, 1851)

    e. To the American Secretary of State re. claim of the South American Steam Boat Association of New York (September 5, 1851)

    f. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister requesting the papers of the late Joseph Ray (September 5, 1851)

    g. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, informing him that the secretary for the Legation left for the United States (September 9, 1851)

    h. Ferdinand Coxe to Schenck applying for the position of Secretary of the Legation (September 10, 1851)[draft and typescript]

    i. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister, with enclosed a letter of thanks from Commodore Aulick (September 16, 1851)

    j. To Macado (apparently the Brazilian Minister to the United States) informing him that Commodore McKeever offers passage to the U.S. on one of the Navy's ships (September 20, 1851)

    k. To unknown person stating that the unknown's brother Frederick is standing trial in Rio for murder (September 24, 1851)

    l. To Daniel Webster informing him that he has secured the services of Ferdinand Coxe and asks Webster to recommend Coxe to the U.S. Senate (September 25, 1851)

    m. To Daniel Webster, copies of the papers dealing with the South American Steam Boat Association of New York claim (September 26, 1851)

    n. To ?, asking for a passport for Captain Suman [?] and his suite (September 27, 1851)

    o. From Myrns and Blume, two Americans detained at "the principal Quartel Militaire of the Empire," asking Schenck to send an interpreter because they are often approached as if they were representatives of the U.S. government (September 27, 1851)

    p. To Daniel Webster reporting on different matters and asking for funds to establish an office (September 30, 1851)

    q. To Macado informing him that he has received Macado's reply to Schenck's letter of the 20th and that he has transmitted Macado's message to the President (September 30, 1851)

    r. Short note to Daniel Webster sending his accounts (September 30, 1851)

    s. To L. Partam?, U.S. Consul, re. progress in appointment of Dr. Joshua Bond as Vice Consul (October 1851)

    t. To Commodore McKeever concerning detachment of a Squadron vessel to transport Macado (October 9, 1851)

    u. To all American consuls in Brazil admonishing them to turn in quarterly reports to the legation (October 10, 1851)

    v. From Lannoy [?] thanking Schenck for two books presented (October 14, 1851)

    w. To Jas. [?] Ferguson, Naval Storekeeper, Schenck requests information on an unclosed account Commodore Aulick left with the Brazilian government (October 16, 1851)

    x. To Edward Kent, U.S. Consul, same subject as previous letter (October 16, 1851)

    y. To John U. Pettit, U.S. Consul, informing him that Schenck will take his complaint to the Brazilian Foreign Minister (October 16, 1851)

    z. To Edward Kent, U.S. Consul, informing all consuls that a slave trading ship carrying the American flag would be coming to Rio. Schenck wanted to seize the trader (October 19, 1851)

    aa. To ? re. the open account Aulick left in Rio (October 27, 1851)

    bb. From [Schenck] complaining about the customs charges consul Pettit had been forced to pay by the Brazilian government (October 27, 1851?)

    cc. Letter to the Brazilian government? dealing with the seizure of the ship "Nebo"? (October 28, 1851)

    dd. From John P. Moun? about a friend who has served in the military (November 7, 1851)

    ee. From Commodore Mc Keever concerning Commodore Aulick's open acount (November 10, 1851)

    ff. From [Schenck] requests a passport for William A. Harris from Brazilian Foreign Minister (November 14, 1851)

    gg. From ? re. the passport for Harris (November 16, 1851)[in French]

    hh. From [Schenck] informing Brazilian Foreign Minister that the open account will be settled (November 17, 1851)

    ii. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, concerning money [Schenck] is owed (November 17, 1851)

    jj. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, concerning the open account (November 24, 1851)

    kk. From [Schenck] to Commodore McKeever concerning payment for the open account (November 25, 1851)

    ll. To unknown individual re. documents Schenck requested (November 26, 1851)

    mm. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, concerning a new Emperial decree (November 29, 1851)

    nn. To Commodore McKeever concerning a Brazilian deserter, who is suspected to be on the "Congress" (December 18, 1851)

    oo. To [Brazilian Foreign Minister] informing him that McKeever has located the deserter on the Frigate "Congress" (December 20, 1851)

    pp. To Southgate Hoo [?] about claim re. Schooner "Benjamin Bigelow." (December 24, 1851)

    qq. To Brazilian Foreign Minister concerning improper seizure of goods by customs (December 30, 1851)

    rr. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, concerning different matters (December 31, 1851)

    ss. To Paulino Jose Soares de Souza, informing him that the "Jamestown" would leave soon and was ready to take his letters (n.d.)

    4. Letters Re. the Chevalier de Sodré (1852-53, and undated)

    a. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, informing him that de Sodré, Brazilian Minister to the United States, has a bad reputation and had to be recalled from all his previous posts. (March 24, 1852) [Original and Copy]

    b. Unknown to Schenck concerning an important memorandum for de Sodré (August 22, 1852)

    c. Ferdinand Coxe, Secretary of the Legation, to Schenck informing him of how de Sodré brags about himself (December 26, 1852)

    d. To Senator J.A. Pearce gossiping about de Sodré (January 13, 1853)

    e. From Ferdinand Coxe, Secretary of the Legation, informing Schenck that de Sodré claims he will go back to the United States as Minister Plenipotentiary (August 5, 1853)

    f. Memorandum written by Ferdinand Coxe, Secretary of the Legation, concerning a talk between Schenck and the Brazilian Foreign Minister on de Sodré (August 20, 1853)

    g. From Coxe to de Sodré asking for a letter written by the Brazilian Foreign Minister who claims Schenck initiated de Sodre's recall (August 23, 1853)

    h. Coxe to Schenck informing him that he has seen the letter mentioned in letter (August 23, 1853)

    i. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister expressing Schenck's disappointment over the Minister's claim that it was Schenck who pushed for de Sodré recall.

    j. Two undated accounts of de Sodré's career

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1852-53; Box 1.3 Files: [Letters and communications to or from Schenck except where noted]

    1. Correspondence, Communications and Papers of Schenck as Minister to Brazil (January,1852)

    a. From U.S. Citizens in Brazil proposing inscription for a world's shrine (1852)

    b. Andrés Lamas to Schenck (? 7, 1852) [in Portuguese]

    c. The Brazilian Foreign Minister and others to Schenck? (January 1852)[in Portuguese]

    d. To Henry L. Panham, U.S. Consul, re. prior correspondence between the two concerning the supposed neglect of Panham's consulate by Schenck (January 3, 1852)

    e. Schenck thanks a Brazilian official for "prompt attention" (January 5, 1852)

    f. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister informing him that he will be absent from Rio for four weeks and that he will visit Argentina (January 5, 1852)

    g. To Edward Kent, U.S. Consul, concerning the ship "Herald" which illegally changed its flag from American to Brazilian (January 6, 1852)

    h. To E. H. Folman informing him that Schenck received the claim against the Imperial Government regarding the schooner "Lodemia+Eliza"(January 6, 1852)

    i. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister regarding the unsettled reclamation for a fine imposed on the schooner "Lodemia+Eliza" (January 6, 1852)

    j. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister regarding the fraudulent sale of the "Herald" (January 6, 1852)

    k. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister concerning five packages seized by the government (January 8, 1852)

    l. The Brazilian Foreign Minister to Schenck (January 9, 1852) [in Portuguese]

    m. Author and recipient unknown dealing with various matters concerning the legation (January 9, 1852)

    n. To Brazilian Foreign Minister concerning U.S. Consuls' right to take possession of deceased U.S. citizens (January 10, 1852)

    o. To Edward Kent, U.S. Consul, concerning letter m (January 10, 1852)

    p. To Henry Lee Norris?, U.S. Consul, on taking possession of goods of deceased U.S. citizens (January 10, 1852)

    2. Correspondence, Communications, and Papers of Schenck as Minister to Brazil (February, 1852)

    a. To the Secretary of State reporting on his stay in Buenos Ayres (February 9, 1852)

    b. Journal of events during Schenck's absence (January 13-February 10, 1852)

    c. To Henry L. Panham, U.S. Consul, concerning the construction of new light house at the Bay of Rio Grande (February 13, 1852)

    d. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, long report on his visit to Argentina (February 14, 1852)

    e. To James Might Gordon?, U.S. Consul, concerning the claim of the administration of Joseph Ray. Page two Memorandum of instruction for the authentication of papers in the case of the administration of Joseph Ray (February 14, 1852)

    f. To E.H. Folman informing him that he is urging the Brazilian government to repay his fine (February 14, 1852)

    g. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister concerning the seizure of the hawser? on board the "Liri?" (February 14, 1852) [2 copies]

    h. To P.R. Fendall concerning the claim of the Joseph Ray administration (February 14, 1852)

    i. To [Brazilian Foreign Minister] acknowledging that the Brazilian government would repay the fine imposed on the "Lodemia+Eliza" (February 16, 1852)

    j. To [Secretary of State] concerning a trade agreement with Brazil (February 23, 1852)

    k. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister concerning the repayment of government bonds (February 24, 1852)

    l. To John L. Gillman, U.S. Consul concerning the matter of the deceased U.S. citizen William L. Harris (February 24, 1852)

    m. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister enclosing a letter from the President of the United States to the Brazilian Emporer (February 24, 1852)

    n. To Henry Lee Norris[?], U.S. Consul, permitting him to take a leave of absence (February 25, 1852) [Two copies]

    o. To Henry L. Panham, U.S. Consul, concerning the personal differences between the two (February 28, 1852)

    3. Correspondence, Communications, and Papers of Schenck as Minister to Brazil (March-April 1852)

    a. To Dr. John James Reese cocerning money he received from Reese's brother Frederick (March 2, 1852)

    b. To Coventry H. Waddell concerning a grant for ice-making (March 4, 1852)

    c. To [the Secretary of State] concerning his expenses as minister (March 11, 1852)

    d. Report to Daniel Webster on various matters (March 15, 1852)

    e. To Henry L. Panham, U.S. Consul, concerning their personal differneces and a possible visit of Schenck (March 16, 1852)

    f. From Ant. M. Leite? de Castro [?](March 17, 1852)[in Portuguese]

    g. To M. Leite de Castro asking why Castro had insulted the servant Schenck had sent to enquire about a package (March 17, 1852)

    h. To J. Might Gordon, U.S. Consul, concerning the arrest of an American sailor (March 29, 1852)

    i. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, concerning payment of the repair the "Susquehannah" (March 30, 1852)

    j. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister concerning the boarding of the American Schooner "Midas" by crew members of the Brazilian armed schooner "Lindora" (March 30, 1852)

    k. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, re. accounts and sending of packages. (March 31, 1852)[draft and copy]

    l. Unknown to Schenck from unknown expressing the hope he would see Schenck (April 8, 1852)

    m. To John L. Gillman, U.S. Consul, concerning consular powers (April 10, 1852)

    n. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister concerning the duties payed by Pettit, U.S. Consul (April 10, 1852)

    o. To R.C. Cathcart, U.S. Consul, instructing the consul to convey any intelligence slave trading ships (April 10, 1852)

    p. To Schenck from Carvallo? Moreira thanking Schenck for his letter in French (April 13, 1852)

    q. To J. Might Gordon, U.S. Consul, regarding the consul's leave of absence (April 15, 1852)

    r. To Henry L. Panham concerning Panham's leave of absence (April 15, 1852)

    s. To John Pettit, U.S. Consul, re. repayment of his duties (April 15, 1852)

    t. To A.F. Damon [?] appointing him Acting Consul (April 15, 1852)

    u. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, informing him about the Pettit matter (April 16, 1852)

    v. To Alexander Thompson, Acting Consul, different matters concerning Thompson's appointment as Acting Consul (April 19, 1852)

    w. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, long report on the slave trade (April 26, 1852)

    4. Correspondence, Communications, and Papers of Schenck as Minister to Brazil (May-June 1852)

    a. Inventory of dispatches (August, 1851-May, 1852)

    b. Abbott Laurence? to Schenck introducing Sir Charles Hotham the British Minister to Argentine (May 1, 1852)

    c. Speech of the Brazilian Emperor to the Brazilian General Legislative Assembly (May 3, 1852)

    d. Buynsford [?] to Schenck asking Schenck to try to delay the removal of Reese to a house of correction (May 4, 1852)

    e. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, enclosing the speech of the Emperor, and points out Emperor's determination to stop the slave trade; also writes about Brazilian realtions with the Oriental Republic and Argentine (May 4, 1852)

    f. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister thanking him that the Emperor has received and granted a petition re. a customs matter (May 5, 1852)

    g. To [Daniel Webster, Secrtary of State] informing him about leaves of absence of consuls Gordon and Panham (May 8, 1852)

    h. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister concerning the trial of Alonzo Bertrand Davis, a U.S. Navy Officer (May 10, 1852)

    i. To J. Might Gordon, U.S. Consul, concerning the appointment of Damon as acting consul (May 10, 1852)

    j. To Henry B. Dewey, Acting Consul, informing him that the regular consul Norris has recommended Dewey for his faithful performance as acting consul (May 11, 1852)

    k. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister "privately" pleading the case of Frederick William Reese condemned to twelve years imprisonment (May 11, 1852)

    l. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, concerning the new Brazilian cabinet (May 11, 1852)

    m. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister concerning the trial of Alonzo B. Davis U.S. Navy officer (May 12, 1852)

    n. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister concerning the Davis trial (May 29, 1852)

    o. 2 lists of table linen and bed linen at the Legation (June 1852)

    p. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister re. the Davis trial (June 2, 1852)

    q. To Albert F. Damon, Acting U.S. Consul, concerning his bond and fee (June 4, 1852)

    r. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister cocnerning "the outrage committed by the Brazilian armed schooner "Lindora" upon the "Midas" a merchant vessel of the United States (June 5, 1852)

    s. To [Daniel Webster, Secretary of State] reporting on his progress in the case of Alonzo Davis (June 7, 1852)

    t. To unknown appointing him acting Secretary of the Legation (June 12, 1852)

    u. [Schenck] appointing Caspar Schenck an Attaché to the Legation (June 12, 1852)

    v. S. [?] W. Downing to Schenck informing him that his ship would be ready by Saturday (June 13, 1852)

    w. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister asking for an interview (June 14, 1852)

    x. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister, with two packages from the United States, informing him of the appointment of Caspar Schenck as attaché (June 14, 1852)

    y. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister asking for duty free delivery of a package from the United States (June 14, 1852)

    z. To John S. Gillmen?, U.S. Consul, explaining that the consul's prior letter had been misplaced (June 14, 1852)

    aa. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, informing him he is getting ready to depart to Buenos Ayres as ordered, also talks about de Sodré's replacement in Washington (June 14, 1852)

    bb. Dinner invitation to Schenck from unknown (June 16, 1852) [in French]

    cc. To Edward Kent, U.S. Consul, asking the consul to accept the place of Chargé d'Affairs ad interim while Schenck was in Argentine (Jame 18, 1852)

    dd. To Samuel W. Downing, Captain of the "Jamestown," asking him to make room for a Brazilian envoy to Argentine on their trip to that country (June 18, 1852)

    ee. To Alexander Thompson, acting U.S. Consul, informing the consul that his two letters had arrived (June 18, 1852)

    ff. From De Merolla [?] to Schenck informing Schenck that he was unable to accept his invitation (June 17, 1852) [in French]

    gg. The Portuguese Minister to Schenck accepting a dinner invitation for him and his wife (June 21, 1852) [In French]

    hh. To the Secretary of State concerning his mission to Argentine to negotiate a treaty (June 23, 1852)

    5. Correspondence, Communications and Papers of Schenck as Minister to Brazil (August 1852)

    a. Fragment of a report about the negotiations in Monte Video (August 1852?)

    b. Schenck and John F. Pendleton, Chargé d'Affairs of the U.S. to the Argentine Confederation, to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Oriental Republic (Uruguay) informing him of their arrival in Monte Video and giving him their credentials as envoys of their country empowered to negotiate a commerce treaty (August 5, 1852)

    c. "Protocol of conferences held at Monte Video between the Plenipotentiaries of the United States of America and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay for the negotiation of a treaty of friendship, commerce and navigation." (August 25-28, 1852)

    d. Copy of the "Treaty between the United States of America and the Oriental Republic of Uruguay" (August 28, 1852)

    e. Speech of Schenck to the President of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay (August 1852?)

    6. Correspondence, Communications, and Papers of Schenck as Minister to Brazil (September-December 1852)

    a. To the Secretary of State informing him that Schenck and Pendleton had concluded the treaty with Uruguay (September 4, 1852)

    b. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, giving a detailed report of his mission to Argentine and Uruguay (September 17, 1852)

    c. To [Daniel Webster, Secretary of State] making "some further remarks upon particular portions of the treaty made at Monte Video" (September 22, 1852) [draft and copy]

    d. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, sending his accounts (September 30, 1852)

    e. To Fifth Auditor of the Treasury Department sending his accounts (September 30, 1852)

    f. To [the Brazilian Foreign Minister] complaining that a package addressed to Schenck during his absence was not admitted free of duty (October 5, 1852)

    g. To Albert F. Damon, acting U.S. Consul, concerning a fee Damon owes (October 8, 1852)

    h. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister concerning the actions taken by Edward Kent re. arrival of the American vessel "Emilia Jane" (October 8, 1852)

    i. To [Daniel Webster, Secretary of State] concerning the unfinished negotiations with Argentina (October 14, 1852) [Probably an incomplete draft; switches from English to French]

    j. To Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, completed version of the prior letter; Schenck believed it was unwise to return to Argentina given its unstable political situation (October 14, 1852)

    k. J.M. Lisboa? to Schenck. (October 26, 1852) [n Portuguese]

    l. J.M. Lisboa to Schenck (November 1, 1852) [in Portuguese; appears to be an invitation to a boat race]

    m. To P. H. O'Connor, prisoner in Brazil, promising to get a lawyer for O'Connor even though he has no legal claim to U.S. citizenship (December 7, 1852)

    n. Thomas Corwin to Schenck introducing and recommending H. C. Meatman[?] (December 13[?], 1852)

    o. To the Secretary of State concerning two American deserters and developments in Buenos Ayres (December 15, 1852)

    p. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister concerning U.S. citizens stranded in the port (December 23, 1852)

    q. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister concerning two Brazilian deserters (December 23, 1852)

    r. Schenck to the Secretary of State informing him when Kent's tenure as acting Chargé d'Affair ended (December 25, 1852)

    s. To the Secretary of State enclosing a package to the Treasury Department (December 31, 1852)

    t. To the Fifth Auditor of the Treasury Department sending his accounts (December 31, 1852)

    u. To Commodore McKeever concerning a Brazilian deserter (December 31, 1852)

    v. To [the Brazilian Foreign Minister] complaining that a shipment of African slaves made it into the city (December 31, 1852)

    w. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister concerning a Brazilian deserter on the American vessel "Congress" (December 31, 1852) [2 drafts]

    7. Correspondence, Communications, and Papers of Schenck as Minister to Brazil (January 1853)

    a. To the Secretary of State asking the new administration in Washington to recall him from his post (January 4, 1853)

    b. To Albert F. Damon, acting U.S. Consul, concerning financial matters (January 4, 1853)

    c. To Elisha Wittlesey, Comptroller Treasury Department, concerning his accounts (January 5, 1853)

    d. Count Medem to Schenck asking Schenck to act as Dean of the Diplomatic Corps on the 9th (January 6, 1853)

    e. To James Might Gordon, U.S. Consul concerning repayment of expenses by the U.S. government (January 8, 1853)

    f. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister asking for papers from the "Jacob S. Malm?" to be returned. (January 8, 1853)

    g. To the Brazilian Foreign Minister asking for a passport for J. Might Gordon so he can return to his post as U.S. Consul (January 10, 1853)

    h. To Robert S. Cathcart, acting U.S. Consul, informing Cathcart that his commission as consul has not yet arrived (January 10, 1853)

    i. To Southgate in Monte Video, informing him that he has nothing to add to the case of "Benjamin Bigelow" (January 11, 1853)

    j. To Edward Everett, Secretary of State, expressing his regrett in regard to Daniel Webster's decease and his congratulations to Everett's appointment (January 12, 1853)

    k. To Edward Everett, Secretary of State, concerning the treaty with Uruguay and the unfinished mission in Argentine (January 14, 1853)

    l. To Edward Everett, Secretary of State, concerning the claims in regard to the late Joseph Ray (January 17, 1853)

    m. To H.B. Dewey, U.S. Consul, concerning the duties charged the Hutchison [?] Brothers (January 20, 1853)

    n. Ferdinand Coxe to Schenck re. the death of the British Minister (January 28, 1853)

    o. Ferdinand Coxe to Schenck re. the funeral (January 28, 1853)

    p. Ferdinand Coxe to Schenck expressing his disapointment that not a single Minister Plenipotentiary will be at the British Minister's funeral, apparently out fear of catching the fever that killed the Minister (January 28, 1853)

    q. To Edward Kent, U.S. Consul, concerning the misconduct on parts of the American captains of the "Fanny" and the "Cathrine Augusta" (January 29, 1853)

    r. Ferningham? to Schenck thanking him for his letter re. the death of the British Minister (January 30, 1853)

    8. Correspondence, Communications, and Papers of Schenck as Minister to Brazil (February-March 1853)

    a. Ferdinand Coxe to Schenck re. incident involving American slave ship "Camargo" (February 4, 1853) [manuscript and typescript copy]

    b. To Edward Everett, U.S. Secretary of State, re. incident involving the "Camargo" (February 5, 1853)[draft and revision]

    c. To Paulino Jose Soares de Souza, Brazilian Foreign Secretary, re. complaints over incidents involving American ships (February 7, 1853)

    d. Ferdinand Coxe to Schenck re. American Legation business (February 10, 1853)

    e. Henry W. Gilbert to Schenck re. situation in Argentina and Paraguay (February 11, 1853)

    f. To Paulino Jose Soares de Souza requesting passport for Henry W. Gilbert (February 11, 1853)

    g. To Paulino Jose Soares de Souza [?] re. communication about certain deserters from the Imperial Service (February 12, 1853)[draft]

    h.-l. Ferdinand Coxe to Schenck, 5 letters re. American Legation business (February 12, 13; March 10, 14, 16, 1853)

    m. To Paulino Jose Soares de Souza re. controvery over recent incidents involving American ships (March 19, 1853)

    n. To Everett re. situation in Argentina and Paraguay (March 19, 1853)

    o.-q. Ferdinand Coxe to Schenck, 3 letters re. American Legation business (March 22, 24, 25, 1853)

    r. Schenck to Ferdinand Coxe, complaining about the tone a recent Coxe letter (March 30, 1853)[manuscript and typescript]

    s. Ferdinand Coxe to Schenck, 2 letters re. American Legation business (March 30, 1853)

    t. Foreign Office "Post Script" re. Schenck's response to British Minister's involvement in the "Catherine Augusta" affair (March 30, 1853)

    u. To Edward Everett, Secretary of State re. financial business (March 31, 1853)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1821-60; Box 1.4 [17A-I-1A] File [Letters are to or from Schenck except where noted]:

    1. Correspondence, Communications, and Papers of Schenck as Minister to Brazil (April-May 1853)

    a. From Ferdinand Coxe, Secretary of the American Legation (April 3, 1853)

    b. To Edward Everett, Secretary of State (April 4, 1853)[draft]

    c. From Ferdinand Coxe, Secretary of the American Legation (April 5, 1853)

    d. Copy of Schenck's letter to the Diario re. current United States-Brazil commercial relations (April 1853)

    e. From Ferdinand Coxe, Secretary of the American Legation (April 7, 1853)

    f. From Ferdinand Coxe, Secretary of the American Legation (April 10, 1853)

    g. To Paulino Jose Soares de Souza, Brazilian Foreign Minister (April 11, 1853)[draft]

    h. To Robert S. Cathcart, U.S. Consul (April 12, 1853)[draft]

    i. To Lawrence [?] Wells (April 12, 1853)[draft]

    j. To Paulino Jose Soares de Souza, Brazilian Foreign Minister (April 12, 1853)[draft]

    k. From Ferdinand Coxe, Secretary of the American Legation (April 13, 1853)

    l. [To Edward Everett, Secretary of State](April 13, 1853)[draft]

    m. Invitation [?] from Paulino Jose Soares de Souza, Brazilian Foreign Minister (April 13, 1853)[In Portuguese]

    n. Ferdinand Coxe, Secretary of the American Legation, to James Ferguson (April 12, 1853)[draft]

    o. To William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (April 30, 1853)[draft]

    p. To William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (April 30, 1853)[draft]

    q. To William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (May 1, 1853)[draft]

    r. Paulino Jose Soares de Souze, Brazilian Foreign Minister, to Ferdinand Coxe (May 4, 1853)

    s. To William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (May 4, 1853) [draft]

    t. From Marcel Cerrutz [?] (May 5, 1853)[In French]

    u. To the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (May 9, 1853)[draft]

    v. To Paulino Jose Soares de Souza, Brazilian Foreign Minister (May 9, 1853)[draft]

    w. To William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (May 12, 1853) [draft]

    2. Correspondence, Communcations, and Papers of Schenck as Minister to Brazil (July-August 1853)

    a. From William Delk [?] (July 4, 1853)

    b. Copy of receipt for funds received from Captain Thomas Page (July 5, 1853)

    c. Treaty for Free Navigation of the Rivers Paraná and Uruguay at San Jose de Flores (July 10, 1853)[draft and copy]

    d. William DeRohan to Mr. Pendleton, US Chargé d'Affairs (July 19, 1853)

    e. Cover letter from Schenck to the Emperor of Brazil re. following Communication from Franklin Pierce [draft]

    f. Copy of Communication from Franklin Pierce to King Dom Pedro II, announcing imminent end of Schenck's tenure as Minister to Brazil (July 22, 1853)

    g. To Paulino Jose Soares de Souza, Brazilian Minister for Foreign Affairs (August 16, 1853)[draft]

    h. To William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (August 16, 1853)[draft]

    i. Authorizations from Ferdinand Coxe, Secretary of the American Legation, for Schenck to receive money from two US diplomats in South America (August 18, 1853)

    j. To Paulino Jose Soares de Souza, Brazilian Minister for Foreign Affairs (August 19, 1853)[draft]

    k. From Antonio Borgis de Aomera [?] (August 20, 1853)[In Portuguese]

    l. To William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (August 22, 1853)[draft]

    m. To William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (August 23, 1853) [draft]

    3. Correspondence, Communications, and Papers of Schenck as Minister to Brazil (September 1853)

    a. To Paulino Jose Soares de Souza, Brazilian Minister for Foreign Affairs (September 1, 1853)[2 drafts]

    b. To William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (September 2, 1853)[draft]

    c. To Henry B. Dewey, US Counsul, Parana (September 3, 1853)[draft]

    d. To Antonio Paulino Limpo de Abrieu, Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs (September 10, 1853)[draft]

    e. Copy of letter to William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (September 7, 1853)

    f. To Lieutenant Thomas J. Page, US steamer "Water Witch" (September 10, 1853)

    g. To Henry B. Dewey, United States Consul, Parana (September 10, 1853)

    h. To Antonio Paulino Limpo de Abrieu, Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs (September 14, 1853) [draft]

    i. "Memorandum as to the 'protest' of Buenos Ayres against the Treaty of San José de Flores" (September 14, 1853) [draft and copy]

    j. To Henry Lee Norris, New York (September 15, 1853) [draft]

    k. To William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (September 15, 1853)[draft and copy]

    l. To Henry B. Dewey, United States Consul, Parana (September 15, 1853)[draft]

    m. To James Ferguson, United States Navy (September 19, 1853)[draft]

    n. To Antonio Paulino Limpo de Abrieu, Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs (September 21, 1853)[draft]

    o. "Speech of Dom Pedro II, Constitutional Emperor and perpetual defender of Brazil, closing the session of the General Legislative Assembly (September 25, 1853)

    p. To Antonio Paulino Limpo de Abrieu, Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs (September 26, 1853)[draft]

    q. To William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (September 26, 1853)[draft]

    r. To William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (September 30, 1853)[draft]

    4. Correspondence, Communications, and Papers of Schenck as Minister to Brazil (October-December 1853)

    a. To Antonio Paulino Limpo de Abrieu, Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs (October 1, 1853)[draft]

    b. To Lieutenant Thomas J. Page, US Steamer "Water Witch" (October 4, 1853)[draft]

    c. To William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (October 4, 1853) [draft]

    d. To Schenck from Antonio Paulino Limpo de Abrieu, Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs (October 5, 1853)[in Portuguese]

    e. To William L. Marcy, Secretary of State (October 7, 1853)[draft]

    f. To Lieutenant Thomas J. Page, US Steamer "Water Witch" (October 7, 1853)[draft]

    g. To Antonio Paulino Limpo de Abrieu, Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs (October 7, 1853)

    h. Inventory of books furniture etc. belonging to the Legation of the United States in Brazil (October 8, 1853)

    i. William H. Seward to "My Dear Fletcher [?] (October 11, 1853?)

    j. Arrangements for transporting Schenck's baggage [?] (October 15, 1853)[in Portuguese]

    k. Passport permitting Schenck to return to the United States [?](October 14, 1853)[In Portuguese, with cover letter in English]

    l. Register of private letters sent by Schenck from Rio de Janerio (1851-53)

    5. Correspondence and Communications to Schenck as Minister to Brazil from Ferdinand Coxe, Secretary of the American Legation (n.d.)

    6. Correspondence, Communications, and Papers of Schenck as Minister to Brazil (n.d.)

    a. Memorandum for the Tribunal of the Treasury in the case of the Mexican ship "Nebo"[draft]

    b. Memo to the Emperor of Brazil re. the re. of Chevalier Sergio Tescina de Macedo [draft]

    c. Draft of speech to the Emperor of Brazil [draft]

    d. 2 copies of Letter of Credence for Schenck from President Millard Fillmore to the Emperor of Brazil

    e. Portion of memo to Brazilian Foreign Office re. steamship "Water Witch" [draft]

    f. Portion of memo containing observations on situation in Buenos Ayres and the recent treaty. [draft]

    g. Letter to the Secretary of State re. leave of absence for Ferdinand Coxe, Secretary of the American Legation [draft]

    h. 2 letters from Edward Kent to Schenck re. case of the American ships "Fanny" and "Catherina Augusta"

    i. Form mentioning William Stafford Fermingham [in Portuguese]

    j. Communication [in Portuguese]

    k. Communication from Ramon a Montes [in Portuguese]

    l. Communication from Luis Pedro de Alcantara [in Portuguese]

    m. State Department circular regarding account-keeping practices of American Legations [original and typescript]

    n. Financial memo from Schenck [typescript]

    o. "Report of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, 'to whom was referred the memorial of the Hon. Robert C. Schenck, asking compensation for his services on special missions, as envoy extraordinary and minister pleipotentiary to the Argentine Confederation and to the Oriental Republic of Uruguay, in the years 1852 and 1853, . . . '"

    7. "Treaty of Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation . . ." Between the United States and the Argentine Confederation (n.d.)[English and Spanish drafts--partial final text?]

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1854-60; Box 1.5 File [Letters are to or from Schenck except where noted]:

    1. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (1854-56)

    a. Report of the House Committee to whom was referred the question of compensation for Schenck for his special services during 1852-53 (1854?)

    b. Note re. court case involving Schenck (1854)

    c. From Thomas Corwin (January 7, 1854)

    d. From Thomas Corwin (January[?] 29, 1854)

    e. From I. Doblin [?] (February 9, 1854)

    f. From Thomas Corwin (March 16, 1854)

    g. From Thomas Corwin (March 27, 1854)

    h. From Winfield Scott (April 17, 1854)

    i. From J. S. B[?] (June, 1854)

    j. From Thomas Corwin (July 13, 1854)

    k. From Thomas Corwin (July 24, 1854)

    l. Fort Wayne and Mississippii Rail Road Co. Claims note (August 4, 14, 1854)

    m. From J. Movcina [?](August [?] 22, 1854)[in French]

    n. From Joseph R. Mandler (December 12, 1854)

    o. Deed of Conveyance of land from Schenck to Mary Ravenscroft (1855)

    p. From Thomas Corwin ([?], 1855)

    q. From Thomas Corwin ([?], 1855)

    r. From Abbott Lawrence (May 26, 1855)

    s. Western Air Line Rail Road Stock certificates 1-67 (December 21, 1855)

    t. Western Air Line Rail Road Stock certificates 68-87 (December 21, 1855)

    u. Edward Everett to "My dear borther (January 1, 1856)

    v. Memo of Amounts due to March 1856 [Western Air Line Rail Road business?]

    w. Abstract of Jacob Reisor [?] Title to land in Section No. 21, Town. 2, Range 6, Montgomery County, Ohio, with added comments from Schenck dated March 28, 1856

    x. "Statement of the entire endebtedness of the Fort Wayne and Mississippi Western Air Line, and Philadelphia, Fort Wayne, and Platte River Air Line Rail Road to Robert C. Schenck"(April 1, 1856)

    y. "List of debts . . . due from the three associated companies with interest up to the 1st of April 1856"

    z. From Z. X. Schenck [?] re. Schenck family geneology (May 8, 1856)[copy]

    aa. From ? (June 3, 1856)

    bb. Financial Statement re. "the indebtedness of the three companies" (June 10, 1856)

    cc. From E. A. Whipple, Secretary of the Western Air Line Rail Road, containing statement of stocks issued to June 26, 1856

    dd. Corwin and R [?], attorneys, statement of recept from Schenck for collection and mortgage (October 6, 1856)

    ee. Thomas Corwin statement of receipt from Schenck of notes to be paid to Corwin's order (October 6, 1856)

    ff. 2 promisory notes from Schenck to Thomas Corwin (October 15, 1856)

    gg. Note re. transaction with Thomas Corwin (October 16, 1856)

    hh. From Thomas Corwin (October 27, 1856)

    ii. From Fernando Wood (November 15, 1856)

    jj. Contract: Johnson, Remington and Co. with the Western Air Line Rail Road Company (November 24, 1856)

    kk. List of plate items initialled by Schenck (December 1856)

    ll. From E. A. Whipple, Secretary of the Western Air Line Rail Road, containing statement of stock certificates issued from June 26 to December 1, 1856

    mm. From Richard Owen (December 24, 1856)

    2. Correspondence Between Schenck and A. H. Coffee re. Property of William Schenck (1854-59)

    3. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (January-June 1857)

    a. From G. E. Sellers ([?] 27, 1857)

    b. From Luther Donaldson (January 9, 1857)

    c. Memo of bank notes sent to Thomas Corwin (January 9, 1857)

    d. Primisory note to Thomas Corwin (January 17, 1857)

    e. Notice of due promisory note payable to Thomas Corwin (January 15, 1857)

    f. From Thompson Bell [?] (January 22, 1857)

    g. From A. Green (February 15, 1857)

    h. Memo for contract (February 22, 1857)[manuscript and typescript]

    i. "A note for a letter of March 2, 1857"

    j. From G. E. Sellers (March 6, 1857)

    k. Memo re. stock left with Mr. Sellers (March 9, 1857)

    l. From Thomas Corwin (March 18, 1857)

    m. Notice of refusal to pay promisory note due to Thomas Corwin from George W. McLean, Notary Public, with copies of the note (March 21, 1857)

    n. Copy of memo left with George Escoll Sellers (March 21, 1857)

    o. From G. E. Sellers (March 25, 1857)[letter and telegram]

    p. Statement of amount owed on Schenck's note due March 21, 1857

    q. Statement of amounts paid and owed on Schenck's note due on March 21, 1857

    r. From G. E. Sellers ([March] 27, 1857)

    s. From George S. Hillard (March 31, 1857)

    t. Receipt for payment of money owed on Schenck's note due March 21, 1857

    u. From Thomas Corwin (April 1, 1857)

    v. Cover letter for return of Schenck's note due March 21, 1857 (April7, 1857)

    w. From Abbot Green (April 10, 1857)

    x. From E. A. Whipple, Secretary of the Western Air Line Rail Road, containing statement of stock issued up to April 15, 1857

    y. From Leigh Hunt [to Benjamin Moran?] (April 17, 1857)

    z. From Lewis Campbell [?] (April 28, 1857)

    aa. Statement of interest due on Schenck note originally due March 21, 1857 (April 28, 1857)

    bb. "Supplemental Contract . . . between William M. Redfield, of the State of New York, and the Fort Wayne Western Rail Road Company . . ." (May 1, 1857)[3 copies]

    cc. From Thomas Corwin (May 12, 1857)

    dd. From J. Watson Webb (May 15, 1857)

    ee. From George W. Spitler (May 18, 1857)

    ff. To William Redfield (May 30, 1857)

    gg. Treasurer's Report, Fort Wayne Western Rail Road (June 9, 1857)

    4. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (July-December 1857)

    a. Statement on Preble County mortage up to July 1, 1857

    b. From Thomas Corwin (July 10, 1857)

    c. Expenses of Original Survey, E. M. Talbot, Chief Engineer (July 13, 1857)

    d. From Thomas Corwin (July 16, 1857)

    e. From Thomas Corwin (July 21, 1857)

    f. From Thomas Corwin (July 31, 1857)

    g. Extract from Minutes of Proceedings of Board of Directors of the Fort Wayne Western Rail Road at their meeting (August 3, 1857)

    h. Contract of warranty entered into by L. F. Bayless with Rafied Strode (August 4, 1857)

    i. From E. A. Whipple, Secretary of the Western Air Line Rail Road, certificate of stocks issued to August 24, 1857

    j. From Thomas Corwin (September 6, 1857)

    k. From Thomas Taylor, Treasurer of the Fort Wayne Western Rail Road, notice of payment of 1st installment of Stock (September 8, 1857)

    l. E. A. Whipple to Schenck (September 24, 1857)

    m. From Thomas Corwin (October 8, 1857)

    n. Check to Schenck from William Redfield (October 19, 1857)

    o. From Thomas Corwin (October 20, 1857)

    p. From John R. Cook (October 23, 1857)

    q. "Proceedings of a Meeting of the Land Subscribers to the Fort Wayne Western Rail Road . . . (November 28, 1857)

    r. E. A. Whipple, Secretary of the Western Air Line Rail Road, report of stock issued to December 1, 1857

    s. Fort Wayne Western Rail Road estimate (November 1857)

    t. Receipt from William Redfield (December 15, 1857)

    u. Fort Wayne Western Rail Road estimate (December 1857)

    v. Extract from the Minutes of Proceedings of the Board of Directors of the Fort Wayne Western Rail Road Company, at their meeting . . . (December 30, 1857)

    5. Documents and Letters re. Acquisition of Land for the Fort Wayne Rail Road Co. (1857)

    6. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (January-March 1858)

    a. Cancelled checks of Joseph G. Crane, Agent for the Fort Wayne Western Rail Road Company

    b. From Schenck, obligation to refund advances to William Redfield (January 15, 1858)

    c. From D. Taylor (January 15, 1858)

    d. Receipt from C. B. Palmer for money received from W. Spitler (January 16, 1858)

    e. Fort Wayne Western Rail Road estimate (January 1858)

    f. William Redfield, payments under contract (January 12, 1858)

    g. From Thomas Corwin (January [?] 15, 1858)

    h. From E. F. Treadwell (January 30, 1858)

    i. From C. Chubb (February 12, 1858)

    j. From C. Chubb (February 15, 1858)

    k. From Office of the Fort Wayne Western Rail Road, Bill of timber for Bridge across Iroquois River (February 24, 1858)

    l. Request from Bank of the Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company for duplicate of Schenck's note dated January 19th (March 4, 1858)

    m. List dees and contracts received from subscribers to Fort Wayne Western Rail Road (February-March 1858)

    n. From Lewis DeAmplier[?] (March 6, 1858)

    o. Civil Action, Demurer to Complaint, Fort Wayne Western Rail Road vs. Clark and Clark (March 19, 1858)

    p. Estimates of Chief Engineer showing contract pieces of work on the several divisions of the Western Air Line Rail Road (March 30, 1858)

    7. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (April-December 1858)

    a. Estimate of Chief Engineer, showing fair actual cost of work on the several divisions

    b. Record of the proceedings of the Committee appointed by the several Boards of Directors composing the Consolidation for the purpose of adjusting the account of Colsolidated Board (April 5, 1858)

    c. From Edward E. Tobey, with copy of the accounts of the Consolidated Co. (April 12, 1858)

    d. Fort Wayne Western Rail Road, amount of work estimate to May 10, 1858

    e. From the Chubb Brothers (May 14, 1858)

    f. From John A. Cooke (May 24, 1858)

    g. From E. F. Treadwell (June 2, 1858)

    h. Draft of Report to Schenck of Recepts and Expenditures of Fort Wayne Western Rail Road (June 5, 1858)

    i. George W. Spitler order on Fort Wayne Western Railroad Company for payment to W. Redfield (June 5, 1858)

    j. Copy of resolution of the Board of Directors of the Fort Wayne Western Rail Road as to Mr. Talbot's claim (June 9, 1858)

    k. Milwaukee and Mississippi Rail Road Company Bond (July 1858)

    l. From John D. Thorpe, assignee for claims against the Fort Wayne Platt Air Line Rail Road and Fort Wayne Western Rail Road (July 10, 1858)

    m. From Sam Galloway (July 22, 1858)

    n. From John R. Cooke (August 23, 1858)

    o. From John D. Thorpe (August 30, 1858)

    p. To Samuel Fourer (August 31, 1858)

    q. From Thomas Corwin (September 5, 1858)

    r. From Sol Bayless (September 6, 1858)

    s. From Sol Bayless (October 23, 1858)

    t. From J. W. Webb (November 10, 1858)

    u. 2 cancelled checks to Edward Schermerhorn (November 15, 1858)

    v. From John D. Thorpe (November 20, 1858)

    w. Isaac Strolin to Charles Lemman; Lemman to Strolin (December 13, 1858)

    x. From John R. Cooke (December 19, 1858)

    y. From Henry R. Remsen (December 30, 1858)

    8. Documents and Letters re. Acquisition of Land for the Fort Wayne Western Rail Road (1858)

    9. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (January-June 1859)

    a. List of lands conveyed to Fort Wayne Western Railroad Company to January 1, 1859

    b. From Joseph G. Crane (January 12, 1859)

    c. From Gunckle and Strange, re. Thomas Corwin's debt to Thompson Bell (January 18, 1859)

    d. From Chubb Brothers and Maxwell Woodhull re. railroad stock transaction (February 12, 1859)

    e. To C. Chubb (February 16, 1859)

    f. Copy of statement by Mr. Wood calling on his party to ignore "Niggerism" in the upcoming political campaign (February 21, 1859)

    g. From E. F. Treadwell (February 24, 1859)

    h. From John Johnston (March 11, 1859)

    i. From Thomas Corwin (March 18, 1859)

    j. From Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company (March 22, 1859)

    k. Summons of Montgomery Superior Court in suit of Thompson Bell against Thomas Corwin, Robert Schenck, and Jacob Ridenour, Jr. (March 28, 1859)

    l. Fragment re. payment of principal on Milwaukee and Mississippi Rail Road bonds due April 1, 1859

    m. From W. C. Johnson (April 25, 1859)

    n. From W. C. Johnson (May 13, 1859)

    o. Receipt for interest on W. Woodhull's bond (May 15, 1859)[2 copies]

    p. From John R. Cook (May 23, 1859)

    q. Copy of Fort Wayne Western Rail Road's Treasurer's Report (May 25, 1859)

    r. From Samuel Galloway (May 27, 1859)

    s. Re. brief telegram from W. C. Johnson (June 15, 1859)

    t. Report of Stock Certificates issued to June 17, 1859

    u. From W. C. Johnson (June 23, 1859)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1821-60; Box 1.6 Files: [Correspondence is to or from Schenck except where noted]

    1. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (July-September 1859)

    a. From Thomas Corwin (July 1, 1859)

    b. From Thomas Corwin (July 8, 1859)

    c. Circular to Stockholders of the Saint Mary's Falls Ship Canal Company (July 20, 1859)

    d. From W. D. Lee (July 22, 1859)

    e. From W. Dennison (August 2, 1859)

    f. From William Chesebrough (September 5, 1859)

    g. From E. F. Treadwell (September 7, 1859)

    h. From Robert Chesebrough (September 8, 1859)

    i. From W. H. Chesebrough (September 12, 1859)

    j. From Gunckel and Strong (September 12, 1859)

    k. From Sam Galloway (September 13, 1859)

    l. From R. C. Gregory (September 15, 1859)

    m. From Thomas Corwin (September 16, 1859)

    n. From Gunckel and Strong (September 20, 1859)

    o. From Thomas Corwin (September 21, 1859)

    p. From Thomas Corwin (September 25, 1859)

    q. Memo from R. C. Gregory of papers wanted (September 25, 1859)

    r. From William H. Chesebrough (September 27, 1859)

    s. Memo of mail sent to E. F. Treadwell about note due September 27, 1859

    t. From E. F. Treadwell (September 30, 1859)

    2. Offical and Professional Correspondence and Papers (October-December 1859)

    a. From E. F. Treadwell (October 4, 1859)

    b. From Robert Gregory (October 11, 1859)

    c. From John R. Cook (October 13, 1859)

    d. From John R. Cook (October 13, 1859)

    e. From Thomas Corwin (October 17, 1859)

    f. From Sol D. Bayless (October 19, 1859)

    g. From John R. Cook (October 21, 1859)

    h. From Thomas Corwin (October 26, 1859)

    i. Telegram from Tweed [?] (October 26, 1859)

    j. From W. H. Chesebrough, assignee for Jacob Reason (October 27, 1859)

    k. From John R. Cook (October 31, 1859)

    l. From John R. Cook (November 7, 1859)

    m. From George R. Sage (November 9, 1859)

    n. From Thomas Corwin (November 13, 1859)

    o. Receipt from E. H. Schermahorn (November 15, 1879)

    p. From John R. Cook (November 19, 1859)

    q. From Thomas Corwin (November 19, 1859)

    r. Description of acrage in Franklin County, Jefferson Township (November 21, 1859?)

    s. From Jas. P. Kilbreth, Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company (November 21, 1859)

    t. From W. C. Johnson (December 4, 1859)

    u. From Hauting [?] (December 4, 1859)

    v. "Our Relations with Mexico. Text of the McLane Ocanfio Treaty . . . of Peace and Commerce between the United States and the Mexican Republic"(December 14, 1859)

    w. From Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company re. amout owed by Schenck on note (December 16, 1859)

    x. From Thomas Corwin, assigning to Schenck all of his claims against the Fort Wayne and Mississippi Rail Road Company of Indiana (December 17, 1859)

    y. From John R. Cook (December 22, 1859)

    z. From W. C. Johnson (December 23, 1859)

    3. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (1860)

    a. From W. S. Schenck (January 9, 1860)

    b. Financial note (January 13, 1860)

    c. Memo of transfer of stock by W. C. Johnson (January 10, 1860)

    d. From Isaac Bates (February 18, 1860)

    e. From Isaac Bates to Erastus Fairbanks (February 18, 1860)

    f. From Gunckel and Strong (February 20, 1860)

    g. From Thomas Corwin (March 13, 1860)

    h. From W. S. Schenck (March 19, 1860)

    i. From John R. Cook (March 24, 1860)

    j. Announcement of intention to form Albany and Boston Company (March 24, 1860)

    k. Note re. 2nd Bell vs. Corwin financial judgement (March 31, 1860)

    l. Financial note from John R. Cooke (April 1860)

    m. "Proposed Modification And alteration of the Agreement of the Bondholders of the Milwaukee and Mississippi Railroad Company, made April 30th, 1860, for the purchase and reorganization of the purchasers, . . . "

    n. Receipt from E. H. Schermahorn (May 15, 1860)

    o. From John R. Cook (May 21, 1860)

    p. From W. H. Chesebrough (May 24, 1860)

    q. Invitation to Lincoln-Hamlin ratification meeting (May 25, 1860)

    r. From John R. Cook (May 25, 1860)

    s. Treasurer's report, Fort Wayne Western Rail Road (June 7, 1860)

    t. Memo of meeting of the Directors of the Fort Wayne Western Rail Road (June 13, 1860)

    u. From W. C. Johnson (June 18, 1850)

    v. From George E. Lage (June 20, 1860)

    w. From Millard Fillmore (July 3, 1860)

    x. From George Parsons, Ohio Republican State Central Committee (July 4, 1860)

    y. To A. Denny (July 6, 1860)[copy]

    z. From A. Beckhold [?] (July 11, 1860)

    aa. From I. Bates (July 13, 1860)

    bb. From George Spitler (July 20, 1860)

    cc. From Schenck to ? (August 3, 1860)

    dd. Promisory note from Schenck to Isaac Bates (August 7, 1860)

    ee. Note from Isaac Bates (August 7, 1860)

    ff. Receipt of vouchers and papers from Adams Express Company (August 7, 1860)

    gg. Mudhill and Johnson, memo of settlement (August 9, 1860?)

    hh. Bates and Schenck, purchase of Johnson stock (August 9, 1860)

    ii. From Robert [?] to Max [?] [copy]; from Max [?] to "Cousin Robert" (August 16, 1860)

    jj. From James L. Hill (August 17, 1860)

    kk. Financial statement from Weston, Dortic and Company (August 23, 1860)

    ll. From John R. Cook (September 4, 1860)

    mm. From John Martin (September 19, 1860)

    nn. From Isaac Bates (September 25, 1860)

    oo. From Isaac Bates (October 5, 1860)

    pp. From M. T. Johnson (October 8, 1860)

    qq. From George R. Sage to R. Corwin (October 29, 1860)

    rr. From Thomas Corwin (November 8, 1860)

    ss. From Isaac Bates (November 22, 1860)

    tt. From W. L. Johnson (November 23, 1860)

    uu. Receipt from E. H. Schermahorn (November 15, 1860)

    vv. From Isaac Bates (December 5, 1860)

    ww. Statement on Schenck's note (December 9, 1860)

    xx. From Isaac Bates (December 10, 1860)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1861-65; Box 2.1 Files: [Correspondence is to or from Schenck except where noted]

    1. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (January-June 1861)

    a. From John R. Cook (January 1, 1861)

    b. To Brigadier General Thomas (January 1, 1861) (typescript) (2 copies)

    c. From Thomas Corwin (January[?] 2, 1861)

    d. From John R. Cook (January 5. 1861)

    e. From W.S. Schenck (cousin) January 10, 1861

    f. Note of accounts (January 1, 1861)

    g. From C. H. Potim (?) (January 11, 1861)

    h. From Taft Henry (January 15, 1861)

    i. From John R. Cook (February 4, 1861)

    j. From W.C. Johnson (February 16, 1861)

    k. From J.C. Bates (March 6, 1861)

    l. Account of notes held by W.L. Schenck (March 19, 1861)

    m. To President Abraham Lincoln (March 30, 1861)

    n. Receipt from W.S. Schenck (April 1, 1861)

    o. Account of notes due, (April 1, 1861)

    p. From J.C. Bates (April 23, 1861)

    q. From Robert Norbert (?) (April 26, 1861)

    r. To Cousin Washington (April 29, 1861)

    s. From W.L. Schenck (April 30, 1861)

    t. To Governor Meliam Dennison (May 9, 1861)

    u. Letter and Receipts From G.H. Schermerham (May 18, 1861)

    v. From E.E. Barney (May 25, 1861)

    w. From Secretary of War Simon Cameron (June 5, 1861)

    x. To Colonel W.C. Moragne from R. L. Ewell (June 15, 1861)

    y. From J.B. Fry (by order of General McDowell (June 25, 1861)

    2. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (July-December 1861)

    a. General Orders No. 13 from Assistant Adjutant General James B. Frey (July 8, 1861)

    b. To Brigadier General Tyler (July 23, 1861)

    c. From Mrs. Kilby Smith (July 30, 1861)

    d. Letters to the Gazette (July 30-August 2, 1861)

    e. Commission of Brigadier General from Assistant Adjutant General J. Haurche (August 20, 1861)

    f. Special Orders from Assistant Adjutant General E.D. Townsend (August 22, 1861)

    g. To Brig. Gen. Rosencrans (August 23, 1861)

    h. From Isaac C. Bates (September 4, 1861)

    i. From Asst. Adjutant General E.D. Townsend (September 7, 1861)

    j. From Isaac C. Bates (September 21, 1861)

    k. Telegram from Jason Williams (September 25, 1861)

    l. From Major General John A. Dix (November 13, 1861)

    m. From Gen M. Gardiner (November 11, 1861)

    n. From William Clendennin (November 16, 1861)

    o. From Joseph Danns (November 26, 1861)

    p. To Major Joseph Danns, Jr. from S.W. Crawford (November 21, 1861)

    q. Receipt of M. Woodull (November 30, 1861)

    r. Telegram from Gen. W.S. Rosencrans (December 1, 1861)

    s. From J.C. Bates (December 4, 1861)

    t. Receipt from G.H Schermerham (December 31, 1861)

    u. Receipt from G.H Schermerham (December 31, 1861)

    3. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (January-March 1862)

    a. From Lyned L. Thomas (January 8, 1862)

    b. From J. C. Bates (January 10 [?], 1862)

    c. From W.S. Rosencrans (January 11, 1862)

    d. To Secretary of War E.M. Stanton (January 18, 1862)

    e. Telegram from W.S. Rosencrans (January 22, 1862)

    f. Telegram from W.S. Rosencrans (January 28, 1862)

    g. Telegram from W.S. Rosencrans (January 31, 1862)

    h. Special Orders from General Rosencrans (January 23, 1862)

    i. From J.C. Bates (January 24, 1862)

    j. Telegram from W.S. Rosencrans (January 25, 1862)

    k. Telegram from W.S. Rosencrans (January 30, 1862)

    l. From daughter Lilly Schenck (March 1, 1862)

    m. From Assistant Adjutant General George S. Hartsuff (February 4, 1862)

    n. General Orders from Assistant Adjutant General (February 10, 1862)

    o. Telegram rough draft (February 12, 1862

    p. From Assistant Adjunct General George S. Hartsuff (February 14, 1862)

    q. General Orders from Assistant Adjutant General L. Thomas (February 15, 1862)

    r. From Robert S. Gardiner (February 17, 1862)

    s. Travel expenses (February 19, 1862)

    t. Financial notes (January 20 1861-March 1, 1862)

    u. Copies of "An act to authorize the issue of United States Notes" (February 25, 1862)

    v. From Ben V. Caffee (March 4, 1862)

    w. To E.M. Stanton (March 4, 1862)

    x. Receipt from William H. Cheeseborough to W.E. Bailey (February 21, 1862)

    y. From Assistant General George S. Hartsuff (March 2, 1862)

    z. From Doctor J.K. Nelson (March 5, 1862)

    aa. Receipt from Mrs. M.A. Hoge (March 6, 1862)

    bb. From General W.S. Rosencrans (March 7, 1862)

    cc. To Lt. R.L. Gardner (March 11, 1862)

    dd. To Colonel E.P. Scaummon (March 11, 1862)

    ee. To Bennet V. Caffee (March 11, 1862)

    ff. From W.S. Rosencrans (March 10, 1862)

    gg. From Ben V. Caffee (March 20, 1862)

    hh. From Benjamin Johnson (June 3, 1862)

    ii. From Mary S. Caffee (March 25, 1862)

    jj. From Preston King (March 31, 1862)

    4. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (April-June 1862)

    a. List of friends of Surgeon General C.N. Crane

    b. To Secretary of War Edward M. Stanton (April 14, 1862)

    c. From J. H. Crosman to Captain John Craig (April 20, 1862)

    d. From Solomon (?) Fast (May 17, 1862)

    e. Copy of "Treaty for the Suppression of the African Slave Trade" (May 20, 1862)

    f. General Orders from Major General Fremont (May 22, 1862)

    g. To Colonel Albert Tracy (June 12, 1862)

    h. From Major General Fremont (June 21, 1862)

    i. To Secretary of War Edward M. Stanton (June 28, 1862)

    j. General Orders from Major General J.C. Fremont (June 28, 1862)

    k. General Orders from Robert C. Shrenck (June 28, 1862)

    5. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (July-September 1862)

    a. Resolution abolishing taxes

    b. From Hugh Ewing (July 4, 1862)

    c. General Orders from Major General F. Sigel (July 7, 1862)

    d. Order of battle (July 7, 1862)

    e. From Major General John Pope (July 10, 1862)

    f. From Brigadier Surgeon George Rex (July 10, 1862)

    g. From Lt. Col. F. Nayer (July 11, 1862)

    h. From Colonel George D. Ruggles (July 11, 1862)

    i. To Colonel George D. Ruggles (July 11, 1862) (2 copies)

    j. From Captain F.W. Hunt (July 11, 1862)

    k. From Captain Joseph Justice (July 11, 1862)

    l. From William Loomis DeBeck (July 11, 1862)

    m. From William H. Douglas (July 12, 1862)

    n. From F. Sigel (July 17, 1862)

    o. From William W. Buckingham (July 29, 1862)

    p. Presentation of dress sword to General Schenck (August 1, 1862) (newspaper clipping)

    q. To Walter A. King (August 12, 1862)

    r. From Nathan (?) (August 24, 1862)

    s. General Orders from Assistant Adjutant General William D. Whipple (August 27, 1862)

    t. From F. Sigel (September 1, 1862)

    u. From Ben V. Caffee (September 1, 1862)

    v. From A. Faulding (September 6, 1862)

    w. From B.H. Swayne (September 17, 1862)

    6. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (October-December 1862)

    a. From R.W. Taylor (October 13, 1862)

    b. To President Abraham Lincoln (October 17, 1862)

    c. From R.W. Taylor (October 22, 1862)

    d. From R.S. Gardner (October 7, 1862)

    e. Political gathering (October 29, 1862) (newspaper clipping)

    f. From W.G. Snethen (November 19, 1862)

    g. From W.G. Snethen (November 27, 1862)

    h. From W.G. Snethen (December 1, 1862)

    i. Notice pertaining to the trade of Accomac and Northampton Counties from Henry H. Lockwood (December 2, 1862)

    j. From W. Blair (December 21, 1862)

    k. From Major General F. Sigel (December 9, 1862)

    l. From Captain Leman S. Powell (December 15, 1862)

    m. From Secretary of War E.D. Townsend (December 17, 1862)

    n. General Orders from Robert C. Schenck (December 22, 1862)

    o. From H.H. Lawson (December 22, 1862)

    p. From General M.C. Meigs (December 27, 1862)

    7. Civil War Correspondence With Donn Piatt (January-April 1862)

    a. From Donn Piatt (January 19, 1862)

    b. From Donn [Piatt] (January 27, 1862)

    c. Telegram from Donn Piatt (January 27, 1862)

    d. From Donn [Piatt] (February 4, 1862)

    e. From Donn [Piatt] (February 4, 1862)

    f. To Donn Piatt from Assistant Secretary of War P.H Watson (February 4, 1862)

    g. From Donn [Piatt] (February 8, 1862)

    h. Telegram from Donn Piatt (February 11, 1862)

    i. From Donn [Piatt] (July 13, 1862)

    j. From Donn Piatt (February 17, 1862)

    k. From Donn Piatt (February 18, 1862)

    l. From Donn Piatt (February 20, 1862)

    m. From Donn Piatt (April 21, 1862)

    8. Notarized Statements by Maryland Citizens Against Alleged Rebels and Secessionists (1862)

    a. To the President of the United States from the Union Committee of Citizens of Baltimore

    b. Signed petitions by: Mrs. Laura J. Amos, George R. Rittenhouse, John LeBrainthwaite, Leonidas Meurrs, James P. Milner and Thomas H. Evans, Alfred H. Evans, Benjamin F. Hynson, C.A. Kelley, Francis L. Morrison, Danniel Le Branch, William Curley, John Watts, John Horner, William H. Kirby, Richard W.S. Kirby, Hambleton J. Bailey, Samuel L. Linah, Joseph Carl, John Higenbothom, Eastus Mittan, John W. Dennison, Henry F. Cook

    c. Signed petitions by: Robert B. Caswell, John Miller, Daniel C. Bruce, J. Thomas Woods, William H. Evans, John R. Young, James McCurley, John G.Graham, Samuel L. Webb, Samuel M. Webb, William H. Councilman, William T. Foster, C.H. Poumoirar, Aaron Feuton, John H. Lloyd, Robert B. Caswell

    9. Notarized Statements by Maryland Citizens Against Alleged Rebels and Secessionists (1862)

    a. Letter to Major General John G. Wood from members of the 104 Regiment of Penn Volunteers

    b. Petitions signed by: Louis Muller, John M. Bartlett, Frederick C. Crowley, F.S. Corksan, Leonidas Means, Thomas H. Garner, Alfred H. Evans, Matthew T. Gosnell, Thomas Denison, John L. LeBrainthwaite, Henry Reisinger, John Miller, Thomas Denison, John H. Bride

    c. Signed petitions by: Frederick C. Crowley, Chauncey Brooks, M.T. Gosnell, John Thomas Hood, Thomas H. Gardner, Matthew C. Gosnell, William Hopkins, Benjamin O'Hara, Thomas Hall, Jeffree L. Lippey, C.H. Poumairat, John R. Young, Kenton Harper, P.G. Sauerwein, Joseph Simms

    10. Notarized Statements by Maryland Citizens Against Alleged Rebels and Secessionists (1862)

    a. Petitions signed by: Richard S. Hardesty, Thomas Ford, Jacob Rimby, John H. Bride, William H. Baer, Martin Willis, Charles W. Strepitt

    b. Petitions signed by: Matthew T. Gosnell, Doctor J.P. Polk, Henry Colburn, John H. Bride, John Horner, Benjamin P. Wirts, James P. Milner, John Miller, Henry G. Willis, Joel Hoek, R.H. Atwell, John Dobson, Charles McCully, Benjamin G. Buck, George R. Quail, Benjamin G. Buck, Isaac H. Merritt, James S. Gary

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1862-63; Box 2.2 Files: [Correspondence of Robert Schenck unless otherwise noted]

    1. General Orders from the Headquarters, Middle Department, Command of Major General John E. Wool; William D. Whipple, Assistant Adjutant General; DeWitt Clinton, Aide-de-Camp (June-August 1862)

    a. No. 1 (June 9, 1862)

    b. No. 2 (June 26, 1862)

    c. No. 3 (June 28, 1862)

    d. No. 4 (June 28, 1862)

    e. No. 5 (July 7, 1862)

    f. No. 6 (July 8, 1862)

    g. No. 7 (July 14, 1862)

    h. No. 8 (July 14, 1862)

    i. No. 9 (July 16, 1862)

    j. No. 10 (July 17, 1862)

    k. No. 11 (July 21, 1862)

    l. No. 12 (July 12, 1862)

    m. No. 13 (July 29, 1862)

    n. No. 14 (July 29, 1862)

    o. No. 15 (July 29, 1862)

    p. No. 16 (July 3, 1862)

    q. No. 17 (July 30, 1862)

    r. No. 18 (July 31, 1862)

    s. No. 19 (August 2, 1862)

    t. No. 20 (August 6, 1862)

    u. No. 21 (August 7, 1862)

    v. No. 22 (August 10, 1862)

    w. No. 23 (August 11, 1862)

    x. No. 24 (August 12, 1862)

    y. No. 25 (August 17, 1862)

    z. No. 26 (August 18, 1862)

    aa. No. 27 (August 25, 1862)

    bb. No. 28 (August 28, 1862)

    cc. No. 29 (August 30, 1862)

    2. General Orders from the Headquarters, Middle Department, Command of Major General John E. Wool; William D. Whipple, Assistant Adjutant General; DeWitt Clinton, Aide-de-Camp (September-December 1862)

    a. No. 30 (September 1, 1862)

    b. No. 31 (September 6, 1862)

    c. No. 32 (September 7, 1862)

    d. No. 33 (September 8, 1862)

    e. No. 34 (September 8, 1862)

    f. No. 35 (September 8, 1862)

    g. Circular (September 10, 1862)

    h. No. 36 (September 12, 1862)

    i. No. 37 (September 15, 1862)

    j. No. 38 (September 17, 1862)

    k. No. 39 (September 20, 1862)

    l. No. 40 (September 22, 1862)

    m. No. 41 (October 4, 1862)

    n. No. 42 (October 7, 1862)

    o. No. 43 (October 10, 1862)

    p. No. 44 court martials (October 18, 1862)

    q. No. 45 (October 21, 1862)

    r. No. 46 court martials (October 24, 1862)

    s. No. 47 (October 27, 1862)

    t. No. 48 (November 2, 1862)

    u. No. 49 (November 3, 1862)

    v. No. 50 (November 7, 1862)

    w. No. 51 court martials (November 7, 1862)

    x. No. 52 (November 12, 1862)

    y. No. 53 (November 14, 1862)

    z. No. 54 (November 14, 1862)

    aa. No. 55 (November 16, 1862)

    bb. No. 56 (November 19, 1862)

    cc. No. 57 (November 20, 1862)

    dd. No. 58 (November 28, 1862)

    ee. No. 59 (November 30, 1862)

    ff. No. 60 (December 1, 1862)

    gg. No. 61 (December 4, 1862)

    hh. No. 62 (December 4, 1862)

    3. Papers on Fernando Wood (1862)

    a. Fernando Wood Convincted (newspaper clipping (September 6, 1862)

    b. Fernando Wood Ratified (newspaper clipping) (October 25, 1862)

    c. Fernando Wood (newspaper clipping) (October 24, 1862)

    d. A History of Private, Political and Official Misdeeds and Offences (pamphlet)

    e. Fernando Wood (poem)

    4. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (January 1863)

    a. To the Secretary of War, from E.A. Hitchcock, et al. (January 1863)

    b. From Attorney General Edward Bates (January 6, 1863)

    c. From Charles A. Page (January 7, 1863)

    d. Special Orders N. 10 from E.S. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant General (January 8, 1863)

    e. From Ben V. Caffee (January 8, 1863)

    f. To Colonel James Wallace from W.I. Porter (January 8, 1863)

    g. From Edwin M. Stanton (January 11, 1863)

    h. Pass of James A. Williams from Brigadier General John H. Martindale (January 14, 1863)

    i. From Edwin M. Stanton (January 14, 1863)

    j. Roster of Command from Major General S.P. Heintzelman (January 15, 1863)

    k. Memorandum of rebel forces in valley of Virginia obtained from deserters (January 15, 1863)

    l. Extract of letter from General Milroy (January 17, 1863)

    m. From William Sate (January 18, 1863)

    n. From R.H. Milroy (January 18, 1863)

    o. From R.F. Kelley to Brigadier General Milroy (January 22, 1863)(2 copies)

    p. From B.F. Kelley (January 24, 1863)

    q. From Robert Gwynn, President of Washington Union League (January 24, 1863)

    r. From Thomas Corwin (January 26, 1863)

    s. From R.H. Milroy (January 26, 1863)

    t. From R.H. Milroy (January 26, 1863)

    u. From Henry H. Lockwood (January 29, 1863)

    v. To Edward Stanton (January 30, 1863)

    5. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (February 1863)

    a. Roster of Regimental Commanders in Milroy's Division (1863)

    b. From Edward .A. King (February 5, 1863)

    c. Report and Invoice of Captures made on the Pocomoke River on the nights of the 24th of November and the 24th of December 1862. To General H.S. Lockwood from H. Lawson (February 7, 1863)

    d. To E.M. Stanton (February 8, 1863)

    e. From Edwin M. Stanton (February 9, 1863)

    f. To E.M. Stanton (February 11, 1863)

    g. From Mary Morris (February 13, 1863)

    h. From Mary A. Morris (February 16, 1863)

    i. From Edwin M. Stanton (February 14, 1863)

    j. To Major Haller from C.H. Nells (February 17, 1863)

    k. To C.H. Nells from G.O. Haller (February 18, 1863)

    l. To Henry Wilson from Edwin M. Stanton (February 19, 1863)

    m. To Edwin Stanton from H.W, Halleck (February 19, 1863)

    n. To Edwin M. Stanton from Henry Wilson (February 19, 1863)

    o. From Edwin M. Stanton (February 20, 1863)

    p. From Edwin M. Stanton (February 20, 1863)

    q. To Major Haller from C.H. Nells (February 20, 1863)

    r. From S.W. Herrick (February 21, 1863)

    s. From W. Wilson (February 23, 1863)

    t. From William H. Cheeseborough (February 24, 1863)

    u. "Solicitation to be a candidate for the governor of Ohio" from G. J. Allen (February 24, 1863)

    v. To Edward M. Stanton (February 27, 1863)

    w. To Lieutenant Colonel William D. Whipple from Henry Lockwood (February 27, 1863)

    x. Receipt (3 copies) from J.W. Nelson (February 28, 1863)

    y. From Major Fish (February 28, 1863)

    6. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (March 1863)

    a. From John P. Kennedy (March 1, 1863)

    b. From John A. Dix (March 2, 1863)

    c. To Major William Este from C.G. Hedenberg (March 2, 1863)

    d. "An Act for enrollong and calling out the national forces" (March 3, 1863)

    e. To Edward Stanton from C.H. Nells (March 3, 1863)

    f. Consolidated Morning Report of the Twenty-Eighth Regiment of the New York Volunteer Infantry, T. Fitzgerald, Commanding (March 4, 1863)

    g. From John Pope (March 4, 1863)

    h. From Henry H. Lockwood (March 5, 1863)

    i. Copy of Contraband Sale by S.W. Herrick (March 5, 1863)

    j. To Attorney General Edward Bates from District Attorney William Price (March 7, 1863)

    k. To General Lockwood from Captain H.D. Ellsworth (March 8, 1863)

    l. To Captain Ellsworth from Colonel G. Scotts (March 9, 1868)

    m. To William D. Whipple from Henry H. Lockwood (March 9, 1863)

    n. From Gov. L.H. Pierpoint (March 10, 1863)

    o. To Lieutenant Colonel William D. Whipple from H.H. Lockwood (March 13, 1863)

    p. From S.P. Herrington (March 16, 1863)

    q. From William Whipple (March 16, 1863)

    r. To W.C. Campbell from S.G. McCay (March 16, 1863)

    s. From R.H. Milroy (March 19, 1863)

    t. From Isaac C. Bates (March 18, 1863)

    u. From John P. Kennedy (March 20, 1863)

    v. From Edward M. Stanton (March 21, 1863)

    w. From William S. Fish (March 23, 1863)

    x. To G.M. Bascon from John Dann (March 23, 1863)

    y. From W.H. Purnell (March 27, 1863)

    z. From W.H. Purnell (March 27, 1863)

    aa. Receipt from Dayton Branch, State Bank of Ohio (March 28, 1863)

    bb. Tabular exhibit of Brigadier General Scammons' command (March 29, 1863)

    cc. Invoice of Contraband Goods of William I.S. Clarke (March 3, 1863)

    dd. To Governor A.W. Bradford (March 30, 1863)

    7. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (April 1863)

    a. From Governor A.W. Bradford (April 1, 1863)

    b. From Lieutenant Marcus Sterling, concerning Emma M. Moore (April 8, 1863)

    c. To Governor F.H. Pierpoint from Richard P. Lato (April 8, 1863)

    d. From A.W. Campbell (April 9, 1863)

    e. Return of the District of Kanawha showing strengths and conditions of each post, from E.P. Scannscoutt (?) (April 10, 1863)

    f. Map Showing "District of Nanawha" (April 11, 1863)

    g. From Provost Marshal General James B. Fry (April 11, 1863)

    h. List of Applicants for Provost Marshal for the State of Maryland (April 11, 1863)

    i. From James B. Fry (April 11, 1863)

    j. Map of Approaches and Defenses of Fayetteville, Virginia (April 13, 1863)

    k. From cousin Emma M. Moore (April 13, 1863)

    l. To William S. Fish from Marcus Sterling (April 15, 1863)

    m. Parole of Honor form of Simon Backrack (April 16, 1863)

    n. Parole of Honor form of Henrietta Backrack (April 16, 1863)

    o. From Mrs. Laura R. Davis (April 19, 1863)

    p. Article in the Clarksburg Patriot (West Virginia) concerning censorship of the Cincinnati Enquirer and other newspapers (April 17, 1863) (newspaper clipping)

    q. From R.A. Milroy (April 18, 1863)

    r. From William S. Fish (April 21, 1863)

    s. From William S. Fish (April 23, 1863)

    t. From James B. Fry (April 22, 1863)

    u. Letter asking Schenck to run for governor from William T. Bascom of the Xenia Torchlight (April 23, 1863)

    v. Major General Commission (April 25, 1863)

    w. From Milton Whitney (April 28, 1863)

    x. From William S. Fish from John Hockeckney (April 28, 1863)

    y. To William S. Fish from P.B. Small, President of the National Guard Association of Washington County at Hagerstown, Maryland (April 28, 1863)

    z. To William S. Fish from C. J. Hedenberg (April 28, 1863)

    aa. To E.M. Stanton and General Halleck from Major General John A. Dix (April 29, 1863)

    bb. To William S. Fish from C.J. Hedenberg (April 29, 1863)

    cc. Consolidated Morning Report of Middle Department, 8th Army Corps Commanded by Robert C. Schenck (April 30, 1863)

    dd. From W. Crawford (April 30, 1863)

    8. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (May 1863)

    a. To Mr. Lincoln from Miss E.E. Stephens (May 2, 1863)

    b. Receipt from the Dayton Branch of the State Bank of Ohio (May 6, 1863)

    c. To War Department from Judge Advocate General J. Holt (May 8, 1863)

    d. To E.M. Stanton from Edward Bates (May 7, 1863)

    e. From R.H. Milroy (May 7, 1863)

    f. From E.W. Canby of the War Department (May 8, 1863)

    g. Correspondence relating to Post Chaplain A.A. Reese (May 8, 1863)

    h. To William S. Fish from E.W. French (may 11, 1863)

    i. From George A. Coffey (May 11, 1863) (2 copies)

    j. From R.H. Milroy (May 11, 1863)

    k. To Captain French from Special Detective Frederick Carlisle (May 11, 1863)

    l. To Captain French from E.N. Cann (May 11, 1863)

    m. From R. H. Milroy (May 12, 1863)

    n. To E. M. Stanton from James Williamson (May 16, 1863)

    o. To E.M. Stanton from B.F. James, concerning James Williamson (May 18, 1863)

    p. From Brooks, Fahnestock and Co. (May 20, 1863)

    q. From R.H. Milroy (May 20, 1863)

    r. To Lieutenant William E. Morris from From William S. Fish (May 20, 1863)

    s. From Senator John G. Proud (May 23, 1863)

    t. To Captain Thurston from Max Woodhan (May 23, 1863)

    u. From John A. Dix (May 24, 1863)

    v. To Captain Edwin W. French from William S. Fish (May 25, 1863)

    w. To B. F. Kelley from James Darr (May 25, 1863)

    x. To the Union and Loyal Leagues and Associations and Loyal Citizens of the United States from the Union League of Philadelphia, Charles Gibbons, Chairman (May 25, 1863)

    y. Reprint of letters in the "Guardian" May 1, 1861 given to Schenck by Mr. Proud (May 26, 1863)

    z. From R.H. Milroy (May 28, 1863)

    aa. To William S. Fish from William E. Morris (May 29, 1863)

    bb. To William S. Fish from E.W. French (May 30, 1863)

    cc. From William S. Fish (May 31, 1863)

    9. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (June 1863)

    a. To Captain Woodhull from C.H. Wells (June 8, 1863)

    b. Invitation from the General Committee of the Union League of Philadelphia (June 4, 1863)

    c. From Benjamin Johnson (June 6, 1863)

    d. From Benjamin Johnson (June 6, 1863)

    e. From William S. Fish (June 7, 1863)

    f. From A.W. Bradford (June 8, 1863)

    g. From J.F. Deatrick of the Phoenix Insurance Company

    h. From H.Z. Haynes (June 9, 1863)

    i. From Major General Camdy (June 12, 1863)

    j. To W.W. Morris (June 16, 1863)

    k. Recipient unknown (June 16, 1863)

    l. From E.W. French (June 16, 1863)

    m. To William S. Fish from E.N. Carr, regarding Louis Cohn (June 19, 1863)

    n. From William E. Woodyear (June 21, 1863)

    o. From R.H. Milroy (June 22, 1863)

    p. From Samuel White (June 19, 1863)

    q. To William S. Fish from W.E. Morris (June 19, 1863)

    r. To William S. Fish from E.W. French (June 20, 1863)

    s. From T.M. Rodney (June 22, 1863)

    t. From Francis DeCovely (June 22, 1863)

    u. From James C. Aiken and the Office of W.S. Marshal (June 22, 1863)

    v. From James Fox (June 23, 1863)

    w. From S.W. Smith (June 29, 1863)

    10. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (July-August 1863)

    a. From "No Abolitionist" (July 3, 1863)

    b. To "The Citizens of Baltimore" (July 3, 1863)

    c. From W.E. Morris (July 7, 1863)

    d. From W.S. Fish (July 17, 1863) (2 copies)

    e. From Thomas Waters, Secretary of the Baltimore Union League (July 30, 1863) (2 copies)

    f. Special Orders No. 346 from Assistant Adjutant General E.D. Townsend (August 4, 1863)

    g. Special Orders No. 346 (Extract) (August 4, 1863)

    h. From Henry Winter Davis (August 5, 1863)

    i. From Joseph H. Geijer (August 6, 1863)

    j. From the Unconditional Union Men of Cecil County, Barclay Reynolds, President and Thomas B. Hopper, Secretary (August 7, 1863)

    k. Special Orders No. 354 from Assistant Adjutant General E.D. Townsend (August 10, 1863)

    l. From Rev. Bancroft (August 17, 1863)

    m. Resolutions of Confidence in Major General R.C. Schenck by the "Ben Butler" Council of the Grand National Union League of America, J.M. Stewart, Secretary, T.A. Cunningham, President ad interim (August 19, 1863)

    n. From Robert N. Scott (August 21, 1863)

    o. From Donn Piatt (August 23, 1863)

    p. Partial letter, refers to previous writing on the 24th of August (1863?)

    11. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (September 1863)

    a. To the President of the United States (September 1, 1863)

    b. From Robert M. Scott of the Court of Inquiry (September 1, 1863)

    c. From Robert M. Scott (September 2, 1863)

    d. Special Orders No 394 from Assistant Adjutant General E.D. Townsend (Septemeber 2, 1863)

    e. Rough draft of letter or speech (September 2, 1863)

    f. From William F. Barry (September 2, 1863)

    g. To Lieutenant Colonel Donn Piatt from Robert M. Scott (September 3, 1863)

    h. From Isaac C. Bates (September 7, 1863)

    i. Special Orders No. 401 from E.D. Townsend (September 7, 1863)

    j. From Major Whitman (September 12, 1863)

    k. From William S. Fish (September 17, 1863)

    l. From R.H. Milroy (September 18, 1863)

    m. From W.S. Fish (Septmber 21, 1863) (2 copies)

    12. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (October-December 1863)

    a. Receipt of Lieutenant Colonel William S. Fish from Lieutenant Duncan (?) of the Depot Quartermaster's Office (October 3, 1863)

    b. Roster of General Officers in 8th Army Corps (1863)

    c. From Lieutenant Commander Charles A. Babcock to Rear Admiral S.P. Lee (November 1, 1863)

    d. From Marcus Dennison (November 3, 1863)

    e. From S.P. Lee (November 4, 1863)

    f. From J.M. Ashley (November 4, 1863)

    g. From Simon Cameron (November 9, 1863)

    h. To E.M. Stanton, resigning Schenck's commission as Major General of Volunteers (November 13, 1863)

    i. To the President of the United States [Abraham Lincoln] (November 13, 1863)

    j. Receipt from John D. Toy of John D. Toy Printing Office of Baltimore (November 13, 1863)

    k. From John A. Thompson (November 16, 1863)

    l. From George A. Bancroft (November 18, 1863)

    m. From Donn Piatt (November 19, 1863)

    n. From William S. Fish (November 20, 1863)

    o. Acceptance of resignation Assistant Adjutant General from E.D. Townsend (November 21, 1863)

    p. From Donn Piatt to Lieutenant Colonel Fish (November 23, 1863)

    q. From Robert M. Scott to Donn Piatt (November 24, 1863)

    r. From P.H. Watson (November 25, 1863)

    s. From J. A. Hardin (November 30, 1863)

    t. From Assitant Adjutant General E.D. Townsend from Elish Bassett, Assistant Clerk, District Court of Boston (December 1, 1863)

    u. From Robert M. Scott (December 5, 1863)

    v. Document certifying Schenck's election to Congress from Ohio (December 5, 1862[63])

    w. Document certifying Schenck's election to Congress from Ohio (December 7, 1863)

    x. From Donn Piatt (December 11, 1863)

    y. Proceedings of the Board of Disabled Affairs in the case of Major General George S. Hutsuff (December 15, 1863)

    z. From B.S. Roberts (December 17, 1863)

    aa. Copy of Joint Resolution about the "cupped cylindric spheroidal bullet" and newspaper clipping

    bb. From B.S. Roberts (December 17, 1863)

    cc. From O. Ross Smith (December 18, 1863)

    dd. Receipt from John Polls of the War Department (December 18, 1863)

    ee. From William Precosworth (?) to Miss Lilly R. Schenck (December 21, 1863)

    ff. "Resolution as to Negro Soldiers" (December 21, 1863)

    gg. From John P. Pendleton (December 25, 1863)

    hh. From E.W. French to William S. Fish (December 25, 1863)

    ii. From William Sawyer (December 26, 1863)

    jj. From Thomas Corwin (December 27, 1863)

    kk. From Major General Stahel (December 31, 1863)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1861-63; Box 2.3 Files: [Correspondence of Robert Schenck unless otherwise noted]

    1. Disbursements by the United States Government (March, April 1863) [Authorized by William S. Fish, unless otherwise noted]

    a. From L.J. Shearman (March 17, 1863) (2 copies)

    b. From John W. Clark (March 23, 1863) (2 copies)

    c. From Frederick Carlisle (March 24, 1863)

    d. From L.J. Smith (March 26, 1863) (2 copies)

    e. From L.J. Smith (March 26, 1863)

    f. From Frederick Carlisle (April 1, 1863)

    g. From J.H.D, Knowles to Thomas M. Weme (April 4, 1863)

    h. From Mrs. Hester A. Myers (April 5, 1863) (2 copies)

    i. From Hester A. Myers (April 6, 1863) (2 copies)

    j. From William S. Fish (April 7, 1863) (2 copies)

    k. From Frederick Carlisle (April 7, 1863) (2 copies)

    l. From Matthew Peck (April 7, 1863) (2 copies)

    m. From William F. Murr (April 8, 1863) (2 copies)

    n. From Major M. Somers (April 9, 1863) (2 copies)

    o. From Abram Lower (April 1863)

    p. From E.J. Parker (April 9, 1863)

    q. From Francis Rofs (April 11, 1863) (2 copies)

    r. From Frederick P. Robinson (April 11, 1863) (2 copies)

    s. From William S. Fish (April 11, 1863) (2 copies)

    t. From William S. Fish (April 11, 1863)

    u. From Abraham Lower (April 14, 1863)

    v. From James W. Clark (April 14, 1863)

    w. From L.J. Shearman (April 14, 1863) (2 copies)

    x. From L.J. Smith (April 14, 1863)

    y. From James W. Clark (April 15, 1863) (3 copies)

    z. From Robert N. Clawson (April 15, 1863) (2 copies)

    aa. From Charles Ellenger (April 15, 1863) (2 copies)

    bb. From Frederick Carlisle (April 16, 1863) (2 copies)

    cc. From Francis Rofs (April 16, 1863)

    dd. From L.J.Smith (April 17, 1863) (2 copies)

    ee. From Hester A. Myers (April 18, 1865) (2 copies)

    ff. From Donald Fraser (April 20, 1863) (2 copies)

    gg. From Frederick Carlisle (April 22, 1863) (2 copies)

    hh. From Samuel White (April 23, 1863) (2 copies)

    ii. From Charles P. Holcomb of Holcomb's Hotel (April 24, 1863)

    jj. From Major Somers (April 24, 1863) (2 copies)

    kk. From John L. Thomas (April 25, 1863) (2 copies)

    ll. From Marcus Sterling (April 25, 1863) (2 copies)

    mm. From George H. Roberts (April 28, 1863) (2 copies)

    nn. From J.W. Clark and William Clawson (April 28, 1863) (2 copies)

    oo. From William H. Shearman (April 29, 1863) (2 copies)

    pp. From Hugh McGarry (April 30, 1863) (2 copies)

    2. Disbursement by the U.S. Government (May 1863) [Authorized by William S. Fish, unless otherwise noted]

    a. From George Jones (May 2, 1863)

    b. From Abraham Lower (May 2, 1863)

    c. From Major Somers (May 4, 1863) (2 copies)

    d. From Major Somers (May 4, 1863)

    e. From John Turnbull, Jr. (May 1863) (2 copies)

    f. From Andrew Thompson (May 5, 1863) (2 copies)

    g. From Henry D. Didier (May 6, 1863)

    h. From H.K. Eaton (May 6, 1863) (2 copies)

    i. From Samuel White (May 6, 1863) (2 copies)

    j. From William S. Fish (May 6, 1863)

    k. From Henry D. Didier (May 6, 1863) (2 copies)

    l. From Andrew Thompson (May 6, 1863) (2 copies)

    m. From J.M.D. Knowles (May 9, 1863) (2 copies)

    n. From Hester A. Myers (May 11, 1863) (2 copies)

    o. From E.W. French (May 11, 1863) (May 11, 1863) (2 copies)

    p. From E.N. Carr (May 11, 1863) (2 copies)

    q. From Major Somers (May 14, 1863)

    r. From James Boyce, Miner and Shipper of Anthracite and Bituminous Coal to R.M. Hesler (May 14, 1863)

    s. From Frederick Carlisle (May 15, 1863) (2 copies)

    t. To United States Government (May 16, 1863)

    u. To George Jones (May 16, 1863)

    v. From M. Clarke (April 10-May 19, 1863)

    w. From F.B. Hood (May 19, 1863) (2 copies)

    x. From J.W. Clark (May 20, 1863) (2 copies)

    y. From John Deviney (May 20, 1863)

    z. From William Fargo (May 22, 1863)

    aa. From E.N. Carr (May 22, 1863) (2 copies)

    bb. From Hester A. Myers (May 22, 1863) (2 copies)

    cc. From Jeffrey Atwood (May 23, 1863)

    dd. From William S. Fish (March 15- May 25, 1863) (2 copies)

    ee. From Wiliam S. Fish (May 25, 1863)

    ff. From Jeffrey Atwood (May 25, 1863)

    gg. From John Delaney (May 26, 1863) (2 copies)

    hh. From B. Baker (May 26, 1863) (2 copies)

    ii. From T.A. Edwards (May 28, 1863) (2 copies)

    jj. From Theodore M. Mace (May 28, 1863) (2 copies)

    kk. From T.D. Bancroft (May 28, 1863) (2 copies)

    ll. From Matthew Peck (May 30, 1863)

    mm. From Matthew Peck (May 30, 1863) (2 copies)

    nn. From John F. Erwin and James Kendig (2 copies)

    oo. From Isaac W.D. Knowles (May 31, 1863) (2 copies)

    pp. From R.H. Marshall (May 31, 1863) (2 copies)

    qq. From W.D. Knowles (May 31, 1863)

    3. Disbursements by the U.S. Government (June 1863) [Authorized by William S. Fish, unless otherwise noted]

    a. From George Jones (June 1, 1863) (2 copies)

    b. From Hugh McGarry (June 1, 1863) (2 copies)

    c. From Edwin W, Ussher (June 1, 1863) (2 copies)

    d. From Daniel Seaton (June 1, 1863) (2 copies)

    e. From W.S. Fish (June 1, 1863)

    f. From Samuel White (June 2, 1863) (2 copies)

    g. From Frank F. Atkinson (June 3, 1863) (2 copies)

    h. From Frederick Carlisle (June 3, 1863) (2 copies)

    i. From Mark Radcliffe (June 4, 1863) (2 copies)

    j. From E.N. Carr (June 8, 1863) (2 copies)

    k. From William Morris (June 8, 1863) (2 copies)

    l. From Samuel White (June 8, 1863) (2 copies)

    m. From Andrew Thompson (June 8, 1863)

    n. From W.S. Fish (June 11, 1863)

    o. From John Mcnamara, Jr. (June 15, 1863)

    p. From Matthew Peck (June 16, 1863) (2 copies)

    q. From E.N. Carr (June 16, 1863) (2 copies)

    r. From Charles B. Dyer (June 16, 1863 (2 copies)

    s. From Francis Rofs (June 16, 1863) (2 copies)

    t. From Andrew Thompson (June 16, 1863) (2 copies)

    u. From Joseph Backus (June 17, 1863) (2 copies)

    v. From Hugh McGarry (June 18, 1863) (2 copies)

    w. From Hester A. Myers (June 19, 1863) (2 copies)

    x. From Andrew Thompson (June 19, 1863)

    y. From Jeffrey Atwood (June 22, 1863) (2 copies)

    z. From William Brown (June 24, 1863)

    aa. From John McNamara (June 25, 1863)

    bb. From Frank Atkinson (June 27, 1863) (2 copies)

    cc. From J.G. Clark (June 29, 1863)

    4. Disbursements by the United States Government (July-August 1863) [Authorized by William S. Fish, unless otherwise noted]

    a. From Frank F. Atkinson (July 1, 1863) (2 copies)

    b. Expense report from H.P. Haynes (July 4, 1863)

    c. From Joseph Ilke (July 9, 1863) (2 copies)

    d. From F.F. Atkinson (July 14, 1863) (2 copies)

    e. From Theodore M. Mace (July 21, 1863)

    f. From Paca Street Livery and Sale Stables, Love and Krage, Proprieters (August 1, 1863)

    g. From Thomas Swann (August 8, 1863)

    h. From Frederick Carlisle (August 13, 1863) (2 copies)

    i. From Love and Krager (August 14, 1863) (2 copies)

    j. From Andrew Thompson (August 14, 1863) (2 copies)

    k. From A. Johnson (August 14, 1863) (2 copies)

    l. From Thomas D. Bancroft (August 27, 1863) (2 copies)

    5. Disbursements by the United States Government (September-October 1863) [Authorized by William S. Fish, unless otherwise noted]

    a. From Theodore M. Bartholomew (September 9, 1863)

    b. From E.W. Ussher (September 9, 1863)

    c. From W.H. Shearman (September 9, 1863)

    d. From W.S. Fish (September 9, 1863)

    e. From E.W. Blake (September 9, 1863)

    f. From William H. Capell (September 9, 1863)

    g. From J. Oliver Horner (September 9, 1863)

    h. From H.K. Eaton (September 16, 1863) (2 copies)

    i. From E.W. Ussher (September 16, 1863)

    j. From Theodore Zimmerman (September 16, 1863) (2 copies)

    k. From William S. Fish (September 16, 1863)

    l. From William S. Fish (September 17, 1863)

    m. From Edwin Ussher to Joseph Crane (September 17, 1863)

    n. From C.H. Marsh (September 17, 1863)

    o. From James Kennedy (September 17, 1863)

    p. From John F. Erwin (September 17, 1863)

    q. From Andrew Thompson (September 24, 1863)

    r. From Edwin W. Usher (September 24, 1863)

    s. From William H. Capell (September 16-19, 1863)

    t. From Andrew Thompson (October 5, 1863)

    u. From Theodore M. Bartholomew (October 9, 1863)

    v. From William Wolff (October 10, 1863)

    w. From J. Oliver Horner (October 12, 1863)

    x. From B. Stine (October 23, 1863)

    y. From Daniel Seaton (October 25, 1863)

    z. From Thomas Swann (October 28, 1863)

    aa. From L.S. Smith (October 26, 1863)

    6. Disbursements by the United States Government (November-December 1863) [Authorized by William S. Fish, unless otherwise noted]

    a. From J.F. Donahoo (November 1, 1863)

    b. From Donn Piatt (November 1, 1863)

    c. From Thomas Frank (?) (November 2, 1863)

    d. From William H. Capell (November 2, 1863)

    e. From E.N. Carr (November 2, 1863)

    f. From W. Newton Horner (November 2, 1863)

    g. From H.K. Eaton (November 2, 1863)

    h. From Adolph Franz (November 2, 1863)

    i. From Andrew Thompson (November 3, 1863)

    j. From William S. Fish concerning the account of Mrs. Abell (November 3, 1863)

    k. From John Barr (November 4, 1863)

    l. From Alfred Hatfield (November 4, 1863)

    m. From Mrs. Francis Abell (November 5, 1863)

    n. From W.H. Cheeseborough (November 9, 1863)

    o. From Charles B. Dyer to E. W. French (November 5, 1863)

    p. From Charles H. Marsh (November 10, 1863)

    q. From Joseph Vardy (November 10, 1863) (2 copies)

    r. From Samuel White (November 10, 1863)

    s. From T.M. Bartholomew (November 16, 1863)

    t. From William V. Kreamer (November 16, 1863)

    u. From John D. Toy (November 17, 1863)

    v. From J.O. Horner (November 18, 1863)

    w. From Adolph Franz (November 19, 1863)

    x. From H.K. Eaton (November 19, 1863)

    y. From William N. Kreamer (November 20, 1863)

    z. From William H. Shearman (November 21, 1863)

    aa. From Samuel White (November 22, 1863)

    bb. From Theodore M. Bartholomew (November 22, 1863)

    cc. From William H. Capell (November 23, 1863)

    dd. From W.N. Horner (November 24, 1863)

    ee. From Mrs. Alice Williams (November 25, 1863)

    ff. From Andrew Thompson (December 1, 1863)

    gg. From William Kreamer (December 1, 1863)

    hh. From William N. Horner (December 1, 1863)

    ii. From John W. Kraft (December 1, 1863)

    jj. From Samuel White (December 1, 1863)

    kk. From W.F. Keirle (December 1, 1863)

    ll. From Robert Dale (December 1, 1863)

    mm. From Theodore M. Bartholomew (December 3, 1863)

    nn. From E.W. French (December 3, 1863)

    oo. From John H. Bond (December 3, 1863)

    pp. From Robert Dale (December 3, 1863)

    qq. From James S. Urguhart (December 3, 1863)

    rr. From E.N. Carr (December 4, 1863)

    ss. From Alfred G. Hatfield (December 5, 1863)

    tt. From E. Chamberlain (December 5, 1863)

    uu. From H.K. Eaton (December 5, 1863)

    vv. From J. Oliver Homer (December 5, 1863)

    ww. From Henry H. Lockwood to General French (December 5, 1863)

    xx. From Mrs. Margaret Brill (December 10, 1863)

    yy. From Samuel White (December 23, 1863)

    zz. From Theodore M. Mace (1863) (2 copies)

    7. Reports From Provost Marshall William Fish to Schenck (February 1863)

    a. March 23-September 16, 1863

    b. No. 1 (undated, 1863)

    c. No. 2 (February 25, 1863)

    d. No. 3 (February 25, 1863)

    e. No. 4 (February 27, 1863)

    f. No. 5 (February 26, 1863)

    g. No. 6 (February 28, 1863)

    h. No. 7 (February 27, 1863)

    i. No. 8 (February 30, 1863)

    j. No. 12 (February 27, 1863)

    8. Reports From Provost Marshall William Fish to Schenck (March 1863)

    a. No. 11 (March 2, 1863)

    b. No. 9 (March 9, 1863)

    c. No. 10 (March 23, 1863)

    d. No. 15 (March 23, 1863)

    e. No. 11 (March 23, 1863)

    f. No. 13 (March 27, 1863)

    9. Reports From Provost William Fish to Schenck (April 1863)

    a. No. 14 (April 3, 1863)

    b. No. 18 (April 8, 1863)

    c. No. 17 (April 11, 1863)

    d. No. 20 (April 21, 1863)

    e. No. 21 (April 21, 1863)

    f. No. 22 (April 21, 1863)

    10. Reports From Provost Marshall William Fish to Schenck (May 1863)

    a. No. 23 (May 4, 1863)

    b. No. 24 (May 5, 1863)

    c. Unnumbered (May 8, 1863)

    d. No. 25 (May 13, 1863)

    11. Reports From Provost Marshall William Fish to Schenck (June 1863)

    a. No. 26 (June 5, 1863)

    b. No. 27 (June 5, 1863)

    c. No. 28 (June 8, 1863)

    d. No. 29 (June 8, 1863)

    e. No. 30 (June 25, 1863)

    f. No. 31 (June 25, 1863)

    g. No. 32 (June 25, 1863)

    h. No. 33 (June 25, 1863)

    i. Schenck's account book (1863)

    12. General Orders from the Headquarters of the Middle Department of the Army (1863) [All orders by command of Major General Schenck, unless otherwise noted]

    a. No. 3 (January 9, 1863)

    b. No. 6 (January 14, 1863)

    c. No. 5 (January 14, 1863)

    d. No. 13 (February 20, 1863)

    e. No. 15 (March 9, 1863)

    f. No. 17 (March 20, 1863)

    g. No. 18 (March 23, 1863)

    h. No. 19 (March 27, 1863)

    i. No. 20 (March 28, 1863)

    j. No. 21 (March 29, 1863)

    k. No. 22 (March 30, 1863)

    l. No. 23 (April 8, 1863)

    m. No. 24 (April 9, 1863)

    n. No. 25 (April 9, 1863)

    o. No. 26 (April 9, 1863)

    p. No. 27 (April 9, 1863)

    q. No. 28 (April 9, 1863)

    r. No. 29 (April 11, 1863)

    s. No. 30 (May 14, 1863)

    t. No. 31 (May 15, 1863)

    u. No. 32 (May 16, 1863)

    v. No. 33 (May 17, 1863)

    w. No. 34 (May 25, 1863)

    x. No. 35 (June 1, 1863)

    y. No. 36 (June 5, 1863)

    z. No. 37 (June 8, 1863)

    aa. No. 38 (June 19, 1863)

    bb. No. 39 (June 25, 1863)

    cc. No. 40 (June 27, 1863)

    dd. No. 41 (July 1, 1863)

    ee. No. 42 (July 11, 1863)

    ff. No. 45 (September 8, 1863)

    gg. No. 49 (October 12, 1863)

    hh. No. 50 (October 12, 1863)

    ii. No. 51 (October 21, 1863)

    jj. No. 52 (October 21, 1863)

    kk. No. 53 (October 27, 1863) (3 copies)

    ll. No. 54 (October 28, 1863)

    mm. (October 31, 1863)

    nn. No. 55 (November 2, 1863) (4 copies)

    oo. No. 56 (November 3, 1863)

    pp. No. 57 (November 4, 1863)

    qq. No. 58 (November 9, 1863)

    rr. No. 59 (November 13, 1863)

    ss. No. 60 (November 13, 1863)

    tt. From Brigadier General Daniel Tyler (November 15, 1863)

    uu. No. 61 (November 16, 1863)

    vv. No. 62 (November 21, 1863)

    ww. No. 63 (November 23, 1863)

    xx. No. 64 (November 24, 1863)

    yy. No. 65 (December 4, 1863)

    zz. No. 66 (December 5, 1863) (5 copies)

    aaa. No. 67 (December 5, 1863)

    13. Letters and Papers Concerning the Secret Service (1863) [Correspondence of Robert Schenck unless otherwise noted]

    a. Pay receipts for: Charles Edwardson, James Kofs, John L. Turner, William H. Hendricks, Samuel W. Comers, Andrew Philson, George Watson, John Wilson, William Henry, John J. Wood (February 23, 1863-April 30, 1863)

    b. From R.H. Milroy (April 17, 1863)

    c. From George A. Caffey from Attorney General Edward Bates (May 5, 1863)

    d. To Edwin W. Usher [Ussher] (May 8, 1863)

    e. From John Polls (May 19, 1863)

    f. Receipt from William S. Fish (May 26, 1863)

    g. Receipt from William S. Fish (June 16, 1863)

    h. To Lieutenant Colonel William Whipple from E.W. French (June 20, 1863)

    i. Receipt from William S. Fish (July 16, 1863)

    j. Receipt from William S. Fish (July 19, 1863)

    k. Receipt from William S. Fish (August 8, 1863)

    l. Telegram to E.W. Ussher from William S. Fish (July 16, 1863)

    m. From E.W. Ussher (September 14, 1863)

    n. Receipt from E.W. French (September 15, 1863)

    o. From A. Thomas Smith, Attorney for Samuel White (November 3, 1863)

    p. From Colonel E.G. Crow to William S. Fish (November 3, 1863)

    q. War Department of Secret Service fund in account with William S. Fish, Provost Marshall (April 7, 1863- September 16, 1863)

    r. War Department of Secret Service fund in account with Robert C. Schenck (April 17, 1863-November 2, 1863)

    s. War Department of Secret Service fund in account with Robert C. Schenck (November 2, 1863-November 23, 1863)

    t. War Department of Secret Service fund in account with Robert C. Schenck (November 23, 1863-December 5, 1863)

    u. From R.H. Milroy (June 9, 1863)

    14. Letters and Papers Dealing with Governor A. W. Bradford of Maryland (1863)

    a. Reply of President Lincoln to Governor Bradford (November 2, 1863) (newspaper clipping)

    b. To Abraham Lincoln (November 2, 1863)

    c. To the Proprieters of the American Telegraph Company (November 2, 1863)

    d. Original draft of General Schenck's order to the newspapers not to publish the Governors's proclamation (November 2, 1863)

    e. To Lieutenant Colonel Canol Fivis from D.P. Thurston (November 2, 1863)

    f. To Lieutenant Rector (November 2, 1863)

    g. To the loyal people of Maryland (November 3, 1863)

    15. Biography of Schenck for His Congressional Election Campaign ([1863])

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1863-66; Box 3.1 Files: [Correspondence of Robert Schenck unless otherwise noted]

    1. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (January 1864)

    a. The Votes of the Copperheads in the Congress of the United States (1864)

    b. Blank Discharge Order (1864?)

    c. Draft of legislation (1864)

    d. Memorandum on Matilda Mathews and Martha Mason, two negro girls who ran away from their master, George Patterson, who is suspected of providing assistance to rebels (1864)

    e. Memorandum on House Bill Number 600- Reorganizing the Subsistence Department (1864)

    f. List of amendments of House Bill 600 (1864)

    g. Portion of "United States Service Magazine" (November 1864)

    h. Difference in cost of the army patrons (1861-January 1864)

    i. From Major General A.P. Banks (January 2, 1864)

    j. From Thomas Webster (January 3, 1864)

    k. From Lieutenant Colonel Ward Marston (January 7, 1864)

    l. From John L. Pendleton (January 9, 1864)

    m. From I.C. Rice (January 9, 1863)

    n. From Donn Piatt and Henry H. Lockwood (January 17, 1864)

    o. Copy of letter from Donn Piatt and Henry H. Lockwood (January 17, 1864)

    p. From A.C. Pennington (January 20, 1864)

    q. From J.W. Hart (January 18, 1864)

    r. Report of the Defence Committee of the City of Baltimore (January 18, 1864)

    s. From L. B. Allen, I.B.F. Southam, Z. Brown of Wagon and Forage Masters (January 21, 1864)

    t. From Schuyler Colfax (January 23, 1864)

    u. From John V.L.Pruyer to the Military Committee (January 26, 1864)

    v. From Mayor Chapman of Baltimore to Henry Winter Davis (January 27, 1864)

    w. From Charles A. Page to John A. Kafsow (January 28, 1864)

    x. From Quartermaster General M.C. Meigs (January 28, 1864)

    y. Resolution of the City Council of Baltimore (January 29, 1864)

    2. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (February 1864)

    a. From A.H. Grimshaw (February 1, 1864)

    b. Resignation of H.A. Grant to Colonel James B. Fry (February 3, 1864)

    c. From James F. Sigel (February 8, 1864)

    d. From Military Store Keeper Mr. Lowell (February 8, 1864)

    e. From S.W. Andrews (February 9, 1864)

    f. From James B. Fry (February 10, 1864)

    g. From E.K. Lundy (February 10, 1864)

    h. From May S. Caffee (February 12, 1864)

    i. From R. French (February 12, 1864)

    j. From R.F. French to R.J. Gatling (February 22, 1864)

    k. From James B. Fry (February 28, 1864)

    l. From F. Sigel (February 29, 1864)

    m. "Extracts from the Journal of Military Committee relating to its action on the Petition of the Deleware and Ranitou R. R. Company" (February-March 1864)

    3. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (March 1864)

    a. From E.K. Lundy (March 1, 1864)

    b. Unsigned to members of the Military Committee (March 1, 1864)

    c. Resolution from the General Assembly and Secretary of State James Wright of Iowa (March 7, 1864)

    d. To U.S. Grant from Henry Wilson (March 11, 1864)

    e. From M.C. Meigs (March 11, 1864)

    f. To Henry Wilson from U.S. Grant (March 11, 1864) (3 copies)

    g. Amendments suggested to the Senate Bill No. 154

    h. To Henry Wilson from M.C. Meigs (March 11, 1864)

    i. To Henry Wilson from M.C. Meigs (March 12, 1864)

    j. Memorandum of changes proposed with organization of the Quartermaster's Department

    k. From M.C. Meigs (March 17, 1864)

    l. From C.L. Goulding (March 18, 1864)

    m. From James A. Pluc (?) (March 19, 1864)

    n. From A. Watson to the Committee on Military Affairs (March 21, 1864)

    o. To S.B. Lawrence from George G. Hastings (March 21, 1864)

    p. From Lieutenant Colonel Schols (March 22, 1864)

    q. From Abraham Lincoln (typed copy) (March 23, 1864)

    r. From John L. Pendleton (March 26, 1864)

    s. To Henry Wilson from M.C. Meigs (March 26, 1864)

    t. To Major Harpren from George G. Hastings (March 27, 1864)

    u. To Dr. J.G. Stephenson from Charles Wood (March 29, 1864)

    v. From Edwar Canby (March 30, 1864)

    w. From John L. Pendleton (March 30, 1864)

    4. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (April 1864)

    a. Newspaper clipping from Thomas Corwin (April 7, 1864)

    b. Letter in support of a bill for the organization of the Quartermaster Department from George H. Thomas and Joseph Hooker (April 8, 1864)

    c. Extract of a letter concerning the pay of colored soldiers (April 11, 1864)

    d. Pamphlet, "The remarks of Mr. Schenck of Ohio in reply to Fernando Wood" (April 11, 1864)

    e. To John F. Driggs from John Keeper (April 14, 1864)

    f. From East Baltimore Union Council, Henry C. Ganabee (April 16, 1864)

    g. From J.M. Forbes (April 22, 1864)

    h. From Provost Marshal of Delaware, Wilmer Edwin (April 26, 1864)

    i. From I.F. Taylor (April 30, 1864)

    5. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (May 1864)

    a. Message from the President of the United States to the House of Representatives (May 2, 1864)

    b. From J. Donaldson (May 3, 1864) From D.N. Cluny (May 3, 1864)

    c. From "A War Democrat" concerning Fernando Wood (May 5, 1864)

    d. To Secretary Collett (May 5, 1864)

    e. From Charles Wood (May 6, 1864)

    f. From M. Dean (May 6, 1864)

    g. To Postmaster General W. Blair (May 7, 1864)

    h. From M. Blair (May 8, 1864)

    i. From Charles Guld (May 9, 1864)

    j. From William B. Aster (May 13, 1864)

    k. From Daniel B. Eaton (May 17, 1864)

    l. Resolution to provide for the printing of official reports of the operations of the armies of the United States (May 19, 1864)

    m. A bill to increase the efficiency of the staff of the army (May 20, 1864)

    n. From E.K. Lundy (May 23, 1864)

    o. From Judge Advocate General N. Holt (May 24, 1864)

    p. An act to establish a Bureau of Freedman's Affairs (May 25, 1864)

    6. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (June 1864)

    a. "National Reform Pledge" (June 7, 1864)

    b. Report No. 110 of the House of Representatives (June 13, 1864)

    c. From George Hoadly (June 13, 1864)

    d. From M.C. Meigs (June 13, 1864)

    e. To G.H. Crosman from John Craig (June 14, 1864)

    f. Report No. 84 of the Senate (June 15, 1864)

    g. From M.C. Meigs (June 16, 1864)

    h. From John S. Hartsuff (June 18, 1864)

    i. From James B. Fry (June 20, 1864)

    j. From James Smith (June 20, 1864)

    k. To J.P. Chase from J.H. Pulte (June 21, 1864)

    l. From M.C. Meigs (June 21, 1864)

    m. To Secretary of the Navy Gideon Wells from John Chauncey (June 28, 1864) (2 copies)

    n. To John Chauncey from Gideon Wells (June 25, 1864)

    o. From James B. Fry (June 26, 1864)

    p. War Department circular No. 25 from James B. Fry (June 26, 1864)

    q. From Henry le Sig (June 28, 1864)

    7. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (July-September 1864)

    a. Bills of Committee on Military Affairs passed the House (July 2, 1864)

    b. General Orders No. 232, President Lincoln's call for volunteers (July 19, 1864)

    c. From James Williams, Secretary of the State Union Central Committee (July 20, 1864)

    d. From R.I. Gatling (July 22, 1864)

    e. From James L. Bukey (August 5, 1864)

    f. From Schuyler Colfax (August 29, 1864)

    g. From J. N. Dennison (September 9, 1864)

    h. From M.M. Redfield (September 29, 1864)

    i. Account of the siege of Suffolk-Chancellorsville, by John J. Peck (September 20, 1864)

    j. From H.W.R. Brunner (September 26, 1864)

    8. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (October-December 1864)

    a. From E.K. Lundy (October 5, 1864)

    b. From S. Shaffer (October 14, 1864)

    c. From David Tod (October 1, 1864)

    d. From George R. Sage (October 17, 1864)

    e. From Charles W. Larsh (October 18, 1864)

    f. From James Robb (October 19, 1864)

    g. From Benjamin Buckley (?) (November 1, 1864)

    h. From James L. Bukey (November 14, 1864)

    i. From F.J. Haines to General A. Eaton (November 29, 1864)

    j. From J.H. Alexander (December 7, 1864)

    k. List of general officers not on duty during the last six months from E.D. Townsend (December 10, 1864)

    l. To James F. Wilson from William H. Taylor (December 11, 1864)

    m. From G.W.S. Roswell (December 12, 1864)

    n. To William B. Allison from Joel Seeks (?) (December 12, 1864)

    o. From James L. Birkey (December 13, 1864)

    p. From W.P. Richardson (December 13, 1864)

    q. To John Ganson from John B. Eaton (December 15, 1864)

    r. H.R. 600, A Bill for the better organization of the Subsistence Department, introduced by Schenck (December 15, 1864) (2 copies)

    s. From H.W.P.Brunner (December 17, 1864)

    t. From G.W. Alexander (December 20, 1864)

    u. To E.M. Stanton (December 20, 1864)

    v. From R.E. Bryant (December 20, 1864)

    w. Schenck's notes made in Committee of Conference on Army Bill (1864)

    x. General Orders No. 302, A Proclamation calling for 300,000 volunteers, by Abraham Lincoln (December 21, 1864)

    y. To Mr. Yeaman from Chaplain Lholy Murphy (December 26, 1864)

    z. To W.R.Brunner (December 26, 1864)

    aa. From James K. Marlay, George B. Gardner and David Noble (December 29, 1864)

    bb. To William Dennison from H.D. Heill (December 30, 1864)

    9. Schenck's Notes Pertaining to Congressional Legislation (1864-1865)

    10. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (January 1865)

    a. "Circular of the American Union Commission" re. the War refugee problem ([1865])

    b. Letter to the House of Representatives from the American Union Commission re. the War refugee problem ([1865])

    c. From William Young (January 1865)

    d. List of Officers of the Subsistence Department (January 1, 1865)

    e. From W.H. Raymon (January 1, 1865)

    f. To John A. Kasson from S.C. Brownell (January 2, 1865)

    g. From S. Brewer(January 3, 1865)

    h. From G.E. Morgan (January 4, 1865)

    i. From John S. Martin (January 6, 1865)

    j. General Orders No. 2, a statement of the cost of clothing and camp garrison equipment, by Assistant Adjutant General W.A. Nichols (January 7, 1865)

    k. From William Lawrence and B. Stanton (January 7, 1865)

    l. From Stephen J. Jorce, a prisoner in Fort Delaware (January 9, 1865)

    m. To A. Garfield from H.L. Mann (January 9, 1865)

    n. From the War Department, Military Academy, "information relative to the appointment and admission of cadets" (January 9, 1865) (5 copies)

    o. From Major General Peck (January 11, 1865)

    p. From C.A. Dana (January 12, 1865)

    q. From Ezra M. Hunt (January 13, 1865)

    r. From John S. Martin (January 14, 1865)

    s. To General John Peck from J.W. Nesmith (January 14, 1865)

    t. Certification of Schenck's election to the House of Representatives (January 14, 1865)

    u. To Mrs. Lampson from John Race (January 16, 1865)

    v. From John Peck (January 16, 1865)

    w. To L. L. Davies from John Peck (January 16, 1865)

    x. To Commodore James F. Schenck of the U.S.S. Powhatan from Rear Admiral David D. Porter (January 17, 1865)

    z. From James L. Brikey (January 19, 1865)

    aa. From "your brother" Egbert [Schenck?] (January 19, 1865)

    bb. From W.P. Gaddis (January 19, 1865)

    cc. Letter to the Editor "Victory First- Trade Afterward" from F.A.S. (January 17, 1865) (newspaper clipping)

    dd. Report of the Adjutant-General of Ohio (newspaper clipping)

    ee. To the Editor of the New York Times "The Prepared Freedman's Bureau" from F.A.S. (February 1, 1865) (newspaper clipping)

    ff. Letter to the Editor "The Freedman's Bureau" from F.A.S. (January 12, 1865)(newspaper clipping)

    gg. From A.C. Pence (January 16, 1865)

    hh. S. 408, concerning military substitutes (January 24, 1865) (2 copies)

    11. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (February-April 1865)

    a. From Surgeon and Medical Director, Department of the North-West Ebenezar Smith, regarding "permanently disabled soldiers" (February 1, 1865)

    b. From the Treasury Department, Office of Internal Revenue, unsigned (February 1, 1865)

    c. To the House of Representatives from the American Union Committe, James P. Thompson, President (February 2, 1865)

    d. To M.C. Meigs from Alexander J. Perry (February 3, 1865)

    e. To Secretary of War Edward Stanton from M.C. Meigs (February 4, 1865) (2 copies)

    f. From John Brough (February 6, 1865)

    g. Reports on the abolition of slavery (February 7 and February 8, 1865) (newspaper clipping)

    h. From Assistant Secretary of War C.A. Dana (February 8, 1865)

    i. From John Brough (February 9, 1865)

    j. From W.S. Schenck (February 10, 1865)

    k. "Economic and Pecuniary Results of Leasing Abandoned Lands, Employment of Freedmen and the Disposition of Captured and Abandoned Property in North Carolina to Secretary of the Treasury William P. Fessenden from D. Heaton (February 11, 1865)

    l. From H.S. Fisk (February 13, 1865)

    m. From C.A. Dana (February 7, 1865)

    n. From James A. Hurdre (February 19, 1865)

    o. H.R. 767, concerning the pay of soldiers (February 20, 1865)

    p. From Thomas A. Vincent (February 20, 1865)

    q. H.R. 698, "to establish, in the War Department, a Bureau for the Relief of Freedman and Refugees"

    r. From "the union men of the South" C.P. Cussin, W.H. Rice, F.W.G. Crussile, F.P. Rice, Thomas Ware, William Johnson, B. Zachary, Jeff Clark, W.C. Dill, John Duans (February 20, 1865)

    s. From C.B. Dyer (February 21, 1865)

    t. To James B. Fry from Alfred L. Hough (February 23, 1865)

    u. To James B. Fry from R.D. Mussey (February 24, 1865)

    v. From N.L. Jeffries (July 25, 1865)

    w. Message from the President of the United States (February 28, 1865)

    x. From Edmund M. Moore (February 27, 1865)

    y. From E.O. Morgan (March 3, 1865)

    z. From J.L. Brinkley (March 18, 1865)

    aa. From James L. Brinkley (March 21, 1865)

    bb. From James L. Brinkley (April 28, 1865)

    12. Civil War Correspondence and Papers (Undated)

    a. List of officers and their duties

    b. To the House of Representatives from the Military Storekeepers

    c. From A.P. Banks (July 18 ?)

    d. From A.P. Banks (July 5 ?)

    e. List of Troop in the Middle Department, 8th Army Corps, Commanded by Major General Schenck

    f. List of Lieutenant Colonels in the Maryland Regiments serving in this command

    g. List of Officers

    h. Applicants for Surgeon and Commissioner

    i. Announcement for the Free Military School for Applicants for Command of Colored Troops, John H. Taggart, Preceptor

    j. From Fengal of New York

    k. From Sam R. Reed and the office of the Cincinnati Gazette

    l. Unsigned letter concerning a plan to "obtain information of a rebel organization"

    m. Draft of letter to Colonel Ruggles

    n. From Attorney Milton Whitney; correspondence between Whitney and William S. Fish

    o. Blank form from the Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments

    p. From John L. Flam (May 18 ?)

    q. Extract from the Annual Report of Captain James Rutherford

    r. Inventory of goods captured on the Patuxet Rivers

    s. From Thomas Davidson

    t. From F.U.

    u. Note to Donn Piatt, newspaper clipping from the Cincinnati

    v. "An act without and act to amend an act entitled the Act of God"

    w. To Chittendon (2 copies)

    x. From J.H. Flagg

    y. From Mark Lemon (the actor) to R. Keeley

    z. To Schenck's children

    aa. Map of emplacements at intersection of Potomac River and Chesapeak Bay

    bb. Military tactic analysis ? [fragment]

    cc. "Officers and Enlisted Men for active duty of the Northern Brigade"

    dd. "List of Regiments . . . in Command of Brig. Genl. B. F. Kelley between Point of Rocks and the Ohio River on line of Rail Road"

    ee. "Map of Vicksburg and its Surroundings , , , Taken from Admiral Porter's Map"

    ff. "Suggestions in the organization of Calvalry"

    gg. Forms for "Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments"

    hh. Notes and jottings on various topics connected with the War General Correspondence and Materials, 1865-71

    13. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (May-July 1865)

    a. From Isaac C. Bates (May 1, 1865)

    b. To Lott P. Bayleys from John R. Cook (May 10, 1865)

    c. Notice of John Sherman's visit in the Washington Chronicle (May 23, 1865)

    d. From Lott P. Bayleys (May 19, 1865)

    e. From I.C. Bates (May 20, 1865)

    f. Appointment to the Board of Visitors of West Point, from Edward Stanton (May 27, 1865) (2 copies)

    g. From J.G. Foster (June 7, 1865)

    h. From James L. Brinkley (June 20, 1865)

    i. From Felix Marsh (June 24, 1865)

    j. From Donn [Piatt] (June 25, 1865)

    k. From William Henry Smith (June 26, 1865)

    l. General Orders No. 118 dividing the United States into Military Districts from Assistant Adjutant General E.D. Townsend (June 27, 1865) (2 copies)

    m. From O. Follett (July 3, 1865)

    n. From Felix Marsh (July 7, 1865)

    o. From E.B. Ward (July 7, 1865)

    p. From Ben G. Robertson (July 8, 1865)

    q. To F.W. Wood from W.J. Sockston (July 12, 1865)

    r. From S.D. Graffling (July 13, 1865)

    s. To W.J. Dockstrader from John W. Free (July 14, 1865)

    t. To Colonel W.J. Dockstrader from P. Carlin (July 14, 1865)

    u. "Counties represented at a meeting this evening" (July 15, 1865)

    v. Washington meeting, list of senators and representatives (July 15, 1865)

    w. From Jim Williams (July 16, 1865)

    x. From L. Donaldson (July 17, 1865)

    y. To Colonel Dockstrader from Coulson Davenport (July 17, 1865)

    z. To Colonel W.J. Dockstrader from Robert Miller (July 18, 1865)

    aa. List of names organized by county, from James Williams (July 19, 1865)

    bb. To Colonel Dockstrader from E. Messinger (July 20, 1865)

    cc. From J.O. Griswold (July 21, 1865)

    dd. From Felix Marsh (July 22, 1865)

    ee. To Colonel Dockstrader from John Brinkerhoff (July 22, 1865)

    ff. List of names organized by county from James Williams (July 23, 1865)

    gg. To Colonel Dockstrader from Joseph Bradbury (July 24, 1865)

    hh. From H.C. Carbach (July 26, 1865)

    ii. To Colonel Dockstrader from James J. Williams (July 27, 1865)

    jj. From James S. York (July 27, 1865)

    kk. From "the Union citizens of Seneca County," James S. York, Executive Committee (July 27, 1865)

    ll. To Colonel Dockstrader from F.W. Wood (July 28, 1865)

    mm. From G.P. Williamson (July 29, 1865)

    nn. From James C. Hall (July 29, 1865)

    oo. From William Lawrence (July 29, 1865)

    pp. From W.T. Wilson (July 29, 1865)

    14. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (August 1865)

    a. From D.C. Howard (August 1, 1865)

    b. From Donn Piatt (August 2, 1865)

    c. Draft of letter to William Hugh McCulloch August 3, 1865)

    d. From James Williams (August 3, 1865)

    e. From J. N. Deniso, St. Mary's Canal Mineral Land Company (August 3, 1865)

    f. From James C. Hall (August 4, 1865)

    g. From J.W. Garfield (August 5, 1865)

    h. From Captain D.H. Pugh (August 7, 1865)

    i. From J.C. Bee (August 7, 1865)

    j. From J.B. Armstrong (August 8, 1865)

    k. From John D. Thorpe (August 9, 1865)

    l. From James S. Gish, A.C. Baldwin, M. Sullivan, P. Sprelman, N.L. Brown (August 9, 1865)

    m. From W. Lawrence (August 10, 1865)

    n. From H.L. Brown (August 11, 1865)

    o. From S.C. Boynton (August 12, 1865)

    p. From James Williams (August 12, 1865)

    q. From Roland Smith (August 12, 1865)

    r. From James Williams (August 15, 1865)

    s. From James C. Hall (August 15, 1865)

    t. From James Williams (August 15, 1865)

    u. Draft of letter to the editor of the Dayton Journal (August 17, 1865)

    v. From W.D. Buckham (August 18, 1865)

    w. From William Dennison (August 18, 1865)

    x. From E. Parrott (August 18, 1865)

    y. FRom G.J. Garfield (August 19, 1865)

    z. From Simeon Nash (August 20, 1865)

    aa. From William L. DeBeck (August 21, 1865)

    bb. From W.J. Dockstrader (August 21, 1865)

    cc. From James C. McMarch (?) (August 21, 1865)

    dd. From John S. Thompson of the American Central Railway Company (August 22, 1865)

    ee. To J.A. Garfield from S.C. Boynton (August 22, 1865)

    ff. From B. Nesbitt (August 22, 1865)

    gg. From J.K. Hord (August 23, 1865)

    hh. From J.S. Robinson (August 23, 1865)

    ii. From the citizens of Bainbridge, Ohio, W. Magaffin, J. Fitzwilliam and J.C. Hagy (August 23, 1865)

    jj. From James Williams (August 23, 1865)

    kk. From W.J. Docckstrader (August 25, 1865)

    ll. From James Williams (August 29, 1865)

    mm. From G.H. Pugh (?) (August 28, 1865)

    nn. From J. Garfield (August 29, 1865)

    oo. To I. Strong, G.G. Washburn, R.G. Honn and W.W. Boynton (August 29, 1865)

    pp. From J.B. Dunn (August 8, 1865)

    qq. From J.D. Cox (August 30, 1865)

    rr. From James Williams (August 31, 1865)

    15. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (September 1865)

    a. From Van C. Coonrod (September 1, 1865)

    b. From James Williams (September 1, 1865)

    c. From James Williams (September 2, 1865)

    d. From P.T.R. Hourmedier (September 4, 1865)

    e. From P.T.R. Hourmedier (September 6, 1865)

    f. From S.C. Boynton (September 4, 1865)

    g. From J.K. Hand (September 5, 1865)

    h. From O. D. Austin (September 11, 1865)

    i. From S.C. Boynton (September 11, 1865)

    j. From W. Gordon (September 15, 1865)

    k. From James Williams (September 18, 1865)

    l. From Sam R. Reed (September 20, 1865)

    m. From R. Nesbitt (September 23, 1865)

    n. From James Williams (September 25, 1865)

    o. From N.C.McFarland (September 25, 1865)

    p. From James Williams (September 26, 1865)

    q. From James R. Hubbel (September 27, 1865)

    r. From J.C. See (?) (September 27, 1865)

    s. From W.D. Alexander (September 29, 1865)

    t. From J.S. Conklin (September 30, 1865)

    16. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (October-November 1865)

    a. To President Andrew Johnson from Franck Taylor (October 1865)

    b. From W.B. Sweet of the American Central Railway (October 13, 1865)

    c. From John A. Littles (October 14, 1865)

    d. From John L. Fem (?) (October 16, 1865)

    e. From A.S. McClure (October 16, 1865)

    f. To John R. Cook (October 16, 1865)

    g. From J.D. Cox (October 17, 1865)

    h. From Isaac Strohen (October 18, 1865)

    i. From J.H., Office Chief Commissary of Subsistence, District of Minnesota (October 18, 1865)

    j. From Felix Marsh (October 18, 1865)

    k. From S. C. Boynton (October 19, 1865)

    l. From W.H. Doherty (October 19, 1865)

    m. Minutes of the Proceedings of the Court of Inquiry (October 19, 1865)

    n. From E. Parrott (October 24, 1865)

    o. From W.B. Sweet (October 27, 1865)

    p. List of accounts due (October 30, 1865)

    q. From John D. Thorpe (October 30, 1865)

    r. List of accounts due (October 31, 1865)

    s. From Felix Marsh (October 31, 1865)

    t. From V.E. Smalley (October 31, 1865)

    u. From Benjamin Eggleston (October 31, 1865)

    v. From J.N. Garce (October 31, 1865)

    w. From E. Parrott (October 31, 1865)

    x. From W.D. Alexander (November 2, 1865)

    y. From R.N. Clarke (November 2, 1865)

    z. From James E. Hall (November 4, 1865) y. From C.H. Pohreer (November 15, 1865)

    aa. From N.C. McFarland (November 15, 1865)

    bb. From George Woodbridge (November 16, 1865)

    cc. From W.B. Sweet (November 19, 1865)

    dd. From E.K. Eckley (November 20, 1865)

    ee. From H.S. Martin (November 23, 1865)

    ff. From James Olds (November 27, 1865)

    gg. From C.C. Bliss (November 27, 1865)

    hh. From James Williams (November 29, 1865)

    ii. From Donn [Piatt] (November 30, 1865)

    17. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (December 1865)

    a. Supreme Court of the United States report (December 1865) (2 copies)

    b. List of members of the House of Representatives (December 1865)

    c. To Colonel E. Parrott from John J. Musson (December 3, 1865)

    d. From N.S. Townshend (December 5, 1865)

    e. From Benjamin Runkle (December 6, 1865)

    f. From James L. Brikey (December 8, 1865)

    g. From J. M. Comly (December 4, 1865)

    h. From Donn [Piatt] (December 12, 1865)

    i. From S.H. Webb (December 15, 1865)

    j. From William M. Green (December 15, 1865)

    k. From Benjamin P. Runkle (December 15, 1865)

    l. From W.H. Doherty (December 16, 1865)

    m. From Latt P. Bayler (December 16, 1865)

    n. From William M. Green (December 17, 1865)

    o. From Major Hancock (December 17, 1865)

    p. From William M. Green (December 18, 1865)

    q. To General Garfield from C.B. Lockwood (December 19, 1865)

    r. From William M. Green (December 20, 1865)

    s. From James Longstroth, editor of the Hamilton Telegraph (December 22, 1865)

    t. From William M. Green (December 22, 1865)

    u. From B. R. Cowen (December 22, 1865)

    v. From R. G. Pennington and the office of the Cleveland, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad Co. (December 26, 1865)

    w. From G. L. Hoge (December 27, 1865)

    x. From V.E. Smalley and the Office of the Register (December 28, 1865)

    y. From James Williams (December 28, 1865)

    z. To Colonel R.H. Ramsey from W. B. Hazen (December 29, 1865)

    aa. From J. M. Comley (December 24, 1865)

    bb. From John Com (December 29, 1865)

    cc. From W. B. Hazen (December 29, 1865)

    dd. Charles F. Adams (December 31, 1865)

    ee. To Major General Ruger from W.H. Doherty (December 16, 1865)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1863-66; Box 3.2 Files: [Correspondence of Robert Schenck unless otherwise noted]

    1. United States House of Representatives Military Affairs Committee, Investigation of Military Imprisonments: Transcripts of Interviews and Notes, pp. 1-43 (January 1865)

    2. United States House of Representatives Military Affairs Committee, Investigation of Military Imprisonment: Transcripts of Interviews and Notes, pp. 44-96 (January 1865)

    3. United States House of Representatives Military Affairs Committee, Investigation of Military Imprisonment Transcripts of Interviews and Notes, pp. 97-133 (January 1865)

    4. United States House of Representatives Military Affairs Committee, Investigation of Military Imprisonment: Transcripts of Interviews and Notes, pp. 134-211 (January 1865)

    5. Materials pertaing to the Military Affairs Committee Investigation of Military Imprisonments (n.d.)

    a. Unsigned letter

    b. Letter to the President ?

    c. Unsigned letter or speech

    d. Unsigned letter to the President of the United States

    e. Unsigned testimonial

    f. Unsigned testimonial

    6. West Point Board of Visitors (1865)

    a. From George Bratt (February 12, 1865)

    b. Special Orders No. 82 by General Cullum (May 31, 1865)

    c. To General George W. Cullum from Richard Delafield (May 30, 1865)

    d. List of Officers of the United States Military Academy (June 3, 1865)

    e. From William Delafield (June 6, 1865)

    f. To Colonel F.A. Conkling from George Cullum (June 10, 1865)

    g. To E.M. Stanton from George Cullum (June 15, 1865)

    h. To Colonel F.A. Conkling from George Cullum (June 15, 1865)

    i. To the Board of Visitors from J.C. Lyman (June 18, 1865)

    j. To Colonel F.A. Conkling from George Cullum (June 19, 1865)

    k. From J.A. Alexander (June 19, 1865)

    l. To Colonel F.A. Conkling from J.A. Bratt (June 20, 1865)

    m. From henry W. Lee (June 21, 1865)

    n. To F.A. Conkling from George Cullum (June 24, 1865)

    o. To the Board of West Point (June 26, 1865)

    p. Frim H.M. Lee (August 1, 1865)

    7. Papers on Tobacco Tax (1865-66)

    a. From Phister and Howe (January 7, 1864)

    b. Extract of the Bi-Monthly Report of the Commissioners of Agriculture, (October 31, 1864)

    c. Editorial Against the Tax on Leaf Tobacco by Phister and How. (January ? 5, 1865)

    d. S. 375, A Bill levying internal duties on tobacco (January 6, 1865)

    e. From John H. Stevenson (January 9, 1865)

    f. The Ohio Tobacco Crop of 1863- Fifty Million Pounds of Tobacco Produced in Ohio (January 17, 1865) (newspaper clipping)

    g. Resolution of the Receivers and Shippers of American Leaf Tobacco, Francis Neal, Chairman (January 17, 1865)

    h. From William H. Simms (January 18, 1865)

    i. From Abraham Stoner (January 20, 1865)

    j. Copy of the Proposed Amendment to H.R. 513 (May 10, 1866)

    k. From John S. Martin (May 14, 1865)

    l. A Letter from the National Tobacco Convention held in Luoisville, Kentucky to the U.S. Revenue Commission, Opposing a Tax on Leaf Tobacco (December 21, 1865)

    m. Pamphlet on Suggestions for Taxing Tobacco in its Raw State, presented for the use of the Tobacconists' National Association (1865)

    n. From L.O. Phister of Wheeler Tobacco Warehouse (January 8, 1865)

    o. Letter to the Senate and House of Respresentatives of the United States from the Montgomery County Tobacco Growers' Association, Jacob Zimmer, Henry Gunckle and William Pentzer, executive committee (January 25, 1865)

    p. Speech, (? 1866)

    q. From Lewis D. Gunckel (February 20, 1866)

    r. From Lewis D. Gunckel (April 27, 1866)

    s. From the Miamisburg Tobacco Men (April 30, 1866)

    t. From John S. Gable (May 1866)

    u. Monthly Tobacco Report from J.S. Gans and Sons (May 1, 1866)

    v. From John S. Gable (May 2, 1866)

    w. From Phister and How of the Wheeler Tobacco Warehouse (May 10, 1866)

    x. From Jacob O. Mister (May 16, 1866)

    y. From J. Wolf, W.W. Hales, J.H. Bacon, W. Wormau, Benjamin Munday, H.K. Saubach and Julius Bornstein (May 17, 1866)

    z. From S.D. Grafflur (May 22, 1866)

    aa. From "A Republican Farmer" (undated)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; Box 4.1 Files: [Correspondence of Robert Schenck unless otherwise noted]

    1. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (January 1866)

    a. "Vote fpr Senator in Legislative [Convention?]" (January 1866)

    b. U.S. Coast Survey map of Washington Sound and Approaches (1866)

    c. Receipt (1866)

    d. To M. Romero (1866)

    e. Pamphlet, "The Mexican Loan: Its Origins and Conditions"

    f. Draft of Mexico Resolution

    g. Mexico Resolution offered by Schenck (2 copies and newspaper clipping)

    h. List of yearly pay for officers, detailed in Washington, D.C. (1865-1866)

    i. From V.E. Smalley (January 1, 1866)

    j. From O.W. Austin (January 3, 1866)

    k. From B. Storer (January 3, 1866)

    l. "The Senatorial Question" from the Daily Leader (January 4, 1866)

    m. Discussion of slave emancupation (newspaper clipping)

    n. From Lewis B. Gunckel (January 10, 1866)

    o. From J.J. Crowly (July 10, 1866)

    p. From S.W. Webb (January 11, 1866)

    q. From E. Cowell (January 11, 1866)

    r. From W.B. Grenck (January 11, 1866)

    s. From William M. Green (January 11, 1866)

    t. From Parrott in the General Assembly of Ohio

    u. From J.W. DeForest (January 12, 1866)

    v. From Wiliam M. Green (January 12, 1866)

    w. From John S. Hartsuff (January 12, 1866)

    x. From John Coon (January 13, 1866)

    y. From S.W. Webb (January 14, 1866)

    z. From M.F. Reynolds (January 15, 1866)

    aa. From Sam R. Reed (January 16, 1866)

    bb.From Donn Piatt (January 18, 1866)

    cc. From J. Williams (January 18, 1866)

    dd. From Robert W. Steel (January 18, 1866)

    ee. From John Coon (January 18, 1866)

    ff. From B.R. Corwin (January 19, 1866)

    gg. From W.M. Redfield (January 20, 1866)

    hh. From Napoleon's Letter to General Forey (January 20, 1863)

    ii. From B.R. Coon (January 20, 1866)

    jj. From Robert W. Steele (January 27, 1866)

    kk. From O. Follett and the President's Office of the Sandusky, Dayton and Cincinnati Railway Co. (January 23, 1866)

    ll. From S.W. Beall (January 24, 1866)

    mm. From Donn [Piatt] (January 26, 1866)

    nn. Unsigned, from the General Assembly of Ohio (January 26, 1866)

    oo. To J. Watson Webb from Henry R. Remen (January 27, 1866)

    2. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (February-March 1866)

    a. From William Stanton (February 2, 1866)

    b. From John R. Cook (February 3, 1866)

    c. From Samuel Hanna of the Pittsburgh Fort Wayne Chicago Railway COmpany (February 3, 1866)

    d. From John C. Dunlevy (February 5, 1866)

    e. From Thomas J. Lash (February 5, 1866)

    f. From H. Paulding (February 6, 1866)

    g. From M.H. Johnson (February 8, 1866)

    h. From W.B. Nazen (February 9, 1866)

    i. From William M. Green (February 9, 1866)

    j. From Schecnk concerning the American Central Railway (February 10, 1866)

    k. From R.G. Pennington (February 10, 1866)

    l. From F.A. Conkling (February 12, 1866)

    m. From M.M. Redfield (February 13, 1866)

    n. From W.C. McFarland (February 21, 1866)

    o. From William M. Green (february 21, 1866)

    p. From R.G. Herr (February 21, 1866)

    q. Attendence at a meeting of the Union Senators and Representatives (February 21, 1866)

    r. Cuba: The Captain General Ordered to Send Five Thousand Troops to the Pacific (newspaper clipping)

    s. From B.J. Levin (February 21, 1866)

    t. From John W. Hull (February 23, 1866)

    u. From Lewis B. Grunckel (February 26, 1866) (newspaper clipping attached)

    v. From E. Bellot des Mineres (February 1866)

    w. From Donn [Piatt] (February 28, 1866)

    x. From Oakes Ames, James W. Nye and William D. Kelley of the Union Congressional Executive Committee (March 1, 1866)

    y. J.J. Dana (March 1, 1865)

    z. Europe: The Asia at Halifax with Four Days Later News (newspaper clipping)

    aa. From A.C. Middleton (March 2, 1866)

    bb. From Will S. Thomasson (March 12, 1866)

    cc. Senate Bill (March 16, 1866)

    dd. Excerpt of a letter to J.G. Blaine from J.T. Rodgers (March 16, 1866)

    ee. From S.C. Boynton (March 16, 1866)

    ff. From M.C. Meigs (March 19, 1866)

    gg. From J.J. Dana (March 28, 1866)

    hh. From C. Thomas of the Quartermaster General's Office (March 31, 1866)

    3. Official and Professional Papers and Correspondence (April-May 1866)

    a. From Mr. Romers (April 2, 1866)

    b. From A.H. Twayne (April 3, 1866)

    c. From William Redfield (April 4, 1866)

    d. From John Noke (April 6, 1866)

    e. From William Stanton (April 9, 1866)

    f. From W.C. Meigs (April 11, 1866)

    g. From B. Brinn of the Paymaster General's Office (April 16, 1866)

    h. From Edwin Stanton (April 21, 1866)

    i. Report on the Modification of the Oath of Office by James F. Wilson (April 23, 1866)

    j. H.R. 101 for the Resolution of certain officers of the army (April 24, 1866)

    k. From Manod Gomes (April 30, 1866)

    l. "Memorial of the Legislature of Massachusetts praying the reimbursement of certain moneys expended by Massachusetts for the common defence" (May 4, 1866)

    m. From R. Plumb, Secretary of the Vermilion Coal Company (May 14, 1866)

    n. From Morris Miller (May 16, 1866)

    o. From Ezra Wright (May 17, 1866)

    p. From General Averill (May 18, 1866)

    q. From L.J. Bradford, President National Tobacco Convention (May 18, 1866)

    r. Extract from the speech of Allen G. Thurman (May 24, 1866)

    s. To General N.E. Paine from S.W. Beale (May 25, 1866)

    4. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (June-September 1866)

    a. Poem "The Modern Moses" by A.J. (June 6, 1866)

    b. To the U.S. Congress from disabled Union veterans (June 6, 1866)

    c. From S.W. Beall (June 7, 1866)

    d. From Dale Owen (June 10, 1866)

    e. From M. Romero (June 10, 1866)

    f. From F.J. Fisher (June 10, 1866)

    g. From O.C. Maxwell (June 10, 1866)

    h. From J. Scott (June 12, 1866)

    i. From Simeon Rush (June 13, 1866)

    j. From J.S. Thompson (June 16, 1866)

    k. To General R.B. Hayes (June 18, 1866) (copy)

    l. From B.J. Foust (June 30, 1866)

    m. List of speeches circulated by the Union Congressional Committee (July 6, 1866)

    n. Promisory note to Jay Cooke, and Co. (July [?] 16, 1866)

    o. From E.P. Moron (July 17, 1866)

    p. Confidential Memorandum to the Naval Committee re. the Act of July 25, 1866

    q. From James McGinnis (August 1, 1866)

    r. From Whitelaw Reid (September 6, 1866)

    s. From R. Plumb (September 10, 1866)

    t. From Lilly [Schenck] (September 14, 1866)

    u. From C.P. James (September 14, 1866)

    v. From R. Mason (September 18, 1866)

    w. Unsigned (September 17, 1866)

    x. From R. Mason (September 18, 1866)

    y. From Whitelaw Reid (September 20, 1866)

    z. From Edwin Stanton (September 24, 1866)

    5. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (October-December 1866)

    a. From Ralph Plumb of the Office of the Vermilion Coal Co. (October 2, 1866)

    b. Resolution concerning land development

    c. From Governor Fenton of New York (October 3, 1866)

    d. To General Grant (October 8, 1866)

    e. From Scammon, McGragg and Fuller (October 10, 1866)

    f. From George W. Blunt (October 12, 1866)

    g. From W. M. Green (October 13, 1866)

    h. From Henry Vanderbilt (October 15, 1866)

    i. From Schuyler Colfax (October 15, 1866)

    j. From Scammon, McGragg and Fuller (October 29, 1866)

    k. From Grantle Moody (October 29, 1866)

    l. Receipt (October 31, 1866)

    m. From John Clingman (November 4, 1866)

    n. From Scammon, McGragg and Fuller (November 5, 1866)

    o. From Ralph Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Co. (November 12, 1866)

    p. From Scammon, McGragg and Fuller (November 23, 1866)

    q. From Ralph Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Co. (December 10, 1866)

    r. Certification of Schenck's election to the House of Representatives in October 1866 (December 11, 1866)

    s. From William Henry Swint and the Office of the Secretary of State (Columbus, Ohio) (December 12, 1866)

    t. From Ralph Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Co. (December 22, 1866)

    u. Receipt from Scammon, McGragg and Fuller (December 1866)

    v. Supreme Court Case of The Board of Supervisors v Robert O. Schenck (December 1866)

    6. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (January 1867)

    a. Receipts from Manufacturers (1867)

    b. From Issac Taven (1867)

    c. Request to publish speeches from the Union Congressional Executive Committee (January 5, 1867)

    d. From John S. Thompson (January 5, 1867)

    e. From Ralph Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Company (January 7, 1867)

    f. From Jared Benjamin (January 14, 1867)

    g. From R. Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Co. (January 15, 1867)

    h. From W.B. Sweet of the American Central Railway Company (January 18, 1867)

    i. From Wheeler B. Sweet (January 18, 1869)

    j. From T.H. Titus (January 22, 1867)

    k. From Scammon, McGragg and Fuller (January 25, 1867)

    l. From John Rolfe (?) (January 27, 1867)

    m. From Thomas S. Young (January 28, 1867)

    n. Promisory note to Jay Cooke, and Co. (January 28, 1867)

    o. From John G. Dunlevy (January 30, 1867)

    p. From W.P. Dewey (January 30, 1867)

    7. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (February 1867)

    a. From Ralph Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Co. (February 1, 1867)

    b. From Ralph Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Co. (February 2, 1867)

    c. From G.W. Shurtleff, Professor of Latin and Greek Languages at Oberlin College (February 3, 1867)

    d. From Lonn Chitcom (?) (February 5, 1867)

    e. Working copy of H.R. 1143 providing for the reentry of Confederate states into the Union (February 11, 1867) (2 copies)

    f. H.R. 836 "to equalize the bounties of soldiers, sailors, and marines, who served in the late war for the Union" (February 16, 1867)

    g. From W.J. Ford (February 14, 1867)

    h. From E. Parrott (February 15, 1867)

    i. Working copy of H.R. 1143 providing for the reentry of Confederate states into the Union (February 17, 1867)

    j. From W.W. Hudson (February 20, 1867)

    k. From A.L. Harris (February 23, 1867)

    l. From W.B. Hazen (February 25, 1867)

    m. From R.G. Corwin (February 27, 1867)

    n. From George F. Brown (February 24, 1867)

    o. From Collin Ford (February 26, 1867)

    p. From C.H. Grovenor (February 28, 1867)

    8. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (March 1867)

    a. From R. Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Co. (March 1, 1867)

    b. From Allan F. Brinsmade (March 2, 1867)

    c. From John S. Thompson (March 4, 1867)

    d. From Scammon, McGragg and Fuller (March 4, 1867)

    e. From William Young (March 8, 1867)

    f. From Scammon, McGragg and Fuller (March 11, 1867)

    g. H.R. 836, with attached transcript of debate (newspaper clipping from The Globe) (March 12, 1867)

    h. From J.C. Steele (March 16, 1867)

    i. From John M. Milliken (March 21, 1867)

    j. From R. Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Co. (March 22, 1867)

    k. From H. Paulding (March 24, 1867)

    l. From John S. Thompson (March 25, 1867)

    9. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (April-June 1867)

    a. From Scammon, McGragg and Fuller (April 2, 1867)

    b. From John L. Young (April 4, 1867)

    c. From H. Haulding (April 6, 1867)

    d. Promisory note to Jay Cook and Co. (April [?] 17, 1867)

    e. From J.S. Thompson (April 11, 1867)

    f. From Ralph Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Company (April 15, 1867)

    g. From W.S. Rosecrans (April 25, 1867)

    h. From W.S. Rosecrans (April 28, 1867)

    i. From John R. Cook (April 30, 1867)

    j. From Olaf Johnson of the Offices of Ford and Blackman, Attorneys at Law (May 6, 1867)

    k. From W.S. Rosecrans (undated)

    l. From Gene Pope (May 20, 1867)

    m. Calculations re. 2nd and 3rd unidentified notes (May 24, 1867)

    n. From R. Plumb (May 22, 1867)

    o. From W.J. Dockstrader (May 23, 1867)

    p. From R. Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Company (May 24, 1867)

    q. From John Cowly (?) of the Ohio State Journal (May 27, 1867)

    r. From Thomas Young (June 7, 1867)

    s. From Ralph Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Company (June 11, 1867)

    t. Circular commending Reverend James M. Tims for establishing a newspaper for the Freedman (June 12, 1867)

    u. From R. Plumb (June 17, 1867)

    v. Union Republican Campaign Documents . nos. 1-2. Columbus, O.: Union State Executive Committee, 1867. [Includes Speech of General Schenck before the Convention, June 19, 1867]

    w. To Rutherford B. Hayes (June 21, 1867) (copy)

    x. From R. Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Co. (June 25, 1867)

    y. From R. Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Company (June 30, 1867)

    z. From Joseph Bradbury (June 26, 1867)

    10. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (July 1867)

    a. From Long BLack and Allstutter Reapers and Movers (July 10, 1867)

    b. Announcement of the Committee on the Treatment of Prisoners of War and Union Citizens (July 17, 1867)

    c. Fundraising letter of the Union Republican Congressional Executive Committee (July 20, 1867) (15 copies)

    d. Amount collected by the Union Republican Congressional Executive Committee (July 20, 1867)

    e. From R. Plumb (July 23, 1867)

    f. From T.L. Tullock (July 27, 1867)

    g. From T.L. Tullock (July 27, 1867)

    h. From T.L. Tullock (July 29, 1867)

    i. Invitation to meet with the Massachussetts Reconstruction Association (July 30, 1867) (3 copies)

    j. From Harrison Ritchie, Secretary of the Massachusetts Reconstruction Association (July 30, 1867)

    11. Correspondence of Thomas Tullock, Secretary of the Union Republican Committee (July 1867)

    a. From John M. Langston (July 7, 1867)

    b. From Reverend H.M. Turner (July 8, 1867)

    c. From Reverend James Lynch (July 9, 1867)

    d. From Reverend John U. Given (July 15, 1867)

    e. From John M. Langston (July 21, 1867)

    f. From Reverend M. Turner (July 23, 1867)

    g. From H.J. Brown (July 23 (1867)

    h. From John T. Castin (July 25, 1867)

    i. From John L. Costin (July 25, 1867)

    j. From Thomas L. Norton (July 30, 1867)

    k. From Major Thomas L. Norton (July 30, 1867)

    l. From (An efficient laborer in the cause" (July 31, 1867)

    m. From "a colored speaker and organizer in South Carolina" (August 2, 1867)

    12. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (August 1867)

    a. General Considerations Relating to Spirit Meters (August 1, 1867)

    b. Receipts of the Union Republican Congressional Executive Committee (August 1, 1867)

    c. From T.L. Tullock (August 4, 1867)

    d. From R. Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Company (August 8, 1867)

    e. Receipts from the Union Republican Congressional Committee (August 12, 1867)

    f. From John Williams, Secretary of the State Union Republican Committee (August 10, 1867)

    g. From Henry Vanderbilt (August 19, 1867)

    h. From Henry Vanderbilt (August 23, 1864)

    i. From Thomas L. Tullock (August 26, 1867)

    j. From J.L. Thompson (August 26, 1867)

    k. From O. Follett (August 29, 1867)

    l. To Thomas W. Conway from Thomas L. Tullock (September 11, 1867)

    13. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (September-October 1867)

    a. From A.G. McBurney (September 5, 1867)

    b. To Thomas W. Conway from Thomas L. Tullock (September 11, 1867)

    c. Fundraising form for the Union Republican Congressional Executive Committee, from Thomas L. Tullock (September 11, 1867)

    d. From Thomas L. Tullock (September 11, 1867)

    e. Fundraising form of the Union Republican Congressional Executive Committee and Thomas L. Tullock (September 12, 1867)

    f. From I.S. (September 13, 1867)

    g. From Ralph Plumb of the Vermilion Coal Company (September 16, 1867)

    h. From James Williams (September 16, 1867)

    i. To Aaron H. Hill from T.L. Tullock (September 16, 1867)

    j. From T.L. Tullock (September 18, 1867)

    k. From T.L. Tullock, with correspondence between George Edwards attached (September 20, 1867)

    l. Stock notice from the Vermilion Coal Company (September 25, 1867)

    m. From Thomas L. Tullock (September 30, 1867)

    n. From members of the Union Republican Committee of Ohio: O.O. Morton, Conrad Parker, George H. Chapman, P. Lidensticker, John Coburn, W.L. Gresham, N. Kimball, W.H.H. Herreld (October 13, 1867)

    o. To Lilly Schenck from Charles Halpins (October 2, 1867)

    p. To Lilly Schenck (October 5, 1867)

    q. From Thomas L. Tullock (October 16, 1867)

    r. T.L. Tullock (October 17, 1867)

    s. From John G. Robertson (October 23, 1867)

    14. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (November 1867)

    a. Speech of George H. Pendleton (November 2, 1867)

    b. H.R. 82 Resolution on the Public Debt (November 25, 1867)

    c. H.R. 87 Resolution to repeal all acts which authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to retire and cancel United States notes (November 25, 1867) (2 copies)

    d. From Henry C. Carey (November 25, 1867)

    e. S. 148 Resolution to raise the value of legal tender notes to par (November 29, 1867) (3 copies)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1866-71; Box 4.2 Files: [Correspondence of Robert Schenck unless otherwise noted]

    1. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (December 1867)

    a. From L. Warton (December 1867)

    b. Statement of the Public Debt of the United States, from Secretary of the Treasury Hugh McCullogh (December 1, 1867)

    c. H.R. 196 Concerningt the promotion of officers who have been restored to the active list in the United States Navy (December 2, 1867) (2 copies)

    d. H.R. 194 Bill to tax greenbacks (December 2, 1867)

    e. From Robert Miller (December 2, 1867)

    f. H.R. 207 Act "to provide for the exemption of cotton from internal tax" (December 4, 1867) (2 copies)

    g. H.R. 210 Bill "to provide for funding the interest-bearing debt of the United States" (December 5, 1867)

    h. H.R. 213 Bill "to suspend further reduction of the currency" (December 5, 1867)

    i. S. 165 Bill "to authorize the conversion of registered bonds to coupon bonds" (December 5, 1867)

    j. From Henry C. Cacey (December 7, 1867)

    k. H.R. 240 Bill "to provide for the resumption of specie payments" (December 9, 1867)

    l. H.R. 241 Bill to provide against undue expansions and contractions of the currency" (December 9, 1867)

    m. H.R. 213 Bill "to suspend further reduction of the currency" (December 9, 1867)(6 copies)

    n. Notes, tax on distilled spirits

    o. S. 180, Bill "relating to United States notes" (December 10, 1867)

    p. S. 203 Bill "to apportion the issue of the national currency to the several States and Territories and to the District of Columbia" (December 16, 1867)

    q. H.R. 304 Bill "supplementary to, and explanatory of, certain acts of Congress relating to officers of the Navy" (December 16, 1867)

    r. S. 207 Bill "for funding the national debt and for the conversion of the notes of the United States" (December 17, 1867)

    s. Statement from Jay Cooke, and Co. (December 17, 1867)

    t. Receipt from Frederic P. Stanton (December 17, 1867)

    u. Mem. of Govt. Bonds held by Genl. Schenck (December 17, 1867)

    v. From Dann D. Porter of the United States Naval Academy (December 19, 1867)

    w. From Henry C. Casey (December 20, 1867)

    x. From Henry C. Casey (December 20, 1867)

    2. Speeches in the House of Representatives (1868-69)

    a. Speech of James Garfield (May 15, 1868)

    b. Speech on Public credit and the gold contract (February 22, 1869) (10 copies)

    3. Papers from the General Assembly of Ohio (1866-68, and undated)

    a. List of Senators and Representatives

    b. H.J.R. No. 17 concerning railroads and public transportation

    c. Members of the General Assembly of Ohio (1866-1867)

    d. Copy of Ohio's agreement to amend the Constitution (January 1868)

    4. Schenck's Dealings with Assessors and Collectors of Internal Revenue (1868, and undated)

    a. To Charles Abel from Samuel J. Randall

    b. To J.W. Patterson from Commander Rollins (February 2, 1868)

    c. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury (February 14, 1868)

    d. List of Assessors (April 5, 1868)

    e. Brief in the case of W.O. Collins (May 5, 1868)

    f. Statement concerning William O. Collins (May 26, 1868)

    g. Statement concerning Samuel M. Zulick

    5. Compensation to Assessors and Collectors (n.d.)

    a. Compensation Law as present and proposed

    b. Notes on the Reorganization of Department

    6. Taxation (1868, and undated)

    a. E.B, Ward's remarks to the Manufacturers' Association on the reduction of taxes

    b. Republican platform on taxes

    c. Ways and Means Committee Resolution on taxes (January 1868)

    d. Manufacturers' Policy

    e. Directions to General Dodge's house

    f. Licenses on Distilled Spirits and Revenue from them

    g. Notes on "special taxes"

    h. "Tobacco" (newspaper clipping)

    i. Notes on Tobacco

    7. Taxes on Distilled Spirits (n.d.)

    a. Reply to objections to reduction of Spirit Tax

    b. Taxes based on profession

    c. Estimated production of Distilled Spirists in the United States

    d. Sketch of stamp for distilled spirits

    e. Notes on distilled spirits

    8. Resources and Expenditures (1866-68, and undated)

    a. From E.M. Stanton

    b. Expenditures of the War Department (July 1867-April 1868)

    c. Statement of the present and prospective spending of the War Department

    d. List of expenditures

    e. Summary of Monthly Collections in the United States (November 1866- April 1867)

    f. Summary of Monthly Collections in the United States (November 1867-April 1868)

    g. Summary of Monthly Collections in the United States (November 1867- March 1868)

    9. Internal Revenue Officers on Duty (May 26, 1868)

    10. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (January 1868)

    a. From John Coon (January 2, 1868)

    b. From Robert Anderson (January 9, 1868)

    c. From Curtiss Orwell (January 1868)

    d. H.R. 374 "to establish a system of schools for the District of Columbia, which shall serve as a model for similiar institutions" by Thaddeus Stevens (January 10, 1868)

    e. From J. S. Harris (January 14, 1868)

    f. From James Longstroth (January 14, 1868)

    g. Article concerning Robert Toombs and Governor Bullock (newspaper clipping)

    h. Pamphlet, "The True Greenback: The Way to Pay the National Debt Without Taxes and Emancipate Labor" by A. Campbell (1868)

    i. From Alex Rice (January 17, 1868)

    j. From Governor R.B. Hayes (January 1868)

    k. From Henry C. Casey (January 17, 1868)

    11. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (February- March 1868)

    a. H.R. 714, Bill "to regulate the duties on lumber, timber, wood and manufactures of wood" by Mr. Churchill (February 10, 1868)

    b. H.R. 203, Bill "for reducing the expens of the War Department" (February 14, 1868)

    c. From Osea Bullins (February 22, 1868)

    d. List of registered and reconstructed states (February 14, 1868)

    e. From Commodore Powell (February 22, 1868)

    f. From Robert W. Steele (February 28, 1868)

    g. From J. C. Williamson (February 28, 1868)

    h. Wedding invitation from the Duke and Duchess of Monasterace (February 1868)

    i. From "Bond" (March 2, 1868)

    j. From Secretary of the Treasury W. McCullough (March 4, 1868)

    k. From Frank E. Taylor (March 13, 1868)

    l. Unsigned (March 16, 1868)

    m. S. 448, Bill "to refund duties erroneously exacted in certain cases" (March 18, 1868)

    n. From Donn [Piatt] (March 18, 1868)

    o. H.R. 900 Bill "to exempt certain manufactures from internal tax" (March 24, 1868)

    p. H.R. 940 Bill to "equalize the bounties of soldiers, sailors and marined who served in the" Civil War, by H.D. Washburn (March 20, 1868)

    q. From Ralph Plumb (March 30, 1868)

    12. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (April-June 1868)

    a. From Governor R.B. Hayes (April 20, 1868)

    b. From R.F. Irvine (April 30, 1868)

    c. Marriage announcement of Nina Christine Haight and Justinien Capece Comacelli (May 1, 1868)

    d. Monthly Circular of Henry Clews and Company (May 8, 1868)

    e. From Samuel Deckert (May 11, 1868)

    f. To the R. Islam "Dispatch" (May 12, 1868)

    g. Speech of James A. Garfield (May 15, 1868)

    h. To Horace Capron from D. McWilliams (May 28, 1868)

    i. From William Hechman (May 28, 1868)

    j. Telegram concerning the whiskey tax, from John Griffin, Beckett, McFarland, Falconer, Milliker, Eggney and others (May 30, 1868)

    k. From W.C. McFarland (May 30, 1868)

    l. "Internal Tax" Speech (June 1, 1868)

    m. From Horace Capron of the Department of Agriculture (June 2, 1868)

    n. List of Congressmen and their votes (June 3, 1868)

    o. From A. Wilkerson (June 5, 1868)

    p. From Joseph Clegg of Clegg and Wood, Manufacturers of Linseed Oil (June 8, 1868)

    q. From J.A. Emmons (June 8, 1868)

    r. From L.R. Thatcher (June 8, 1868)

    s. From James Williams (June 11, 1868)

    t. From Henry C. Casey (June 11, 1868)

    u. From H.C. Casey (June 11, 1868)

    v. Memorial of P.P. Pitchlynn, Choctaw Delegate (June 11, 1868)

    w. Supplemental Memorial of P.P. Pitchlynn, Choctaw Delegate (June 13, 1868)

    x. From J.S. and D.S. Riker (June 13, 1868)

    y. List of Congressmen and their votes (June 3, 1868)

    z. To Oaker Ames from Levi Jones (June 19, 1868)

    aa. From Levi Jones (June 20, 1868)

    bb. From Levi Jones (June 20, 1868)

    cc. From William L. Marshall (June 26, 1868)

    13. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (July 1868)

    a. H.R. 1349 Bill "to increase the revenue from duties on imports, and tending to equalize exports and imports" (July 1, 1868)

    b. From John Tracey (July 2, 1868)

    c. H.R. 1351 Bill "to provide for the erection of not more than two additional States out of the territory of the State of Texas" by Mr. Stevens (July 2, 1868)

    d. From Secretary of War J.M. Scofield (July 4, 1868)

    e. From J. Scott (July 5, 1868)

    f. H.R. 1195, Bill "to carry into effect certain treaty stipulations with the Choctaw nation or tribe of Indians" (July 6, 1868)

    g. Treaty with the Choctaw Indians (July 6, 1868)

    h. H.R. 1377 A Bill "to reduce and fix the military establishment" (July 9, 1868)

    i. H.R. 1378 A Bill "to declare the meaning of the several acts in relation to retired officers of the army" (July 9, 1868)

    j. S. 207 "An Act for Funding the National Debt" (July 18, 1868)

    k. H.R. 1377 A Bill "to reduce and fix the military peace establishment" (July 9, 1868)

    l. Report in the Senate of the United States (July 10, 1868)

    m. S. 207 An Act "for funding the national debt and for the conversion of notes of the United States" (July 15, 1868)

    n. From H.S. Bundy (July 20, 1868)

    o. From George R. Sage (July 24, 1868)

    p. S. 570 A Bill "for a grant of land, granting the right of way over the public lands to the Denver Pacific Railway and Telegraph Company, and for other purposes" (July 25, 1868)

    q. From H.R. Keller (July 25, 1868)

    r. Notice of Congress' recess (July 26, 1868)

    14. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (August 1868)

    a. From John Coburn, R.S. Foster, O.P. Norton, A.H. Conner and N. Truslo (August 5, 1868)

    b. From Robert Foos and the office of the Sate Union Republican Committee (August 7, 1868)

    c. From William E. Chandler of the Union Republican (August 7, 1868)

    d. From Thomas L. Tullock of the Union Republican Congressional Executive Committee (August 8, 1868)

    e. From Benjamin Butterworth (August 8, 1868)

    f. From H.B. Banning (August 10, 1868)

    g. From Anthony Higgins (August 11, 1868)

    h. Invitation from the Fairfield Township Grant Club, W.S. Patterson, Levi Smith and H.W. Raybund, Committee (August 11, 1868)

    i. From A.R. Keller (August 11, 1868)

    j. From A.H. Comer of the Union Republican State Central Committee (August 12, 1868)

    k. From W. Magoffin (August 15, 1868)

    l. From R. Hill (August 17, 1868)

    m. From H.A. Barnum of the New York Grant and Colfax Boys in Blue (August 17, 1868)

    n. From J.A. Alexander (August 18, 1868)

    o. From H.C. Carhart (August 19, 1868)

    p. From R. Butterworth (August 20, 1868)

    q. From Rodney Foos (August 22, 1868)

    r. From Rodney Foos (August 28, 1868)

    s. From C.F. Brooke, President of the Preble County Union Republican Committee (August 24, 1868)

    t. From W.W. Locke (August 24, 1868)

    u. From Benjamin F. Butler to W. Jones, concerning nomination of General Grant (August 25, 1867)

    v. From Sample and Atherton, Attorneys fro R. Ward (August 25, 1868)

    w. From Z.K. Panglorn (August 27, 1868)

    x. From William W. Wilson (August 28, 1868)

    y. From John McLellan (August 28, 1868)

    z. From Benjamin Butterworth, Attorney (August 28, 1868)

    aa. To the Printers Grant and Colfax Club from J.H. Caldwell (August 28, 1868)

    bb. From William C. Clafflin (August 28, 1868)

    cc. From William Beckett (August 29, 1868)

    dd. From John McLellan (August 29, 1868)

    ee. From John P. Jones (August 29, 1868)

    ff. From T. Kriegar (?) (August 31, 1868)

    gg. "Specimen of Democratic Kindness" (newspaper clipping) (August 29, 1868)

    hh. From Edgar Oakley (August 31, 1868)

    15. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (September 1- 15, 1868)

    a. From V.E. Smalley of the Mahoning Register (September 1, 1868)

    b. From William W. Wilson (September 1, 1868)

    c. From Simeon Corley (September 1, 1868)

    d. From S.S. Haines, J.W. Keys and S. Baily (September 2, 1868)

    e. From T.R. Thatcher (September 2, 1868)

    f. From A.B. Buttles of the State Union Republican Committee (September 3, 1868)

    g. From E.D. Mansfield (September 3, 1868)

    h. From C.C. Bliss (September 4, 1868)

    i. "Ohio Politics: Congressional Nominations- Some of the Republican Candidates- General View of the Situation" in New York Times (newspaper clipping) (September 5, 1868)

    j. From James Terwillinger, Secretary of Grant and Colfax Presidential Campaign (September 5, 1868)

    k. From H. Jenkins (September 5, 1868)

    l. From Jacob R. Davis (September 5, 1868)

    m. From J.J. Parker, Attorney at Law and Register in Bankruptcy (September 7, 1868)

    n. From Felix Marsh (September 7, 1868)

    o. From T. Ewing (September 7, 1868)

    p. From George W. Smith (September 8, 1868)

    q. From J.W. Forney and Samuel Perkins for the Union League (August 8, 1868)

    r. From R.M. Shoemaker (September 8, 1868)

    s. From John A. Griswold (September 8, 1868)

    t. From A.L. Saunders (September 8, 1868)

    u. From E.O. Morgan (September 9, 1868)

    v. From Wiliam Warner of the State Union Republican Committee (September 10, 1868)

    w. From A.C. Deuel (September 10, 1868)

    x. From S.C. Boynton (September 11, 1868)

    y. From R.D. Harrison, E.L. Taylor and Frank Carr (September 11, 1868)

    z. From John W. Forney (September 12, 1868)

    aa. From G. W. Scriver of Printers' Grant and Colfax Club (September 12, 1868)

    bb. From J. A. Garfield (September 14, 1868)

    cc. From General Sherman (September 14, 1868)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1866-71; Box 4.3 Files: [Correspondence of Robert Schenck unless otherwise noted]

    1. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (September 16-30, 1868)

    a. From Amasa Cobb (September 15, 1868)

    b. From Charles C. Fulton, Chairman of the Republican Committee (September 16, 1868)

    c. From John Lynch (September 16, 1868)

    d. From John A. Peters (September 16, 1868)

    e. From John A. Griswold (September 17, 1868)

    f. From O.P. Morton (September 17, 1868)

    g. From Alex Ramsey (September 17, 1868)

    h. From James Harris (September 17, 1868)

    i. From O.P. Morton (September 17, 1868)

    j. From John Coburn (September 17, 1868)

    k. From C.N. Templer (September 17, 1868)

    l. From Virgil Hillyer (September 19, 1868)

    m. From David Barnett (September 19, 1868)

    n. To E.L. Morgan, Senator, and Schenck from N.M. Turner (September 19, 1868)

    o. From John F. Kramer (September 23, 1868)

    p. From Joseph McGray (September 23, 1868)

    q. From E.M. Mulford (September 23, 1868)

    r. From James L. Langstroth (September 23, 1864)

    s. From Wiliam Lawrence (September 24, 1868)

    t. From G.V. Dorsey (September 25, 1868)

    u. From George S. Roswell (September 25, 1868)

    v. From Joseph McGray (September 26, 1868)

    w. From Felix Marsh (September 29, 1868)

    2. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (October- December 1868)

    a. From William E. Chandler (October 1, 1868)

    b. From William E. Chandler (October 3, 1868)

    c. From R.M. Corwine (October 7, 1868)

    d. From Rodney Foos, Secretary of the State Union Republican Committee (October 8, 1868)

    e. From W.E. Chandler (October 9, 1868)

    f. To John Mills from Israel Williams (October 12, 1868)

    g. From J. Scott (October 12, 1868)

    h. From A.L. Saunders (October 13, 1868)

    i. From Felix M. Marsh (October 13, 1868)

    j. To John Mills from J. Zimmer (October 13, 1868)

    k. From W.E. Chandler (October 13, 1868)

    l. From W.H.P. Denny (October 14, 1868)

    m. From F.T. Tooten (?) (October 14, 1868)

    n. From William O. Wilson (October 14, 1868)

    o. From N.W. Goodhue (October 14, 1868)

    p. From Private James Birch at the National Asylum for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers (October 14, 1868)

    q. From E.W. Morgan (October 15, 1868)

    r. From W.S. Gibson (October 29, 1868)

    s. From Donn [Piatt] (November 13, 1868)

    t. From Schuyler Colfax (November 14, 1868)

    u. From Theodorus Bailey (November 15, 1868)

    v. From N.H. Emory (December 5, 1868)

    w. From E.A. Parrott (December 6, 1868)

    x. From Jonathon Ogden (December 12, 1868)

    y. From A. Campbell (December 14, 1868)

    z. From V.B. Deuslow (December 15, 1868)

    aa. Monthly Circular of the Banking House of Henry Clews & Company (December 15, 1868)

    bb. From Robert Patterson of the Fidelity Insurance, Trust and Safe Deposit Company (December 17, 1868)

    cc. Certificate of Schenck's Election to Congress in October 1868 (December 18, 1868)

    dd. To Congressman Moorhead from Moses W. Field (December 19, 1868)

    ee. "Resumption of Specie Payments: Senator Morton's Resumption- One Phase of It" by "Omega" (newspaper clipping) (December 25, 1868)

    ff. To Senator Howe from George W. Allen (December 31, 1868)

    gg. Expense report of Reverdy Johnson, United States Minister at London (October 1, 1868- December 31, 1868)

    3. Private Navy Correspondence (1868)

    a. To Jenkins from M. Evans (January 18, 1868)

    b. From A. Ludlow Case (March 7, 1868)

    c. To A. Jenkins from Charles H. Bill (July 28, 1868)

    d. To Thornton A. Jenkins from A. Shipson (January 28, 1868)

    e. To Commodore Jenkins from George Clymen (January 30, 1868)

    f. To Commodore Jenkins from John Rodgers (January 30, 1868)

    g. To Jenkins from James F. Schenck (January 31, 1868)

    h. To Jenkins from Benjamin Gerardi (?) (February 3, 1868)

    i. From Thornton Jenkins (February 4, 1868)

    j. From Joshua R. Sands (February 8, 1868)

    k. From J.M. Montgomery to Commodore Jenkins (February 15, 1868)

    4. "Direct and Indirect Trade of the Mediterranean Basin" (1868)

    5. Letters and Papers Regarding the National Debt (1868-1869)

    a. From C.H. Derby (January 23, 1869)

    b. "Foreign Loans" (article) (undated)

    c. Statement of the cotton and sugar crops (1860-1868)

    d. Listing of accounts (undated)

    e. Notes on the national debt

    f. From D.A. Wells (September 4, 1869)

    6. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (January 1869)

    a. From John U. Kreidler and the office of the Dayton Mayor's Office (1869)

    b. Statement of Gold Values (1862-1869)

    c. Statement of Debt (January 1, 1869)

    d. From Gordon McKay (January 6, 1869)

    e. Statement of account of F. P. Stanton with Lockwood and Co. (January 9, 1869)

    f. Text of A Bill to strengthen the public credit and relating to contracts for the payment of coin (January 19, 1869)

    g. A Bill relating to the operations of the pension laws, and for other purposes (January 19, 1869)

    h. From disabled veterans J.C. Daugherty, W.H. Korhus, Y.E. Dake (January 20, 1869)

    i. Senate Act 570, for a frant of land, granting the right of way over the public lands to the Denver Pacific Railway and Telegraph Company, and for other purposes (January 19, 1869)

    j. Proposed amendment to Senate Bill 570 (January 20, 1869)

    k. From John Cosgrover at the National Military Asylum (January 30, 1869)

    l. From Mary Hopperton (January 31, 1869)

    7. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (February-June 1869)

    a. From Charles Lanman (February 1, 1869)

    b. From Wells and the Office of the Norwich and New York Transportation Company, Norwhich, Connecticut (February 18, 1869)

    c. Amendment to Senate 735, that it shall be unlawful to kill any fur seal upon the islands of Saint Paul's and Saint George (February 5, 1869)

    d. To Charles Lanman (February 10, 1869)

    e. From Charles Lanman (February 13, 1869)

    f. Report of the Joint Committee on Ordnance (February 15, 1869)

    g. Committee appointed by the Soldiers' and Sailors' Union, consisting of W.A. Short, William S. Morse and J.C. Daugherty (February 20, 1869)

    h. Speech, "Public Credit- Gold Contracts" by Schenck (February 22, 1869) (2 copies)

    i. From Edward D. Mansfield (March 3, 1869)

    j. From Stanley Matthews, Attorney at Law (March 6, 1869)

    k. From G. Frederick Meyers (March 9, 1869)

    l. A Bill "to reorganize the navy of the United States" (March 6, 1869)

    m. From Horace Greeley of the New York Tribune (March 10, 1869)

    n. From John P. Kennedy, introducing Major A.M. Hancock, Malaga Consulat (March 13, 1869)

    o. "The Blunders of the Rebellion and their Dead-Sea Fruit, in Six Numbers" by T. Worthington (March 18, 1869)

    m. A Bill "to establish the office of Solicitoe and Naval Judge Advocate General" (April 1, 1869)

    p. From W.Y. Selleck of the office of Jay Cooke and Co., General Southern Agents of the National Life Insurance Company (April 5, 1869)

    q. Resolution of the House Ways and Means Committee Authorizing Schenck to collect information re. assessment and collection of customs duties during his upcoming visit to Europe (April 6, 1869)

    r. Resolution of the Union Republican Congressional Executive Committee (April 9, 1869)

    s. From Max W. [Woodhull] and the office of the Southern Land Agency (April 25, 1869)

    t. From the office of the Southern Land Agency (May 14, 1869)

    u. From Max Woodhull of the Southern Land Agency (May 19, 1869)

    v. From the Southern Land Agency (May 19, 1869)

    w. From Max Woodhull of the Southern Land Agency (May 19, 1869)

    x. Promisary note for Jason Cooker (May 24, 1869)

    y. Certificate from U.S. State Department requesting foreign governments to grant Schenck privileges in accord with his station while he is visiting their countries (March 24, 1869)

    z. To President U.S. Grant (copy) (May 24, 1869)

    aa. From Hooper (June 6, 1869)

    bb. From Hooper (June 8, 1869)

    cc. From Hooper (June 13, 1869)

    8. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (July-December 1869)

    a. "A plan for resuming specie payments on and before July 1, 1869, without prejudice to any class or interest, and with absolute justice to all" (May 1, 1869)

    b. From J.S. Dennison (July 4, 1869)

    c. From Mr. Bates (AUgust 7, 1869)

    d. From J. Dills (August 22, 1869)

    e. From Perry Davis and Son, Manufactureers and Proprietors of Vegetable Pain Killer

    f. From J.C. Nemark and the office of Memphis El Paso and Pacific Railroad Co. (October 4, 1869)

    g. From Benjamin Moran (October 30, 1869)

    h. Memorandum by the Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means (October 21, 1869)

    i. From William Lipsigural (?) (November 8, 1869)

    j. From M.J. Simms (December 3, 1869)

    k. From Max Woodhull and the Office of Chesebrough and Company, Manufacturers of Lubricating Oils (December 4, 1869)

    l. Unsigned (December 5, 1869)

    m. From Max Woodhull (December 8, 1869)

    n. From Max Woodhull (December 9, 1869)

    o. From William H. Wiegel (December 12, 1869)

    p. From Max Woodhull (December 13, 1869)

    q. To William H. Wiegel (December 15, 1869)

    r. From Max Woodhull (December 16, 1869)

    s. From William H. Wiegel (DEcember 16, 1869)

    t. From Z.F. Wilber and the office of the New York Life Insurance Company (December 17, 1869)

    u. From B. Butterworth of Hollister, Butterworth and Alexander, Attorneys at Law (December 23, 1869)

    v. From Max Woodhull (December 20, 1869)

    w. From W.B. Pease (December 27, 1869)

    x. From B. Butterworth of Hollister, Butterworth and Alexander, Attorneys at Law (December 27, 1869)

    y. From B. Butterworth of Hollister, Butterworth and Alexander, Attorneys at Law (December 29, 1869)

    z. From W. Mills (Sunday Evening, 1869)

    9. Papers dealing with Army Postwar Organization Problems (186-)

    a. From O.C. Hall (August 31, ?)

    b. Staff Corps of the Army as organized before the War, As now organized, As organized by the House BIll 361, for the present, and as organized by the House Bill 361, for the future (undated)

    c. Confidential letters from General Milroy

    d. Tabular Statement of the Organization of the Army as Proposed by the House Bill 361 (undated) (4 copies)

    e. List of Senators and Representatives of the Fifty-sixth General Assembly of Ohio

    f. Names of Speakers and organizers employed or aided by the Union Republican Congressional Committee (undated)

    g. Report on the matter of E.N. Carr and Samuel White, by H.Z. Hayrum

    h. Charges and Specification against the Lieutenant William E. Morris

    i. Resolution passed by the National Guard of Washington County, Maryland, from John E. McComos, President and B.F. Kendall, Secretary

    j. Pamphlet, "The complicity of Democracy with Treason: Its Record for Ohio"

    k. Amendment to Senate Bill 994 (July 27, 1876)

    l. Pamphlet, "The Union Pacific Railway, Eastern Division: Economy to the Government" (1868) (2 copies)

    10. General Butler vs. General Schenck in the Claim of Norman Wiard (steel guns for the Army) (1869)

    a. To General Butler (November 24, 1869)

    b. From Benjamin Butler (November 29, 1869)

    c. To B.F. Butler from "One of your Constituents"

    d. The Claim of Norman Ward, Reported from the Joint Committee on Ordnance"

    e. Unsigned (1870)

    f. From B.F. French (April 5, 1869)

    g. From Norman Ward (April 6, 1869)

    11. Drafts for House Bill Resolutions (undated, probably 1860s)

    a. An Act to secure the title of the United States to lands in rebellious States

    b. A Bill to provide for the purchase of a site for a Cavalry Depot

    c. A Bill to authroize the refunding and consolidating of the national debt, and for other purposes (June 6, 1870)

    d. A Bill making an appropriation for Bounties

    e. A Bill to authorize the Secretary of War to reserve captured cotton for the use of the Army

    f. Proposed alterations of House Bill Number 2486

    g. Impartial Suffrage

    h. Resolution authorizing the Committee of Ordnance

    i. Joint Resolution concerning Navy appropriation

    12. Congressional Papers (printed) (1865-1871)

    a. Bill concerning the Importers, Merchants and Dealers in Sugar (undated)

    b. H.R. 678, Amendment to a bill to regulate the enrolling and calling out of the national forces (February 28, 1865)

    c. H.R. 836, A Bill to equalize the bounties of soldiers, sailors and marines, who served in the late war for the Union (December 3, 1866) (2 copies)

    d. H.R. 215, A Bill to fix the time for the election of representatives and delegates in the Congress (December 5, 1867)

    e. Joint Resolution for the the prosecution of frauds upon the internal revenue

    f. H.R. 369, An Act to prevent frauds in the collection of the tax on distilled spirits (January 7, 1868)

    g. Letter from the Union Republican Congressional Executive Committee (January 29, 1868)

    h. S. 398, A Bill to establish the right of way of the Portage lake and Lake Superior ship canal (February 28, 1868)

    i. To the Ways and Means Committee from henry Martin, President of the Baltimore Copper Committee (June 15, 1868)

    j. H.R. 1471, A Bill to further regulate brevets in the army (December 7, 1868) (3 copies)

    k. H.R. 1682, A Bill relating to the operations of the pension 1869 laws amdn for other purposes (January 19, 1869)

    l. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior (February 4, 1869)

    m. An Easy Way to Pay the Public Debt and Secure the Speedy Resumption of Specie Payments by Schenck

    n. Draft of an Act to provide for the final extinguishment of the National Debt of the United States, and to facilitate the business of banking

    o. Copy of a note from the United States of America from L.E. Chittenden, Register of the Treasury (1869)

    p. Article on General John B. Rodgers of Tennessee by George Edgar Grisham (1869)

    q. To John A. Bingham, Chairman of the Judiciary Committe, from W.B. Chaffee (February 18, 1870)

    r. Amendment to S. 447, concerning the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway Company (February 25, 1870)

    s. S. 597, A Bill to authorize the city of Washington to endorse the bonds of the Southern Maryland Railroad Company (February 28, 1870)

    t. S. 380, An Act to authorize the refunding and consolidation of the national debt (March 15, 1870)

    u. S. 1155, A Bill to incorporate the American Loan and Trust Company (December 21, 1870)

    v. A Bill to provide for the apportionment of Representatives among the several States (1871)

    13. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (January-March 1870)

    a. Notes re. Bill to refund money for tonnage duties "illegally emacted" (1870?)

    b. Pamphlet on the Legal Status of the Officers and Inmates of the National Asylum for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, located in Montgomery County, Ohio (1870)

    c. From K. Baynes (January 1, 1870)

    d. Article, R.C. Schenck's Debt and Taxation Record (undated)

    e. From W.F. Conley (January 4, 1870)

    f. From Julian Neville (January 8, 1870)

    g. From C.A. Lambard and the office of F.D. Cobb (January 12, 1870)

    h. From Caspur Schenck (January 24, 1870)

    i. From Caspur Schenck (January 25, 1870)

    j. From A.H. Mecklin (February 1, 1870)

    k. Statement of the Public Debt of the United States (February 1, 1870)

    l. From Daniel Alder (February 19, 1870)

    m. Financial note (February 20, 1871)

    n. From Willard Langdon and the Office of the United States Internal Revenue Service of Ohio (February 28, 1870)

    o. From Max Woodhull (March 3, 1870)

    p. From P.L. Parrod (March 4, 1870)

    q. From George W. Wood (March 19, 1870)

    r. From A.H. Mechlin (March 23, 1870)

    s. Receipt from the office of Jay Cooke and Company (March 29, 1870)

    t. List of taxes paid by national banks (March 30, 1870)

    u. Expenses of Z.L. Motley (January-March 31, 1870)

    14. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (April-June 1870)

    a. From William Brackbank (April 8, 1870)

    b. From A.J. Enringer of the Board of the Board of Education of Miamisburg Union School (April 15, 1870)

    c. From G.B. Stebbins (May 5, 1870)

    d. From Jay Cooke and Co. (June 6, 1870)

    e. From Charles F. Schmidt (June 24, 1870)

    f. List of senators and representatives (undated)

    g. Working copy of H.R. 1068, to amend laws relating to the duty on imports (1870)

    h. Bill from Jay Cooke and Company, Bankers and Financial Agents of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company

    i. Article, Judge McKemy's Decision reversed (newspaper clipping) (June 8, 1870)

    j. From R.B. Hayes (June 13, 1870)

    k. From Lewis B. Gunckel (June 14, 1870)

    15. Official and Professional Correspondence (July-December 1870)

    a. Bill from Jay Cooke and Company (July 11, 1870)

    b. Notes concerning the Northen Pacific Railroad (undated)

    c. Bond Statement from Jay Cooke and Company (August 2, 1870)

    d. Collateral statement (August 11, 1870)

    e. From Jay Cooke and Company (August 11, 1870)

    f. Promissary note from Jay Cooke and Company (August 11, 1870)

    g. Receipt from Jay Cooke and Company (August 12, 1870)

    h. From John A. Logan (August 20, 1870)

    i. From Jay Cooke and Company (August 22, 1870)

    j. From Jay Cooke and Company (September 26, 1870)

    k. Receipt from Jay Cooke and Company (September 28, 1870)

    l. From George W. Thompson (October 5, 1870)

    m. Official Vote of Montgomery County (October 11, 1870) (newspaper clipping)

    n. From William Belknap and the office of the War Department (October 14, 1870)

    o. From G.D. Hendricks (October 20, 1870)

    p. From Max Woodhull (October 30, 1870)

    q. From Max Woodhull (October 31, 1870)

    r. Receipt from Jay Cooke and Company) (November 4, 1870)

    s. Draft of letter to the Central Republican Central Committee of the County of Montgomery (November 4, 1870)

    t. From Disabled Volunteer Soldiers residing at the National Military Asylum (November 5, 1870)

    u. From Gregory Smith (November 9, 1870)

    v. From John A. Logan (November 9, 1870)

    w. From Gregory Smith (November 28, 1870)

    x. From Jay Cooke (December 3, 1870)

    y. Receipt from Jay Cooke and Company (December 7, 1870)

    z. From John G. Lime (December 12, 1870)

    aa. From S. Craighead (December 12, 1870)

    bb. From William A. Wheeler (December 13, 1870)

    cc. From Lewis C. Earwin (?) (December 13, 1870)

    dd. From R.W.S. Howes of Howes and Macy, Bankers (December 14, 1870)

    ee. From S. Newton Pettis (December 14, 1870)

    ff. Receipt from Jay Cooke and Company (December 15, 1870)

    gg. From Edward Pierrepont (December 16, 1870)

    hh. To Governor R.B. Hayes (December 16, 1870) (copy)

    ii. From R.B. Hayes (December 16, 1870) (copy)

    jj. To Governor R.B. Hayes (December 17, 1870) (copy)

    kk. From J. Holt (December 17, 1870)

    ll. To Governor Rutherford B. Hayes (December 18, 1870) (copy)

    mm. From John L. Young (December 18, 1870)

    nn. From W.H. Cheeseborough (December 19, 1870)

    oo. From WIlliam Bisswell (?) (December 19, 1870)

    pp. From R.B. Hayes (December 21, 1870)

    qq. From J. Brooks (December 22, 1870)

    rr. From Nathan Appleton (December 24, 1870)

    ss. From Benjamin Moran (December 18, 1870)

    tt. From J.W. Hooper (December 24, 1870)

    uu. From George Walden (December 24, 1870)

    vv. Inivtation from the citizens of Philadelphia (December 24, 1870)

    ww. From Alexander Hamilton (December 25, 1870)

    xx. From John M. Millekin (December 26, 1870)

    yy. From M.D. Ross (December 28, 1870)

    zz. To Secretary of State Hamilton Fish (December 26, 1870)

    aaa. Notes concerning Jay Cooke and Company (December 27, 1870)

    bbb. Receipt from Jay Cooke and Company (December 27, 1870)

    ccc. From Peter F. Bailey (December 28, 1870)

    ddd. To Governor R.B. Hayes (December 29, 1870)

    eee. From B.R. Cowen and the office of the United States Internal Revenue (December 29, 1870)

    fff. From J.A. Jordon (December 31, 1870)

    16. Treatment of J. W. Smith at West Point (1870)

    a. To General B.F. Butler from David Clark (July 13, 1870)

    b. From William W. Bishop (July 25, 1870)

    c. From L. Shriver and the office of the War Department (July 28, 1870)

    d. Proceedings of the Court of Inquiry, by J.H. Wilson (1870)

    17. Papers Concerning William Webster-New Zealand Claim Against New England; U.S. and Mexico Claims Commissions (1861-71)

    a. Statement by William Webster made in January 1859

    b. Opinion of Honorable J.W. Edmonds given in 1861

    c. To the President of the United States from Wiliam Webster (September 8, 1870)

    d. Report of the United States and Mexican Claims Commission by Francis Lieber (February 23, 1871)

    e. Report of the United States and Mexican Claims Commission by Francis Lieber (February 25, 1871)

    f. Report of the United States and Mexican Claims Commission by Francis Lieber (February 28, 1871)

    g. From William Webster (April 26, 1871)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1871-77; Box 5.1 Files: [Correspondence is to or from Schenck except where noted]

    1. Correspondence and Materials While Ambassador to Great Britain (January 1871)

    a. "The Washington Treaty in Canada (1871)[news clip]

    b. "The Treaty Before the Senate (1871) [news clip]

    c. From R. B. Hayes, Governor of Ohio (January 1, 1871)

    d. From John Rvach (January 4, 1871)

    e. To R. B. Hayes, Governor of Ohio (January 4, 1871)[typescript]

    f. From R. B. Hayes, Governor of Ohio (January 8, 1871) [typescript]

    g. To James G. Blaine, Speaker of the House of Representatives (January 4, 1871)

    h. From Hooper [?], House Ways and Means Committee Chairman (January 5, 1871)

    i. From J. G. Foster (January 6, 1871)

    j. From James [?] ([1871])

    k. Dinner invitation from Ways and Means Committee (January 7, 1871)

    l. From R. B. Hayes, Governor of Ohio (January 8, 1871 [?])

    m. From George S. Boutwell, Secretary of the Treasury (January 10, 1871)

    n. Dinner invitation from the Union League Club (January 11, 1871)

    o. From John Rose (January 13, 1871)

    p. From Fahnerlock [?] (January 13, 1871)

    q. From John T. Laycock (January 14, 1871)

    r. From W. B. Duncan (January 15, 1871?)

    s. From S. M. Bonaparte (January 15, 1871)

    t. From C. M. Mirand [?] (January 17, 1871)

    u. From H. C. Fahnerlock (January 17, 1871)

    v. From H. C. Fahnerlock (January 18, 1871)

    w. From C. W. Field (January 18, 1871)

    x. From George W. Thompson (January 20, 1871)

    y. From S. M. Bonaparte (January 21, 1871)

    z. From G. W. Mirub [?], Office of the Board of Commissioners of Pilots (January 23, 1871)

    aa. From A. G. Curtin (January 23, 1871)

    bb. From Robert W. Steele (January 24, 1871)

    cc. From F. A. Conkling (January 31, 1871)

    dd. From Anne L. Botha (January 31, 1871)

    ee. From Anne L. Botha (January 31, 1871)

    ff. From L. B. Hunt (January 31, 1871)

    gg. From John Frarey, Jr. [?] (January 31, 1871)

    2. Correspondence and Materials While Ambassador to Great Britain (February-March 1871)

    a. Statement by Schenck to Queen Victoria when giving his letter of accreditation as U. S. Minister to Great Britain

    b. From John Tracey, Jr. (February 1, 1871)

    c. From Julia V. Van Arsdale (February 3, 1871)

    d. From Union League Club members (February 3, 1871)

    e. From Charles K. Tuckerman (February 3, 1871)

    f. From E. B. Washburn (February 3, 1871)

    g. From Alex M. Cumming (February 3, 1871)

    h. From John Tracey, Jr. (February 9, 1871)

    i. From Jay Cooke (February 10, 1871)

    j. From [?], Paris (February 10, 1871)

    k. Memorial from Dayton Club (February 11, 1871)

    l. From Jay Cooke (February 20, 1871)

    m. From C. Brasiley [?] (February 22, 1871)

    n. From J. C. B. Davis (February 24, 1871)

    o. From R. S. Leowin [?], Dayton (March 1, 1871)

    p. From John A. Griswold (March 7, 1871)

    q. From John Tracey, Jr. (March 11, 1871)

    r. From John N. Pomery (March 15, 1871)

    s. From Benjamin Pierce (March 18, 1871)

    t. From Edward Kent to J. A. Peters (March 24, 1871) [printed copy]

    u. From Jay Cooke and Co. (March 28, 1871)

    v. From J. C. B. Davis (March 29, 1871)

    3. Correspondence and Materials While Ambassador to Great Britain (April-June 1871)

    a. From J. C. B. Davis (April 1, 1871)

    b. From De Guy [?] (April 1, 1871)

    c. From Jay Cooke and Co. (April 8, 1871)

    d. From Whitelaw Reid [with letter from Roger W. Sherman to Reid](April 12, 1871)

    e. From Jay Cooke and Co. (May 3, 1871)

    f. From E. T. Phelps (May 4, 1871)

    g. Envelope containing treaty ribbons (May 8, 1871)

    h. From De Guy [?] (May 8, 1871)

    i. From Stafford Northcote (May 11, 1871)

    j. From Cyrus W. Field (May 11, 1871)

    k. From E. R. House (May 13, 1871)

    l. Passport for Schenck and his suite (May 19, 1871)

    m. "Amendment Intended to be proposed by Mr. Summer to the treaty between the United States and Great Britain for the settlement of pending questions between the two countries, . . . "(May 22, 1871)

    n. From De Guy (June 18, 1871)

    o. Portrait advertisement (June 19, 1871)

    p. From T. H. Hooper (June 28, 1871)

    4. Correspondence and Materials While Ambassador to Great Britain (July-September 1871)

    a. "The Libson Steam Tramways Company, Limited. Issue of 20,000 Shares." (July 7, 1871)

    b. [?], Her Majesty's Master of Ceremonies (July 1, 1871)

    c. From [?] (July 27,1871)

    d. Correspondence Between Her Majesty's Government and the Committee of Cotton Loan Bondholders, Relative to Articles 12 to 17 of the Treaty of Washington (August 1871?)

    e. From J. G. Blaine (August 5, 1871)

    f. From Teutenden [?] (August 7, 1871)

    g. Passport for Schenck and his suite (August 9, 1871)

    h. From J. C. B. Davis (August 11, 1871)

    i. From Nicholas Fish (September 26, 1871)

    5. Correspondence and Materials While Ambassador to Great Britain (October-December 1871)

    a. Death announcement (October 4, 1871)

    b. From J. C. B. Davis (October 19, 1871)

    c. From J. C. B. Davis (October 24, 1871)

    d. From Sarah McPherson (October 24, 1871)

    e. From Abelard Guthrie (October 25, 1871)

    f. From Buchanan Read (October 27, 1871)

    g. Copies of documents re. Trevor Parke and the Emma Mining Company (November 1, 1871)

    h. From A. P. Haley [?] (November 9, 1871)

    i. From Rees [?] (November 9, 1871)

    j. From A. Leuctin [?], American Legation in St. Petersburg, to Julia Schenck (November 21, 1871?)

    k. From George Anderson (December 6, 1871)

    l. 2 newsclips re. African-American enfranchisement (1871?)

    m. Certificate of Non-Indebtedness for Schenck issued by the Teasury Department (December 20, 1871)

    n. From H. B. Anthony [?] (December 21, 1871)

    o. From William, Green, Chamberlain (December 24, 1871)

    6. "Protocols of Conference Between the High Commissioners on the Part of the United States of American and the High Commissioners on the Part of Great Britain" (1871) [Schenck's annotated copy]

    7. "Confidential Memorandum for the Use of the Commissioners on the Part of the United States in the American-British Joint High Commission (1871)

    8. Copies of the Treaty of Washington (May 8, 1871)

    9. "Miss Schenck" / "The Misses Schenck" Correspondence (1871) [5 items]

    10. Lord Ripon-Schenck Correspondence (July-December 1871)[6 items]

    11. Hamilton Fish-Schenck Correspondence (1871)[14 items]

    12. Benjamin Moran-Schenck Correspondence (February-August 1871)[21 items]

    13. Benjamin Moran-Schenck Correspondence (September-December 1871)[26 items]

    14. Lord Granville-Schenck Correspondence (November-December 1871)[14 items]

    15. Lord Hartington-Schenck Correspondence (1871)[4 items]

    16. William H. Chesebrough-Schenck Correspondence (1871) [2 items]

    17. William Evarts-Schenck Correspondence (1871)[3 items]

    18. Correspondence and Materials While Ambassador to Great Britain (January-June 1872)

    a. From G. B . Derby [?] (1872)

    b. From J. C. B. Davis (1872)

    c. "Confederate Cotton Bonds, Correspondence with the Rt. Hon. Earl Granville" (1868-72)

    d. "Confederate Cotton Bonds, Correspondence between the Rt. Hon. Earl Granville and Messrs. Mackenzie, Trinder, and Co." (1868-72)

    e. From Frederick Schenck (January 3, 1872)

    f. From John Goodman (January 8, 1872)

    g. From Stofford Northcote (January 9, 1872)

    h. From Jay Cooke and Co. (January 10, 1872)

    i. From "John and Lady Rose" (January 19, 1872?)

    j. From Hudson Cowan and Co. (January 20, 1872)

    k. From Robert MacKenzie (January 22, 1872)

    l. From Thomas Hughes (January 25, 1872)

    m. From S. M. Felton, President, Western Land Association of America (January 25, 1872)

    n. From Hudson Cowan and Co. (January 26, 1872)

    o. From Jay Cooke and Co. (February 3, 1872)

    p. From Frances Lawley (February 13, 1872)

    q. From Frances Lawley (February 15, 1872)

    r. From G. W. Smalley (February 20, 1872)

    s. From Mrs. Sprogell (February 28, 1872)

    t. From W. E. Gladstone (February 28, 1872)

    u. Bennett and Veeder (March 14, 1872)

    v. From W. E. Gladstone (March 20, 1872)

    w. From Jay Cooke and Co. (March 22, 1872)

    x. From the Archbishop of Westminster (March 23, 1872)

    y. From Jay Cooke and Co. (March 26, 1872)

    z. From J. C. Bates (April 11, 1872)

    aa. From LeDuc deBrough (April 20, 1872)

    bb. From Jay Cooke and Co. (April 22, 1872)

    cc. From W. E. Gladstone (April 24, 1872)

    dd. From J. Paterson (May 4, 1872)

    ee. [Read to Lord Granville, but gave him no copy](May 7, 1872)

    ff. From E. R. Ubel [?](May 10, 1872)

    gg. From Charles White (May 12, 1872)

    hh. To E. Grimke (May 15, 1872)

    ii. From R. Osborne (May 27, 1872)

    jj. From J. C. B. Davis (May 27, 1872)

    kk. From J. C. B. Davis (June 2, 1872)

    ll. From Margaret Edes (June 5, 1872)

    mm. From Julia N. Lowe (June 14, 1872)

    nn. From the Duke of Devonshire (June 15, 1872)

    oo. From J. Paterson (June 22, 1872)

    pp. To "My Dear Mr. Adams" (June 29, 1872)

    19. Correspondence and Materials While Ambassador to Great Britain (July-December 1872)

    a. From A. Norquand [?](July 1, 1872)[in French]

    b. From C. F. Adams (July 2, 1872)

    c. From John Bell (July 8, 1872)

    d. From William Tenney (July 20, 1872)

    e. From J. Paterson (July 20, 1872)

    f. From J. Hammond (July 22, 1872)

    g. From Goldhander [?] (July 29, 1872)[in French]

    h. From Henry Thornsonly [?](July 31, 1872)

    i. From [?] (August 12, 1872)

    j. From J. O. Thompson (August 20, 1872)

    k. Schenck's reply to Thompson (August 26, 1872)

    l. From J. C. B. Davis (August 27, 1872)

    m. From I. Nunn, U.S. Counsul General (August 28, 1872)

    n. Travel notes (August 29-September 8, 1872)

    o. From Edwards Pierrepont (October 2, 1872)

    p. To J. Cannan [?] from ? (October 5, 1872)[in French]

    q. From O. E. Babcock (December 10, 1872)

    r. From Timothy Smith (December 20, 1872)

    s. Unsigned financial note written on envelope paper (December 23, 1872)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1871-75; Box 5.2 Files: [Correspondence is to or from Schenck except where noted]

    1. Lengthy letter from W. E. Gladstone re. Alabama Claims (November 28, 1872)

    2. Miss Schenck's Correspondence (1872)[6 items]

    3. Lord Ripon-Schenck Correspondence (1872)[1 item]

    4. Hamilton Fish-Schenck Correspondence (January-March 1872)[8 items]

    5. Hamilton Fish-Schenck Correspondence (April-December 1872)[11 items]

    6. Benjamin Moran-Schenck Correspondence (January-April 1872)[19 items]

    7. Benjamin Moran-Schenck Correspondence (May-August 1872)[21 items]

    8. Benjamin Moran-Schenck Correspondence (September-October 1872)[29 items]

    9. Benjamin Moran-Schenck Correspondence (November-December 1872)[31 items]

    10. Lord Granville-Schenck Correspondence (January-April 1872) [10 items]

    11. Lord Granville-Schenck Correspondence (May 1872)[13 items]

    12. Lord Granville-Schenck Correspondence (June-September 1872)[7 items]

    13. William H. Chesebrough-Schenck Correspondence (1872)[10 items]

    14. William Evarts-Schenck Correspondence (January-March 1872)[6 items]

    15. William Evarts-Schenck Correspondence (April-May 1872)[7 items]

    16. William Evarts-Schenck Correspondence (June-August 1872)[4 items]

    17. Correspondence and Materials While Ambassador to Great Britain (January-June 1873)

    a. "Ortiz Mine Grant:" Consisting of 108 Square Miles, or 69,458 Acres of Land, Containing Coal Fields, Iron, Gold in Gravel, and an Entire Quartz Mining District. Reports . . . . (1873)

    b. From Timothy Smith (January 2, 1873)

    c. From J. Paterson (January 3, 1873)

    d. From C. P. Fortescue (January 5, 1873)

    e. To W. E. Gladstone (February 14, 1873)[2 copies]

    f. From John Jay (February 25, 1873)

    g. From Timothy Smith (March 4, 1873)

    h. From W. P. Caldwell (March 8, 1873)

    i. From Brennan [?] (March 24, 1873)

    j. From J. C. B. Davis (March 24, 1873)

    k. To Jay Cooke and Co. (March 25, 1873)

    l. From J. C. B. Davis (April 10, 1873)

    m. From John Bright to Benjamin Moran (April 12, 1873)

    n. From Timothy Smith (April 22, 1873)

    o. From W. E. Gladstone (April 24, 1873)

    p. From C. P. Fortescue (April 28, 1873)

    q. From [?] (April 29, 1873)

    r. From [?], Belgian Minister (May 2, 1873)[in French]

    s. From J. Connor (May 2, 1873)

    t. From William Evarts (May 6, 1873)

    u. From Timothy Smith (May 7, 1873)

    v. From John Bright to Benjamin Moran (May 9, 1873)

    w. To J. P. Martin, Asst. Adjutant General (June 10. 1873)

    x. From Timothy Smith (June 11, 1873)

    18. Correspondence and Materials While Ambassador to Great Britain (July-December 1873)

    a. From George Aullirion [?] (July 1, 1873)

    b. From Lord Ripon (July 4, 1873)

    c. From Timothy Smith (July 9, 1873)

    d. From Lord Argyll (May 12, 1873)

    e. From the King of Hawaii to Col. C. H. B. Steinburger (July 16, 1873)

    f. To Rutherford B. Hayes (August 1, 1873)[copy of original in the Hayes Memorial Library]

    g. From A. Bradel [?] (August 10, 1873)[in French]

    h. From Timothy Smith (August 13, 1873)

    i. From Clinton B. Fisk [?] (September 13, 1873)

    j. From Timothy Smith (September 17, 1873)

    k. From Thomas H. Canfield, President, Northern Pacific Railroad Company (September 17, 1873)

    l. From Levi Morton (October 6, 1873)

    m. From George Montfort (October 6, 1873)

    n. Amos Webster, editor of The Christian Era, (October 18, 1873)

    o. From Alex. Hamilton (October 20, 1873)

    p. From George Aullirion [?] (October 20, 1873)

    q. From George H. Boker (November 1, 1873)

    r. From "F.E." (December [?] 12, 1873)

    s. From [?] (December 31, 1873)

    19. Correspondence re. Schenck's possible candidacy for the Ohio Senatorship (1873)

    a. From Robert Harlan (March 10, 1873)

    b. From Lewis B. Gunkel (March 13, 1873)

    c. From Edwards Pierrepont (March 30, 1873)

    d. From W. H. Enochs (May 29, 1873)

    e. From Edwards Pierrepont (May 11, 1873)

    f. From R. G. Corwin [?] (May 31, 1873)

    g. Fragment of letter from [?] (June 23, 1873)

    h. From W. D. Bickham (August 18, 1873)

    20. Miss Schenck's Correspondence (1873) [15 items]

    21. Hamilton Fish-Schenck Correspondence (1873) [6 items]

    22. Benjamin Moran-Schenck Correspondence (January-June 1873)[35 items]

    23. Lord Granville-Schenck Correspondence (January-August 1873)

    24. William H. Chesebrough-Schenck Correspondence (1873)[3 items]

    25. Correspondence and Materials While Ambassador to Great Britain (1874)

    a. From A. F. Stetson (January 6, 1874)

    b. From Jay Cooke (January [?] 8, 1874)

    c. From Thomas H. Canfield, President, Northern Pacific Railroad (January 9, 1874)

    d. From Alexander Bedford (January 15, 1874)

    e. From Horace Estlack, M.P. (January 20, 1874)

    f. From Winfield Clemons (January 21, 1874)

    g. From Timothy Smith (January 22, 1874)

    h. From Gustabo de Cozcaux Tangleo [?] (January 31, 1874)

    i. From Winfield Clemons (February 5, 1874)

    j. From Jay Cooke (February 13, 1874)

    k. From Stafford Northcote (February 19, 1874)

    l. To Captain W. H. P. Hains, Commander of the RMS Abyssinia, from his passengers (March 7, 1874)

    m. From Courtney Schenck (March 7, 1874)

    n. From President and Mrs. Grant (March 17, 1874)

    o. Fragment of Sleeping Car Carriage advertisement (April 13, 1874)

    p. Menu for banquet honoring Schenck (April 17, 1874)

    q. From W. P. Caldwell (May 13, 1874)

    r. Receipt of deposit written on verso of envelope (May 20, 1874)

    s. From Schenck's nephew [?](May 21, 1874)

    t. From the Adjutant General's Office, War Department (June 2, 1874)

    u. From R. Guiller[?] (June 25, 1871)

    v. From Eugene Schuyler (July 8, 1874)

    w. From Marshall Fenell (July 9, 1874)

    x. From J. A. Bayard (July 12, 1874)

    y. From Ernest de Bunsen (July 20, 1874)

    z. To C. K. Grayson [?] (July 21, 1874)

    aa. From T. M. Shaw (July 28, 1874)

    bb. From George Bancroft (July 30, 1874)

    cc. From Teutenden [?], Foreign Office (August 18, 1874?)

    dd. From Ian H.[?] (August 19, 1874)

    ee. From William Evarts (August 30, 1874)

    ff. From Schenck's nephew [?] (September 15, 1874)

    gg. From [?], Phoineas House (September 19, 1874)

    hh. From Lord Rosebery [?] (October 6, 1874)

    ii. From Edward...[?](October 11, 1874)

    jj. From Adam Beden [?], Little Boston House, Brentford (October 15, 1874)

    kk. From [?] (October 19, 1874)

    ll. From E.R. [?], Paris (October 21, 1874)

    mm. From J. A. Shauck (November 8, 1870)

    nn. From "F.E.", Strawberry Hill (October[?] 2, 1874)

    oo. From M. Glendower[?], Hawarden Castle, Chester (December 10, 1874)

    pp. From William Evarts (December 15, 1874)

    qq. Hiram G. Winsch (December 30, 1874)

    rr. Fragments of copies of letters from Schenck (1874)

    26. Hamilton Fish-Schenck Correspondence (1874)[8 items]

    27. Benjamin Moran-Schenck Correspondence (February-August 1874)[27 items]

    28. Benjamin Moran-Schenck Correspondence (September 1874) [22 items]

    29. Benjamin Moran-Schenck Correspondence (October-December 1874)[17 items]

    30.William H. Chesebrough-Schenck Correspondence (1874)[47 items]

    31. Correspondence and Materials While Ambassador to Great Britain (January-June 1875)

    a. From J. L. Motley (January 7, 1875)

    b. From Teutenden[?], Foreign Office [on behalf of Lord Derby](January 10, 1875)

    c. From Reverdy Johnson (January 20, 1875)

    d. From George Ellis (January 27, 1875)

    e. From Harry L. Hines (January 29, 1875)

    f. From A. Blest Gana [?], Legacion de Chile (January 30, 1875)

    g. From Francis Eldridge [?] (February 1, 1875)

    h. From Lord and Lady Derby (February 2, 1875)

    i. From Count and Countess de Jarnac (February 3, 1875)

    j. From Lord and Lady Hertford (February 6, 1875)

    k. From Lord Hartington (February 9, 1875)

    l. From Lord Carlingford (February 10, 1875)

    m. From Mr. Childers [?](February 11, 1875)

    n. From "Peter"[?] (February 12, 1875)

    o. From A. Floxes (February 13, 1875)

    p. From James A. Garfield (February 15, 1875)

    q. From J. S. Paine (February 22, 1875)

    r. From W. P. Caldwell (February 23, 1875)

    s. From Thomas Hughes (February 24, 1875)

    t. From Carlos Gutierrer (February 24, 1875)

    u. From Lucius Fairchild (March 8, 1875)

    v. From A. G. Curtin (March 11 [?], 1875)

    w. From [?], Paris (March 16, 1875)

    x. From Frank E. Heywood (March 21, 1875)

    y. From Lord Teutenden [?], Foreign Office (March 27, 1875)

    z. From Charles Este (March 27, 1875)

    aa. From Wistar R. Caldwell (March 31, 1875)

    bb. From Jay Cooke and Co., Bankers, re. stock (April 2, 1875)

    cc. From Timothy Smith (April 13, 1875)

    dd. From Lord Derby (April 17, 1875)

    ee. From Lord Shaftesbury (April 19, 1875)

    ff. From Derby (April 19, 1875)

    gg. From Derby (April 22, 1875)

    hh. From Lord Shaftesbury (April 27, 1875)

    ii. From John Jay (May 6, 1875)

    jj. From Lord Derby (May 10, 1875)

    kk. From Winfield Clemins (May 15, 1875)

    ll. From Isaac Markens (May 29, 1875)

    mm. Admission note (May 1875?)

    nn. From Timothy Smith (June 1, 1875)

    oo. From Lord Hertford (June 13, 1875)

    pp. From the Archbishop of Canterbury (June 14, 1875)

    qq. From Mr. Watts[?](June 14, 1875)

    rr. From Lord Granville (June 14, 1875)

    ss. "Memorandum of Conversation with Sir Edward Thornton (June 14, 27, 1875)

    tt. From Mr. Bigelow (June 15, 1875)

    uu. From the Archbishop of Westminster (June 15, 1875)

    vv. From the Duke of Argyll (June 15, 1875)

    ww. From Earl Stanhope (June 16, 1875)

    xx. From Schenck and James A. Garfield to R. B. Hayes (June 28, 1875)[Copy of original in Hayes Memorial Library]

    yy. From R. B. Hayes to Schenck and Garfield (June 28, 1875)[Copy of original in Hayes Memorial Library]

    zz. From Kennedy M. Nab (June 29, 1875)

    32. Correspondence and Materials While Ambassador to Great Britain (July-December 1875)

    a. From W. E. Gladstone (July 27, 1875)

    b. From Edwards Pierrepont (July 29, 1875)

    c. From Dann D. Porter (September 4, 1875)

    d. From J. Milseu [?] (October 20, 1875)

    e. To Colonel [?] (October 30, 1875)

    f. From Hugh Arland (November 5, 1875)

    g. From Lord Derby (November 15, 1875)

    h. From Lord Derby (November 22, 1875)

    i. From Robert Browning (November 25, 1875)

    j. From the Cher en Corea to Miss Schenck (November 26, 1875)

    k. From Timothy Smith (December 15, 1875)

    l. From "Jacob the Lords Servant" (December 16, 1875)

    m. From "Jacob" (December 17, 1875)

    n. From "Jacob the Lords Servant" (December 27, 1875)

    o. From John N. Denison (December 28, 1875)

    p. Statement of balance due on verso of envelope (December 31, 1875)

    q. From C. H. Jones (1875)

    r. From George Katebread [?] (1875)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1871-95; Box 6.1 Files: [Correspondence is to or from Schenck except where noted]

    1. Hamilton Fish-Schenck Correspondence (1875)[7 items]

    2. Benjamin Moran-Schenck Correspondence (1875)[14 items]

    3. William H. Chesebrough-Schenck Correspondence (1875) [36 items]

    4. Schenck Correspondence with Col. William Hoffman, attached to the American Legation (1875)[26 items]

    5. Correspondence and Materials While Ambassador to Great Britain (1876)

    a. "A New Democratic Song" (1876)

    b. From John Haines (1876?)

    c. From George W. Maynard (January 1, 1876)

    d. From W. E. Gladstone (January 1, 1876)

    e. From Elizabeth Minter (January 7, 1876)

    f. From J. N. Dennison (January 11, 1876)

    g. From Drexel, Morgan, and Co. (January 12, 1876)

    h. From Lord Derby (January 24, 1876)

    i. From J. R. Hamilton (January 27, 1876)

    j. From J. R. Hamilton (January 31, 1876)

    k. Notes of consultation with Lord Teutenden, Foreign Office (February 1, 1876)

    l. From G. Orth [?], American Legation, Vienna (February 5, 1876)

    m. From Reverdy Johnson (February 5, 1876)

    n. From C. Clary (February 5, 1876)

    o. From H. H. Stanton (February 7, 1876)

    p. From H. H. Stanton to Queen Victoria (February 7, 1876)

    q. From A. V. Dvokey [?] (February 10, 1876)

    r. To President Grant (February 17, 1876)[copy]

    s. Letter from R. de Tracy Gould to The Anglo-American Times (February 24, 1876)

    t. From John L. Worden (February 25, 1876)

    u. From Dion Doricicaull [?], "Actor, Playright, and Irish Patriot" (February 26, 1876)

    v. From Lord Chittenden (February 28, 1876)

    w. To Irish Secretary, Washington (March 1, 1876)

    x. From R. de Tracy Gould (March 2, 1876)

    y. Correspondence between Albert Grant and Schenck in the London Times (March 2, 1876)

    z. From J. J. Ridley (March 2, 1876)

    aa. From Martin J. Tuffes (March 2, 1876)

    bb. From P. Girard (March 4, 1876)

    cc. From P. Girard (March 10, 1876)

    dd. From Martin Zborowski [?] (March 20, 1876)

    ee. From [?], The Rpiory, Chemton Mendip, Bath (March[?] 26, 1876)

    ff. From Robert Browning (March 27, 1876)

    gg. From Jas. Beal (May 8, 1876)

    hh. From J. Sillogante[?](May 27, 1876)[2 letters]

    ii. From Charles F. Schmitz, 5th Auditor's Office, Washington (June 8, 1876)

    jj. From R. Griffith Bowles [?] (June 15, 1876)

    kk. From First Comptroller's Office, U.S. Treasury (June 27, 1876)

    6. Hamilton Fish-Schenck Correspondence (1876)[6 items]

    7. Schenck's Correspondence with Col. Willliam Hoffman, attached to the U.S. Legation (1876)[6 items]

    8. William H. Chesebrough-Schenck Correspondence (1876, and undated)

    9. Congressional Documents re. the Claims of the Norse-American Line of Steamships (1876)

    10. Miscellaneous Personal Financial Documents (1876)

    11. Correspondence and Materials While Ambassador to Great Britain (n.d.)

    a. Undated orders of payment to Hamilton Fish and Willam A. Richardson written on verso of deposit certificate dated September 9, 1873

    b. From G. Hayward (January 8, ?)

    c. From Hamilton Fish (January 10, ?)

    d. From Lord and Lady Ripon (February 27, ?)

    e. From G. D. Haughton (April 16, ?)

    f. From ? to Miss Schenck (May 5, ?)

    g. From Hamilton Fish (May 9, ?)

    h. From S. M. Bonaparte (May 30, ?)

    i. From Robert C. Winthrope (June 22, ?)

    j. From M. D. Conway (June 24, ?)

    k. From Newman Hall (July 4, ?)

    l. From Newman Hall (July 8, ?)

    m. From Newman Hall to Benjamin Moran (July 9, ?)

    n. From George Bancroft (July 13, ?)

    o. From the Duke of Argyll (July 29, ?)

    p. "General Schenck, the American Ambassador, and the Liverpool Seamen's Orphan Institution" (n.d.)

    q. From Schauerahoff [?][in French]

    r. From Lord Ripon

    s. From J. Holt

    t. From C. Moreira [in French]

    u. From D. Vickers [?]

    v. From Lord Teutenden

    w. Copy of resolution of Vice Chancellor Malins re. winding up of unnamed company

    x. Notes on "Diplomatic Privilege"

    y. From Christian Nilsson [?]

    z. From Henry James

    aa. From Henry James

    bb. From G. More, Jr. [?]

    cc. From Lord and Lady John Manners

    dd. From [?][in French]

    ee. From [?], 18 Belgrave Square, S.W.

    ff. From T. T. Wettincle [?]

    gg. From N. Unnra [?][in French]

    hh. From Lord and Lady Wolacstin [?]

    ii. From Euccua [?]

    jj. From Teachinhild [?]

    kk. From G. Bulow [?]

    ll. From Friede [?] to Miss Schenck

    mm. From "E.L.B." to [?]

    nn. From Bernstorf [?] to Miss Schenck

    oo. From the Duke and Dutchess of Argyll

    pp. From Lord Ripon to Miss Schenck

    qq. From Lord Ripon to Miss Schenck

    rr. From Christina Nilsson [?]

    ss. From J. L. Motley

    tt. From Schenck to Hamilton Fish ["Form for American Messages Only"]

    uu. Fragment of note [in Italian?]

    vv. Note fragment

    ww. Memorandums from William Webster for Schenck's consideration

    xx. To Hamilton Fish

    yy. Note re. his resignation [from the Ambassadorship?]

    12. Lord Granville-Schenck Correspondence (n.d.)[5 items]

    13. Checkbook "for use of His Excellency the United States Minister London" [partially used](n.d.)

    14. Copies of Correspondence re. the Machado Claim (1858-76)

    a. John A. Machado to Lewis Cass (June 23, 1858)

    b. Mr. Adams to John A. Machado (April 16, 1866)

    c. John A. Machado to the Earl of Clarendon (May 18, 1866)

    d. James Minery to John A. Machado (May 23, 1866)

    e. To Hamilton Fish (Feb. 9, ?)

    f. To Reverdy Johnson (December 14, 1875)

    g. To Hamilton Fish (February 10, 1876)[letter with 3 enclosures]

    15. Alabama Claims Correspondence and Materials (1870-71)

    a. Correspondence Respecting the "Alabama" Claims: 1869-70. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. 1870. [Schenck's annotated copy]

    b. George Upton to Earl Russell (March 23, 1870)[copy]

    c. From George Bemis (December 26, 1870)

    d. From George Bemis (February 3, 1871)

    e. From Hamilton Fish (February 22, 1871)

    f. From John C. Hamilton (March 15, 1871)

    g. Diary extract [?] (April 5, 1871)

    h. "XXV. Protocol of Conference Between the High Commissioners on the Part of the United States of American, and the High Commissioners on the Part of Great Britain" (April 13, 1871)

    i. From Lord Teutenden (June 21, 1871)

    j. From J. C.B. Davis (October 20, 1871)

    k. From Lord Teutenden (November 20, 1871)

    l. From Lord Teutenden (November 23, 1871)

    m. From Lord Teutenden (November 25, 1871)

    n. From Lord Teutenden (November 30, 1871)

    o. From J. C. B. Davis (November 30, 1871)

    p. From J. C. B. Davis (December 1871)

    q. From J. C. B. Davis (December 28, 1871)

    16. Alabama Claims Correspondence and Materials (January-February 1872)

    a. From J. C. B. Davis (January 9, 1872)

    b. From John Jay, American Legation in Vienna (January 17, 1872)

    c. From J. C. B. Davis (January 22, 1872)

    d. From J. C. B. Davis (January 27, 1872)

    e. From J. C. B. Davis (January 29, 1872)

    f. From J. C. B. Davis (January 30, 1872)

    g. From J. C. B. Davis (February 3, 1872)

    h. From John Jay, American Legation in Vienna (February 5, 1872)

    i. From J. C. B. Davis (February 9, 1872)

    j. From J. C. B. Davis (February 15, 1872)

    k. From John Bright to Lord Granville (February 18, 1872)[copy]

    l. From J. C. B. Davis (February 20, 1872)

    m. From J. C. B. Davis (February 23, 1872)

    n. From J. C. B. Davis (February 25, 1872)

    o. From Hamilton Fish (February 29, 1872)

    p. To Hamilton Fish (February 29, 1872)

    q. Memo from Fish [?] re. Lord Granville's proposal (February 29, 1872)

    17. Alabama Claims Correspondence and Materials (March-April 1872)

    a. Note fragment (March 1, 1872)

    b. From J. C. B. Davis (March 9, 1872)

    c. From J. C. B. Davis (March 16, 1872)

    d. From J. C. B. Davis (March 19, 1872)

    e. From J. C. B. Davis (March 21, 1872)

    f. Note "Mr. Osborne" (March 21, 1872)

    g. From J. C. B. Davis (March 22, 1872)

    h. From J. C. B. Davis (March 23, 1872)

    i. From J. C. B. Davis (March 23, 1872)

    j. From J. C. B. Davis (March 26, 1872)

    k. To Hamilton Fish (April 11, 1872)[copy]

    l. From J. C. B. Davis (April 11, 1872)

    m. From J. C. B. Davis (April 13, 1872?)

    n. "Extract from Diary, Proceedings of 13th April" (April 13, [1872])

    o. From J. C. B. Davis to Hamilton Fish (April 15, [1872]) [copy]

    p. From J. C. B. Davis (April 17, 1872)

    q. From J. C. B. Davis to Hamilton Fish (April 17, 1872) [copy]

    r. From Maxwell Wood Hull (April 17, 1872)[copy]

    s. To Hamilton Fish (April 20, 1872)[copy]

    t. "Proposed telegraphic message to Sir. E. Thornton" (April 23, 1872)

    u. From Hamilton Fish (April 27, 1872)[copy]

    v. To Hamilton Fish (April 30, 1872)[draft]

    18. Alabama Claims Correspondence and Materials (May 2-9, 1872)

    a. From unnamed British government representative (May 2, 1872)[3 copies]

    b. Telegram from Samuel Ward, forwarded by Societe du Cable Transatlantique Francais (May 3, 1872)

    c. Proposal for Schenck suggested unofficially to Lord Granville (May 5, 1872)

    d. From Hamilton Fish (May 7, 1872)

    e. To Hamilton Fish (May 7, 1872)[draft and copy]

    f. From Hamilton Fish (May 8, 1872)[copy]

    g. Memorandum to the British Government from the United States (May 9, 1872)[2 copies]

    h. To Hamilton Fish (May 9, 1872)[copy]

    i. To Hamilton Fish (May 9, 1872)[copy]

    j. To Hamilton Fish (May 9, 1872)[copy]

    k. From Hamilton Fish (May 9, 1872)[copy]

    19. Alabama Claims Correspondence and Materials (May 10- 31, 1872)

    a. Consent by the President of the United States that "he will make no claim on the part of the United States in respect of indirect losses, as aforesaid before the Tribunal of Arbitration at Geneva" (May 10, 1872)[copy]

    b. From Lord Granville (May 10, 1872)[copy]

    c. "Copy of draft furnished by Lord Teutenden on May 10, 1872, in place of the draft left in the note of Lord Grenville on the same day (May 10, 1876)

    d. To Hamilton Fish (May 10, 1872)[copy]

    e. Memorandum from Schenck to ? (May 10, 1872)

    f. To Hamilton Fish (May 16, 1872)

    g. From J. C. B. Davis (May 22, 1872)

    h. From J. C. B. Davis (May 26, 1872)

    i. "Memo of what was said when giving copy of Mr. Fish's telegram"(May 27, 1872)

    j. To Lord Granville (May 29, 1872)

    k. To Hamilton Fish (May 30, 1872)

    l. From Hamilton Fish (May 31, 1872)

    20. Alabama Claims Correspondence and Materials (June-December 1872)

    a. From J. C. B. Davis (June 4, 1872)[copy]

    b. From J. C. B. Davis (June 4, 1872)

    c. From J. C. B. Davis (June 12, 1872)

    d. To Hamilton Fish (June 20, 1872)

    e. From J. C. B. Davis (June 30, 1872)

    f. From J. C. B. Davis (August 10, 1872)

    g. Copies of assorted correspondence from Charles Payne, Chief Harbor Master, and George Doran, Assistant Harbor Master (December 13-23, 1872)[4 items]

    h. From George Doran, Assistant Harbor Master (December 13, 1872)

    21. Alabama Claims Correspondence and Materials (1873)

    a. To Lord Granville (May 3, 1873) [copy]

    b. To Hamilton Fish (July 1, 1873)[copy]

    c. To the Department of State, "Joint notes to Maritime Powers relating to the three Rules under Treaty of Washington-Lord Granville's view" (July 5, 1873)[copy]

    d. To the Department of State, "Note to Maritme Powers. Lord Granville not unwilling to communicate it" (August 7, 1873)[copy]

    e. From J. Chatfield Tyler, Assistant Commissioner, Department of Trade and Customs, Melbourne, to the United States Counsul (August 1, 1873)[copy]

    f. From Thomas Adamson, Jr., W. S. Consul, to J. Chatfield Tyler (August 8, 1873)[copy]

    g. Memorandum to the Honorable Chief Secretary from Edward Loker, Commissioner of Trade and Customs, Melbourne (August 11, 1873)[copy]

    h. To the Department of State, "Three Rules of the Treaty of Washington Interviewed with Lord Teutenden Undersecretary of State, Foreign Office (October 15, 1873)

    i. From the Foreign Office (October 25, 1873)[copy]

    j. From Lord Granville (November 1, 1873)[copy]

    k. From Hamilton Fish (November 8, 1873)[copy]

    22. Alabama Claims Correspondence and Materials (undated)

    a. From J. C. B. Davis (April 14, ?)

    b. From J. C. B. Davis

    c. From J. C. B. Davis

    d. "Draft to Sir E. Thornton"

    e. Draft statement from United Kingdom re. indirect claims

    f. Copy of statement from United Kingdom re. indirect claims

    g. Draft statement re. indirect claims

    h. Lord Granville's notes

    i. List of cases and evidence sent to Lords Granville and Teutenden

    j. Draft resolution re. construction, fitting out, and equipping of vessels by neutral governments

    k. Resolutions re. conduct of neutral governments

    l. Notes re. remarks of Lord Granville

    m. Statement re. British and US positions on indirect claims

    n. Draft re. language of rules of conduct

    o. Notes re. "G.B."

    p. Memo re. Mr. Mendhall and Lord Derby

    q. Notes re. debate in the House of Lords

    r. Notes regarding proceedings of tribunal

    s. Notes of meeting between Schenck and Lord Granville

    t. Notes of telegraph to Lord Granville [?]

    u. Item 8 "In cases of infringement or violation of such principles in the case of any cruiser"

    v. Statement re. responsibilities of signatories in aiding in the capture of deserters from vessels of other signatories

    w. Notes re. possible new article on consequential damages

    x. Notes of conversation with General Schenck

    23. Emma Mine Correspondence (1871)

    a. From Hamilton Fish (November 28, 1871)

    b. To Hamilton Fish (November 29, 1871)

    c. From W. H. Tooke, Secretary, Emma Silver Mining Company (November 29, 1871)

    d. From William Stewart to T. W. Park (December 14, 1871)

    e. From William Stewart toT. W. Park (December 19, 1871)

    24. Emma Mine Correspondence (1872)

    a. From N. J. Armstrong (1872?)

    b. From Albert Snow (January 11, 1872)

    c. From Albert Snow (January 12, 1872)

    d. To Albert Snow (January 19, 1872)[copy]

    e. From M. D. Conway (January 20, 1872)

    f. To M. D. Conway (January 20, 1872)

    g. From Whitelaw Reid, with enclosed copy of letter from Professor E. Gilmour (January 22, 1872)

    h. From M. Fisher [?] (April 18, 1872)

    i. Record of stock transactions, November 20, 1871; April 30, 1872

    j. From E. Garrett (May 10, 1872)

    k. To E. Garrett (May 11, 1872)[copy]

    l. From W. Chesebrough [?] (June 20, 1872)

    m. Stock receipt for Maxwell Woodhull (June 21, 1872)

    n. Statement of account for Maxwell Woodhull (October 1, 1872)

    o. From J. H. Puleston (December 10, 1872)

    p. From T. W. Park (December 14, 1872)

    q. From J. H. Puleston (December 14, 1872)

    r. From William H. Chesebrough (December 16, 1872)

    s. From William H. Chesebrough ["Letter No.2"] (December 16, 1872)

    t. 3 telegrams from William H. Chesebrough (December 16, 17, 1872)

    u. From J. H. Puleston [?] (December 17, 1872)

    v. From William H. Chesebrough [?] (December 17, 1872)

    w. From William H. Chesebrough (December 18, 1872)

    x. From William H. Chesebrough (December 19, 1872)

    y. Note re. cost of telegram (December 14-22, 1872)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1871-95; Box 6.2 Files: [Correspondence is to or from Schenck except where noted]

    1. Emma Mine Correspondence (1873) a. From W. H. Tooke, Secretary, Emma Mining Company (January 21, 1873) b. From S. T. Paffard (January 27, 1873) c. From S. T. Paffard (January 29, 1873) d. List of profits from stock dealings (June 21, 1872-January 30, 1872) e. From T. W. Park, Secretary, Emma Mining Company (February 17, 1873) f. From S. T. Paffard (April 22, 1873) g. From W. H. Tooke, Secretary, Emma Mining Company, to T. W. Park (April 24, 1873)[copy] h. From W. H. Tooke, Secretary, Emma Mining Company (April 30, 1873) i. From W. H. Tooke, Secretary, Emma Mining Company, to J. G. Osborne (May 1873) j. To T. W. Park (May 1, 1873) k. From J. G. Osborne (May 8, 1873) l. From J. G. Osborne (May 12, 1873) m. From S. T. Paffard (May 12, 1873) n. From Harper, Broad, and Battcock (May 20, 1873) o. From T. W. Park [?] ([May 24, 1873]) p. From L. Harwood (May 30, 1873) q. From T. W. Park (June 5, 1873) r. From W. H. Tooke, Secretary, Emma Mining Company (June 6, 1873) s. From S. Accuriou [?] (June 23, 1873) t. From S. T. Paffard (June 28, 1873) u. From S. T. Paffard (July 9, 1873) v. To S. T. Paffard (July 10, 1873) w. From Lord Selbourne (July 15, 1873) x. From S. T. Paffard (August 9, 1873) y. Account of Maxwell Woodhull (October 8, 1873) z. From J. H. Puleston (October 8, 1873?) aa. From S. T. Paffard (October 21, 1873)

    2. Emma Mine Correspondence (1874)

    a. From [?] (June 22, 1874)

    b. From Josiah Child (January 31, 1874) c. From E. W. Clark (March 20, 1874) d. From J. Cooke and McCulloch (May 21, 1874) e. From Alexander W. MacDougall (June 3, 1874) f. From [?] (July 7, 1874) g. From Sole, Turners, and Knight (September 4, 1874)

    3. Emma Mine Correspondence (1875)

    a. List of stock transactions (May 12, 1874-January 6, 1875)

    b. From W. H. Tooke, Secretary, Emma Mining Company (February 4, 1875) c. From Alexander W. McDougall to the Emma Mining Company (April 29, 1875) d. From W. Hutton (May 6, 1875) e. From L. E. Chittenden (July 15, 1875) f. From Sole, Turners, and Knight (July 20, 1875) g. From Sole, Turners, and Knight (July 23, 1875) h. From [Albert ?], on behalf of Sole, Turners, and Knight (August 10, 1875) i. From Charles Allen, Secretary, Emma Mining Company (December 22, 1875) j. From L. E. Chittenden to Douglas Muter(December 23, 1875) [copy] k. From L. E. Chittenden to Douglas Muter (December 24, 1875)[copy] l. From O. A. Gager (December 29, 1875) m. From A ..[?], 1 Threadneedle Street, corner of Royal Exchange, London (December 31, 1875) n. From L. E. Chittenden (December 31, 1875) o. From L. E. Chittenden to D. D. Muter (December 31, 1875)[copy]

    4. Emma Mine Correspondence (January-April 1876)

    a. From L. E. Chittenden (January 6, 1876)

    b. Stock transaction for Francis Bates (January 12, 1876)

    c. From Elizabeth Muter to Miss Schenck (January 13, 1876) d. From A. Grant (January 17, 1876) e. From J. J. Ridley (January 19, 1876) f. From Lucius Fairchild, United States Consulate, Liverpool (January 21, 1876) g. From C. de Pauley (January 27, 1876) h. From Elizabeth Muter to Miss Schenck, with copy of letter from L. E. Chittenden to D. D. Muter (January 31, 1876) i. To Hamilton Fish (February 9, 1876) j. From Reverdy Johnson to Schenck, with enclosed news clip (February 7, 1876) k. To Hamilton Fish (February 8, [1876])[3 copies] l. From Fish re. telegram of February 11th m. To Hamilton Fish (February 14, 1876) n. To Hamilton Fish (February 21, 1876) o. From William Evarts (February 23, 1876) p. From Hamilton Fish (February 23, 1876) q. To Hamilton Fish ([February 24, 1876?]) r. From Andrew J. Rogers (February 28, 1876) s. From Albert Grant to L. E. Chittenden (March 1, 1876) t. To Hamilton Fish (March 1, 1876) [3 copies] u. To the editor of The Morning Sun (March 2, 1876) v. From Hamilton Fish (March 3, [1876]) w. From James Buckingham (March 3, 1876) x. From Valpy and Chaplin (March 6, 1876) y. From Hamilton Fish (March 6, 1876)[copy] z. From John T. Drew (March 20, 1876) aa. From Hamilton Fish (April 5, 1876) bb. From A. S. Hewitt (April 25, 1876)

    5. Emma Mine Correspondence (May-December 1876)

    a. From [?] (May 8, 1875)

    b. From William H. Chesebrough to Thomas Swann, Chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Relations (May 8, 1876)

    c. From C. Shirley Carter (May 20, 1876)

    d. From Charles J. Faulkner, House of Representatives (May 22, 1876)

    e. Communication to Thomas Swann, Chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Relations (May 1876?)

    f. Communication to Charles J. Faulkner, House of Representatives (May 1876?)

    g. From John Thompson (May 23, 1876)

    h. To Charles J. Faulker, House of Representatives (May 23, 1876)

    i. To Thomas Swann, Chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Relations (May 23, 1876)

    j. To C. Carter, Clerk, House Committee on Foreign Affairs (May 23, 1876)

    k. To Charles Faulkner, House of Representatives (May 23, 1876)

    l. To L. E. Chittenden (May 23, 1876)

    m. From L. E. Chittenden (May 23, 1876)

    n. From L. E. Chittenden (May 24, 1876)

    o. From Abraham S. Hewitt (May 24, 1876)

    p. From Hubbard (May 24, 1876)

    q. To the editor of the Washington Republican (May 30, 1876)

    r. From William J. Smith (September 28, 1876)

    s. From W. H. Chesebrough (September 28, 1876)

    t. From W. H. Chesebrough (October 6, 1876)

    u. To W. H. Chesebrough (October 7, 1876)[2 copies]

    v. From W. H. Chesebrough (October 12, 1876)

    w. From T. W. Park (November 17, 1876)

    x. From [?] (December 19, 1876)

    y. From L. E. Chittenden (December 27, 1876)

    6. Emma Mine Correspondence (1877)

    a. From Warmington and Co. with copies of 6 items of correspondence between Alexander W. MacDougall and Warrington and Co. (January 16-February 1, 1877)

    b. From L. E. Chittenden [?] (February 5, 1877)

    c. From G. L. Lincoln (February 9, 1877)

    d. To Warrington and Co. (February 26, 1877)

    e. From T. W. Park (May 17, 1877)

    f. "Notes of Progress in defense of Genl. Robert C. Schenck" (June 16, 1877)

    7. Emma Mine Correspondence (n.d.)

    a. From G... A... [?] b. From J. H. Puleston, J. Cook, McCulloch and Co, 41 Lombard Street, London [4 items] c. Statement from Schenck re. circumstances under which he became connected with the Emma Mining Company d. From George Anderson [2 telegrams] e. Fragment of letter from the Office of Chesebrough Bros. and McCredy f. Notes re. statement by Lyon g. Notes re. stock transactions [4 sheets] h. "General Robert C. Schenck and the Emma Mine" [manuscript] i. "Extract" - Lord Selborne j. From [?], Westminster Palace Hotel, Victoria Street, London k. Schenck to Roundell Palmer l. From W. H. Chesebrough - "Written in the Telegraph Office"

    8. Emma Mine Materials (1871-72)

    a. "Report of Professor B. Silliman on the Emma Silver Mine" (October 16, 1871)[2 copies]

    b. "The Emma Silver Mining Company, Limited. Prospectus" (November 9, 1871) c. Emma Mine Board Meeting Minutes (November 28, 1871) d. Emma Mine Board Meeting Minutes (December 1, 1871) e. Copy of Senate motion by Mr. Blair re. use by US ministers of their postions to promote private ventures (December 19, 1871) f. Emma Mine proxy slip for Fannie Bates (March 1872) g. Emma Mine bankers' receipt for Schenck (April 5, 1872) h. "Plan, Profile and Sections, Emma Mine, Little Cottonwood Canon, Utah" (July 1872) i. "Prices of Emma stock from November 17, 1871, to November 24, 1872. . . " j. "London Letter # Correspondence Cincinnati Commerical" (December 16, [1872])

    9. Emma Mine Materials (1873)

    a. 'A Suffering Shareholder,' "The Emma Mine. How to make Half-a-Million of Money in one Year"(May 11, 1873)

    b. 'An Original Emma Shareholder,' "The Emma Silver Mining Company. To Major-General Robert C. Schenck, United States Minister, London"(May 12, 1873)

    c. J. G. Osborne and Co., "The Emma Silver Mining Company, Limited. To the Shareholders"(May 23, 1873)

    d. S. T. Paffard, "To the Original Shareholders of the Emma Silver Mining Company, Limited"(May 24, 1873)

    e. Proxy slip, Emma Mining Company (May 29, 1873) f. J. G. Osborne and Co. to the Emma Mine Shareholders (June 5, 1873)

    10. Emma Mine Materials (1874-75)

    a. Report on condition of Emma Mine - Money (June 30, 1874)

    b. W. W. McFarland, "To The Shareholders of the Emma Silver Mining Company, Limited"(January 25, 1875)

    c. Frederick W. Snell, "To the Members of the Emma Silver Mining Company, Limited"(March 19, 1875) [2 copies]

    d. Chittenden and Hubbard, "Supreme Court, City and County of New York. The Emma Silver Mining Company (Limited) of London, agst. Trenor W. Park, Impleaded and c. Answer" (April 15, 1875)

    e. "Supreme Court, City and County of New York. The Emma Silver Mining Company (Limited) of London, agst. H, Henry Baxter. Impleaded and c. Answer" (April 15, 1875)

    f. Proxy slip (May 7, 1875)

    g. Testimony in the U.S. Circuit Court for the Southern District of New York in the case of the Emma Silver Mining Company v. Trevor W. Park (September 7, 1875)

    h. "Emma Mine. Letter from Hon. Reverdy Johnson. Review of Charges Against U.S. Minister Schenck. Vindication of Gen. Schenck" (December 13, 1875)

    11. Emma Mine Materials (1876)

    a. "The Emma Mine. Letter from Mr. Albert Grant" (January 14, 1876) [4 copies] b. News clip London Times (March 1, 1876) c. News clip London Times (March 2, 1876) d. News clip Daily Telegraph (March 2, 1876) e. Preservation of American Honor. Report of the Committee on Foreign Affairs on the Connection of General Robert C. Schenck, United States Minister at the Court of Saint James with the Emma Mine (So Called), and the Remarks of Hon. Abram S. Hewitt, of New York, in Reference Thereto. Made in the House of Representatives , May 25, 1876. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1876.

    12. Emma Mine Materials (undated)

    a. "Points in the Case of General Schenck, with Reference to the Evidence Taken Before the Honorable Committee of Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives"

    b. "America" - News Clip

    c. 'Justice', "A Good Word for the Emma Mine. Why the English Company Did Not Find it Valuable" - News Clip

    d. "General Schenck--Financial Notes" edited by Alexander MacDougall - News Clip

    e. "Latest Intelligence. The Emma Mine (by Cable)" - News Clip

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1877-95; Box 6.3 Files: [Correspondence is to or from Schenck except where noted]

    1. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (1877-78)

    a. From Martin Tuffer [?] (February 24, 1877)

    b. To President Rutherford B. Hayes (March 27, 1877)[copy]

    c. From Kilbourn and Olmstead (June 22, 1877)

    d. From Hallet Kilbourn (June 28, 1877)

    e. From Kilbourn and Olmstead (July 13, 1877)

    f. H.R. 1118, House of Representatives, "A Bill . . . to allow repayment by the Secretary of the Treasury of the tonnage-taxe where it has been exacted in contravention of treaty provisions." (November 6, 1877)

    g. To President Rutherford B. Hayes (December 31, 1877)[copy]

    h. "Report. To the Stockholders of the Chicago, Wilmington and Vermillion Coal Company" (January 1, 1878)

    i. From [?] Chicago (January 4, 1878)

    j. To H. T. Hall (January 7, 1878)

    k. From H. T. Hall (January 16, 1878)

    l. H.R., Rept. no. 124, "Refunding Tonnage Tax" (February 16, 1878)

    m. From George O. Glavis (May 1, 1878)

    n. From ? Conkling, U.S. Senate (May 14, 1878)

    o. From Ebon C. Ingersoll (May 28, 1878)

    p. From Ebon C. Ingersoll (June 3, 1878)

    q. From Ebon C. Ingersoll (June 5, 1878)

    r. From Ebon C. Ingersoll (June 7, 1878)

    s. From C. F. Gunckel (June 20, 1878)

    t. From Ebon C. Ingersoll (July 5, 1878)

    u. From J. H. Flagg (July 11, 1878)

    v. From George O. Glavis to J. H. Flagg (August 2, 1878)

    w. From J. H. Flagg (August 2, 1878)

    x. From J. H. Flagg (August 5, 1878)

    y. To J. H. Flagg (August 5, 1878)

    z. From J. H. Flagg (August 13, 1878)

    aa. From J. H. Flagg (August 30, 1878)

    bb. From J. H. Flagg (September 8, 1878)

    cc. From O. A. Gager (September 3, 1878)

    dd. To "My dear Sister Lib" (September 19, 1878)

    ee. From O. A. Gager (September 23, 1878)

    ff. From C F. Haviland to Gordon Castle (October 7, 1878)

    gg. From O. A. Gager (October 7, 1878)

    hh. From O. A. Gager (October 8, 1878)

    ii. From O. A. Gager (October 12, 1878)

    jj. "The General Porter Inquiry. Gen. Sigels' Testimony" [from N. Y. Times (October 16, 1878)

    kk. From Gardner Recorder [?] (October 21, 1878)

    ll. From J. F. Stark (November 1, 1878)

    2. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (1879)

    a. "Description of Property and By-laws of the Carbonate Hill Mining Co., of Leadville Colorado" (1879)

    b. Arrears of Pension statement from the Department of the Interior (April 24, 1879)

    c. From Robert W. Steele (June 26, 1879)

    d. From E. B. Finch (July 2, 1879)

    e. From ?, U.S. Treasury (July 3, 1879)

    f. From H. Raynery [?], U.S. Department of Justice (July 8, 1879)

    g. From I. [?] Farmer, Washington, D.C. (July 10, 1879)

    h. From A. L. Sweet (July 10, 1879)

    i. From Robert W. Steele (July 28, 1879)

    j. From William Evarts (August 8, 1879)

    k. From David Floyd (August 11, 1879)

    l. From Robert W. Steele (August 13, 1879)

    m. From William Evarts (August 13, 1879)

    n. From David Floyd (August 16, 1879)

    o. From Robert W. Steele (August 19, 1879)

    p. From David Floyd (September 24, 1879)

    q. From Robert W. Steele (September 27, 1879)

    r. From L. C. Chittenden (September 30, 1879)

    s. From Robert W. Steele (October 3, 1879)

    t. From David Floyd (October 11, 1879)

    u. From William Evarts (October 11, 1879)

    v. Notes to S. W. Dorsey (October 23, 1879)

    w. From S. W. Dorsey (October 23, 1879)

    x. From Drexel M. and Co. (October 23, 1879)

    y. From F. Walton (October 26, 1879)

    z. Notice of items of plantiffs claim in The United States aa. David G. Floyd (October 28, 1879)

    aa. From S. W. Dorsey (October 28, 1879)

    bb. From S. W. Dorsey (October 29, 1879)

    cc. Receipt from S. W. Dorsey (October 30, 1879)

    dd. From S. W. Dorsey (October 31, 1879)

    ee. From Chittenden and Hubbard (November 8, 1879)

    ff. From Robert W. Steele (November 18, 1879)

    gg. "The Carbonate Hill Mining Company" New York Trade Reporter (November 28, 1879)

    hh. From Robert W. Steele (December 6, 1879)

    ii. From Chittenden and Hubbard (December 12, 1879)

    jj. From Robert W. Steele (December 17, 1879)

    kk. From Chittenden and Hubbard (December 17, 1879)

    ll. From William Smith (December 22, 1879)

    mm. From Robert W. Steele (December 29, 1879)

    3. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (1880)

    a. From William Smith (January 3, 1880)

    b. From John N. Dennison (January 5, 1880)

    c. From David Floyd (January 5, 1880)

    d. Promisory note from C. R. Bissell (January 6, 1880)

    e. From William Smith (January 6, 1880)

    f. From Crittenden and Hubbard (January 7, 1880)

    g. From A. W. Tenny [?}, Office of the U.S. District Attorney, Eastern District of New York (January 8, 1880)

    h. From Robert W. Steele (January 8, 1880)

    i. "Carbonate Hill Mining Co" New York Evening Mail (January 8, 1880)

    j. Dividend notice from Chicago, Wilmington, and Vermillion Coal (January 15, 1880)

    k. From Chittenden and Hubbard (January 19, 1880)

    l. To Kenneth Rayner (January 20, 1880)[copy]

    m. From David Floyd (January 22, 1880)

    n. From H. D. Cooke, Jr. (January 23, 1880)

    o. From Chittenden and Hubbard (January 26, 1880)

    p. From H. D. Cooke, Jr. (January 27, 1880)

    q. From S. W. Dorsey (February 5, 1880)

    r. From S. W. Dorsey (February 20, 1880)

    s. From C. G. Lincoln (February 21, 1880)

    t. From William Smith (February 24, 1880)

    u. To Robert W. Steele from William Smith [?] (From March 5, 1880)

    v. From Robert W. Steele (March 12, 1880)

    w. From J. M. Olmstead (March 26, 1880)

    x. From Chittenden and Hubbard (March 27, 1880)

    y. From L. E. Chittenden (March 31, 1880)

    z. From Robert W. Steele (March 31, 1880)

    aa. Account Statement - Drexel Morgan and Company (March 31, 1880)

    bb. Statement re. stock held in The Ladies' Co-operative Dress Association (May 4, 1880)

    cc. Promisory note to H. D. Cooke, Co. (June 14, 1880)

    dd. From G. L. Hubbard (June 18, 1880)

    ee. From S. W. Dorsey (July 10, 1880)

    ff. From H. D. Cooke, Jr. (July 23, 1880)

    gg. From S. W. Dorsey (September 9, 1880)

    hh. B. F. Stevens/Virginia Vaughn Correspondence (October-November 1880)[copies of 4 letters]

    ii. From Robert W. Steele (October 15, 1880)

    jj. From J. B. Swasey (October 30, 1880)

    kk. From J. B. Swasey (November 6, 1880)

    ll. From B. F. Stevens (November 20, 1880)

    mm. From Robert A. Cheesebrough (November 26, 1880)

    nn. St. Mary's Canal Mineral Land Company, Notice of Dividend (December 21, 1880)

    4. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (1881-82)

    a. From S. W. Dorsey (January 4, 1881)

    b. From Robert W. Steele (January 10, 1881)

    c. To S. W. Dorsey (January 24, 1881)[copy]

    d. From S. W. Dorsey (January 31, 1881)

    e. From James D. Fish [?](February 7, 1881?)

    f. To President Rutherford B. Hayes (February 11, 1881) [copy]

    g. From S. W. Dorsey (February 24, 1881)

    h. From A. L. Sweet (March 4, 1881)

    i. From S. W. Dorsey (March 17, 1881)

    j. From Luther Mendenhall to the Stockholders of the Western Land Association of Minnesota (April 5, 1881)

    k. From Charles Este (April 5, 1881)

    l. From Charles Este (April 13, 1881)

    m. From Charles Este (May 27, 1881)

    n. From Charles S. Hinchman (June 1, 1881)

    o. From James D. Fish (June 2, 1881)

    p. To President James A. Garfield (June 18, 1881)

    q. Co-operative Dress Association Stock Certificate (July 1881)

    r. From First Lady Lucretia Garfield (July 17, 1881)

    s. From J. G. Blaine (August 3, 1881)

    t. From John C. Poor (October 31, 1881)

    u. From [?] (December 16, 1881)

    v. From M. Woodhull [?] (December 9, 1881)

    w. From Joseph W. Clark and John N. Denison, St. Mary's Canal Mineral Land Company (January 23, 1882)

    x. Notes on transactions re. St. Mary's Canal Mining Land Co. (January -May 1882)

    y. From John N. Denison (February 3, 1882)

    z. From John N. Denison (March 3, 1882)

    aa. From L. H. Taylor and Co. (March 10, 1882)

    bb. From C. H. Grosruon [?] (March 19, 1882)

    cc. From Edward E. Denniston to Charles Este (March 23, 1882)

    dd. From Charles Este (March 24, 1882)

    ee. From M. Woodhull[?] (April 16, 1882)

    ff. From A. B. Nettleton (April 22, 1882)

    gg. From James D. Bush [?] (April 27, 1882)

    hh. "North Western Manufacturing and Car Company. City of Stillwater. State of Minnesota Incorporated, May 1882" [brochure]

    ii. From A. S. Bigelow (May 4, 1882)

    jj. From W. G. Bond (May 8, 1882)

    kk. From A. B. Nettleton (May 19, 1882)

    ll. From John Atwater (June 13, 1882)

    mm. From O. Ferriss (July 21, 1882)

    nn. From Schenck[?] ( 1883)[copy of form letter?]

    oo. From D. Naylor (July 13, 1882)

    pp. "Memorial of John J. Key Protesting Against the Ratification of the Convention between the United States and Mexico, providing for the reopening and retrying of the claims of Benjamin Weil and La Abra Silver Mining Company against Mexico" (July 27, 1882)

    qq. From J. C. Gorman [?], North Western Manufacturing and Car Company (August 7, 1882)

    rr. From Temple [?], Newport, R.I. (August 8, 1882)

    ss. From A. D. Schenck (August 16, 1882)

    tt. From J. C. Gorman [?], North Western Manufacturing and Car Company (August 14, 1882)

    uu. From J. C. Hall (August 24, 1882)

    vv. From J. C. Gorman [?], North Western Manufacturing and Car Company (August 29, 1882)

    ww. Stock dividend receipt, North Western Manufacturing and Car Company (September 29, 1882)

    xx. From [?] re. Carbonite Hill Mining Company (October 13, 1882)

    yy. From H. B. Anthony (November 27, 1882)

    zz. From F. J. Phillips (December 5, 1882)

    aaa. Notes on transactions re. Carbonite Hill Mining Company (December 12, 1882)

    bbb. From William Smith [?] (December 19, 1882)

    ccc. From William Smith [?] (December 21, 1882)

    5. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (1883-84)

    a. Copy of form letter from Schenck re. his illness (1883)

    b. "Memorandum of Shares of Stock of Carbonate Hill Mining Co. held by Genl. William F. Smith"(1883)

    c. From William Smith (?, 1883)

    d. From William Smith (January 15, 1883)

    e. From William Smith (February 14, 1883)

    f. Receipt for stock received by William Smith from Schenck (March 14, 1883)

    g. Notes on transactions re. Carbonite Hill Mining Co. (March 14, 1883)

    h. Schenck account statement with H. D. Cooke, Jr. and Co. current to March 17, 1883

    i. Note on financial transaction (March 17, 1883)

    j. From William Smith (March 17, 1883)

    k. From the directors of the Tamarack Mining Company (March 26, 1883)

    l. From Charles S. Hinchman (April 14, 1883)

    m. From William Smith (May 23, 1883)

    n. From William F. Smith (May 29, 1883)

    o. Receipt from H. D. Cooke, Co. (June 8, 1883)

    p. Dividend notice from North Western Manufacturing and Car Co. (June 26, 1883)

    q. Account statement from H. D. Cooke, Co. (June 30, 1883)

    r. From William F. Smith (July 2, 1883)

    s. From J. N. Denison, Treasurer, St. Mary's Canal Mineral Land Company (July 6, 1883)

    t. Invitation to ex-soldiers reunion (July 9, 1883)

    u. From H. D. Cooke, Jr. (August 25, 1883)

    v. From W. B. Allison (September 16, 1883)

    w. From William Smith (September 20, 1883)

    x. To H. D. Cooke, Co. [?] (September 20, 1883)

    y. From H. D. Cooke (September 20, 1883?)

    z. From H. D. Cooke (September 20, 1883)

    aa. From A. S. Bigelow (September 24, 1883)

    bb. Dividend notice from Northwestern Manufacturing and Car Company (September 27, 1883)

    cc. Account statement from H. D. Cooke, Co. (September 30, 1883)

    dd. From D. Casey [?] (October 1, 1883)

    ee. "Carbonite Hill Mining Company of Leadville, Colorado. Annual Report"(November 1883)

    ff. From William F. Smith (December 23, 1883)

    gg. From John W. Corson (October 4, 1884)

    hh. From Thomas L. Ogden (October 13, 1883)

    ii. List of Names (November 10, 1883)

    jj. From H. B. Anthony (November 24, 1883)

    kk. From A. S. Bigelow(November 26, 1883)

    ll. From C. R. P. Rodgers [?] (December 13, 1883)

    mm. From William F. Smith (December 16, 1883)

    nn. From Clayton McMichael (1884)

    oo. From H. D. Cooke (January 23, 1884)

    pp. From F. J. Phillips (February 26, 1884)

    qq. From Joseph P. Bradley (April 6, 1884)

    rr. From Henry W. Waterworth (April 7, 1884)

    ss. From John N. Denison (April 14, 1884)

    tt. From William Eaton Chandler, Secretary of the Navy (May 7, 1884)

    uu. "Statement of the Actual Assets and Liabilities of the North Western Manufacturing and Car Company" (May 10, 1884)

    vv. From A. L. Sweet (May 10, 1884)

    ww. From H. D. Cook, Co. (June 17, 1884)

    xx. From C. D. Barney and Co. (June 25, 1884)

    yy. From Warren Choate (June 25, 1884)

    zz. From H., D. Cooke (June 26, 1884)

    aaa. From Henry W. Waterworth (September 24, 1884)

    bbb. To James G. Blaine (October 14, 1884)[draft]

    ccc. From George Church to William Smith (October 31, 1884)

    ddd. "Copy of Balance Sheet of C.H.M.C. for Fiscal Year ending 1 Nov. 1884"

    eee. From George Church to William Smith (November 8, 1884)

    6. Correspondence from Wiliam F. Smith (n.d., possibly 1883-84) [29 letters]

    7. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (1885-87)

    a. North Western Manufacturing and Car Company "The principal Changes, and their Causes, since Satement May 10, '84. . . . "

    b. From J. N. Denison, Treasurer, St. Mary's Canal Mineral Land Company (1885)

    c. From A. D. Schenck (January 1, 1885)

    d. From Thomas F. Baynard (January 8, 1885)

    e. From Robert L. Belknap (February 20, 1885)

    f. "Assets and Liabilities of the N. W. Mf'g & Car Company" (March 1, 1885)

    g. From J. N. Denison, Treasurer, St. Mary's Canal Mineral Land Company (March 10, 1885)

    h. From Frank E. Clark (March 20, 1885)

    i. From R. L. Belknap (March 31, 1885)

    j. From A. S. Bigelow (April 1, 1885)

    k. From A. S. Bigelow (April 7, 1885)

    l. From A. S. Bigelow (April 10, 1885)

    m. To A. Thorndike Rice, editor of the North American Review (April 26, 1885)

    n. From A. Thorndike Rice (April 30, 1885)

    o. From A. Thorndike Rice (April 30, 1885)

    p. From A. Thorndike Rice (May 2, 1885)

    q. From A. S. Bigelow (June 1885)

    r. From A. S. Bigelow (June 24, 1885)

    s. From J. N. Denison (July 19, 1885)

    t. From A. S. Bigelow (July 24, 1885)

    u. From William Smith (July 28, 1885)

    v. Promisory note from Schenck (July 31, 1885)

    w. From William F. Smith (August 12, 1885)

    x. From A. Thorndike Rice (August 14, 1885)

    y. From Robert Lincoln (August 17, 1885)

    z. From [?] (October 28, 1885)

    aa. From J. O. Thompson (January 3, 1886)

    bb. To Theodore F. Dwight (January 8, 1886)[copy]

    cc. From A. S. Bigelow (January 25, 1886)

    dd. From J. O. Thompson (January 26, 1886)

    ee. Notice of draft drawn by J. O. Thompson in favor of Schenck (February 27, 1886)

    ff. "Assets and Liabilities of the N.W. Mfg. and Car Co. and of E. S. Brown. Receiver" (March 1, 1886)

    gg. From James G. Blaine (March 17, 1886)

    hh. "The Tamarack Mine" Boston Evening Transcript (April 6, 1886)

    ii. From Joseph W. Clark and John N. Denison, St. Mary's Canal Mineral Land Company (April 7, 1886)

    jj. "The Tamarack Mine" The Callumet News (April 9, 1886)

    kk. From E. D. Phelps (May 9, 1886)

    ll. Invitation to dedication of Daniel Webster statue (May 11, 1886)

    mm. From A. S. Bigelow (June 7, 1886)

    nn. To Moody Cremer and Gilman Marston (June 12, 1886)

    oo. From A. S. Bigelow (June 30, 1886)

    pp. From Rufus King (July 22, 1886)

    qq. From H. W. Waterworth (August 4, 1886)

    rr. From A. S. Bigelow (August 28, 1886)

    ss. From J. N. Denison (September 15, 1886)

    tt. From A. S. Bigelow (November 17, 1886)

    uu. From Charles S. Hinchman (December 14, 1886)

    vv. From A. S. Bigelow (January 21, 1887)

    ww. From S. Craighead (February 9, 1887)

    xx. From Jas. F. Schenck (February 15, 1887)

    yy. From Robert Lincoln (February 20, 1887)

    zz. To "My Dear Uncle" from [?] (February 21, 1887)

    aaa. "Assets and Liabilities of the N. W. Mfg. and Car Co. and of E. S. Brown, Receiver" (March 1, 1887)

    bbb. From the office of the Northwestern Manufacturing and Car Co. (May 10, 1887)

    ccc. From Robert Lincoln (May 12, 1887)

    ddd. From H. W. Waterworth (May 12, 1887)

    eee. From Randolph Harrison (June 16, 1887)

    fff. Smith Account (June 22, 1887)

    ggg. To "Dear Genl." (June 25, 1887)

    hhh. To Randolph Harrison (June 25, 1887)

    iii. Poem

    jjj. From Randolph Harrison (June 27, 1887)

    kkk. "Report of the Tamarack Mining Company for the Year Ending June 30, 1887"

    lll. From D. B. Dewey (July 11, 1887)

    mmm. From Alex Hamilton, Jr. (July 30 [1887?])

    nnn. From J. N. Denison (August 7, 1887)

    ooo. From A. S. Bigelow (August 9, 1887)

    ppp. From Craighead and Craighead to James F. Schenck (September 12, 1887)

    qqq. From James F. Schenck (September 20, 1887)

    rrr. From Joseph P. Bradley (November 8, 1887)

    sss. From Thomas H. Gardner (November 25, 1887)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; 1871-95; Box 6.4 Files: [Correspondence is to or from Schenck except where noted]

    1. Correspondence and Materials re. Published Accounts of Civil War Events (1885-87)

    2. Printed Copies of "Memorandum. Dictated by Genl. Robert C. Schenck, Washington, D.C., Oct. 3, 1884" (1887)

    3. Official and Professional Correspondence and Papers (1888-95)

    a. "St. Mary's Canal Mineral Land Co. 1888"

    b. From Riggs and Company (January 12, 1888)

    c. From L. N. Middlebrook [Editor of the Century magazine] (February 27, 1888)

    d. From A. S. Bigelow (February 27, 1888)

    e. From A. S. Bigelow (April 6, 1888)

    f. From A. S. Bigelow (April 16, 1888)

    g. From W. Boynton and W. S. Van Horne (May 15, 1888)

    h. From C. Butler (May 18, 1888)

    i. From A. S. Bigelow (May 21, 1888)

    j. From Jim Schenck (May 23, 1888)

    k. From Robert T. Lincoln (May 28, 1888)

    l. From the Office of Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography (May 29, 1888)

    m. From A. S. Bigelow (June 1, 1888)

    n. To "My Dear Uncle Robert" (June 8, 1888)

    o. From W. S. Van Horne (June 8, 1888)

    p. From S. Craighead (July 3, 1888)

    q. From S. Craighead (July 17, 1888)

    r. From D. H. Williams (July 18, 1888)

    s. From S. Craighead (July 23, 1888)

    t. From A. G. Stanwood, Treasurer, St. Mary's Canal Mineral Land Company (August 16, 1888)

    u. From S. Craighead (September 10, 1888)

    v. From Samuel McKie (September 19, 1888)

    w. From S. Craighead (September 20, 1888)

    x. From Levi P. Morton (November 14, 1888)

    y. From A. S. Bigelow (December 4, 1888)

    z. Notes on financial transactions (December 7, 1888)

    aa. From A. S. Bigelow (December 20, 1888)

    bb. To Thomas W. Canfield (December 23, 1888)

    cc. From A. L. Bigelow (December 24, 1888)

    dd. From E. F. Beale (December 26, 1888)

    ee. From W. Glelank (January 14, 1889)

    ff. From Robert Jarvis (January 18, 1889)

    gg. From A. S. Bigelow (January 22, 1889)

    hh. From A. G. Stanwood, Secretary, St. Mary's Canal Mineral Land Co. (January 31, 1889)

    ii. From James K. McKammon (February 28, 1889)

    jj. From E. M. Holford (March 28, 1889)

    kk. From Robert Harris (April 18, 1889)

    ll. From A. S. Bigelow (April 18, 1889)

    mm. From S. Craighead (April 20, 1889)

    nn. From W. S. Clark (June 1, 1889)

    oo. From A. S. Bigelow (June 4, 1889)

    pp. From Robert Harris (June 22, 1889)

    qq. From James G. Blaine (July 15, 1889)

    rr. From Max Woodhull (July 20, 1889)

    ss. From Robert Harris (August 9, 1889)

    tt. From A. S. Bigelow (September 30, 1889)

    uu. From A. S. Bigelow (October 1, 1889)

    vv. From Walker Blaine (October 2, 1889)

    ww. From Max Woodhull (November 23, 1889)

    xx. Correspondence with Drexel, Morgan, and Co. re. account (December 10-11, 1889)

    yy. List of Western Land Association Directors (1890?)

    zz. "St. Mary's Canal Mineral Land Co." (1890)

    aaa. From Robert Harris (January 30, 1890)

    bbb. From [?], Northern Pacific Railroad Company (January 30, 1890)

    ccc. From A. G. Stanwood (January 31, 1890)

    ddd. From A. S. Bigelow (January 30, 1890)

    eee. From A. L. Sweet (February 4, 1890)

    fff. From H, A, Crandall to Elizabeth Schenck (June 3, 1890)

    ggg. From E. F. Beale (June 10, 1889)

    hhh. From Alfred Kimber (June 17, 1889)

    iii. Invitation from the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States (April 15, 1890)

    jjj. From A. S. Bigelow (April 24, 1890)

    kkk. From R. Ross Perry (March 26, 1891)

    lll. From William A. Leonard (March 11, 1891)

    mmm. James S. Gibbs (November 12, 1891)

    nnn. From D. B. Dewey, E.D. Buffington, and D. N. Morgan (August 1, 1893)

    ooo. From S. M. Schenck to W, S, Sharf (May 24, 1895)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Correspondence and Materials; Box 7 Files: [Correspondence is to or from Schenck except where noted]

    1. Correspondence

    a. From H. H. Lechwood [?], Anapolis Maryland (March 2)

    b. From George R. Este (September 16)

    c. From A. S. Fiske (February 8)

    d. From W. H. (May 14)

    e. From "a New Yorker" (June 22)

    f. From L. W.[?] (February 22)

    g. From Robert Bickersteth (October 13)

    h. From J. C. Hamilton (October)

    i. From Gabriel Crane

    j. From H. W. Johnston

    k. From W. A. Seward

    l. From W. A. Seward

    m. From Jacob Wagner

    n. From L. Dille

    o. From Max W.

    p. From Max W.

    q. From Max W.

    r. From George Cole and G. Winporte [?]

    s. From F. Bruce

    t. From Virginia Vaughan

    u. From Charles H. Marshall

    v. From Edward S. Pierreport

    w. From H. M. Davis

    x. From H. M. Davis

    y. From Frank Taylor

    z. From Mary Thomas

    aa. From J. G. B. Davis

    bb. From W. C. Johnson

    cc. From W. C. Johnson

    dd. To "My Dear [Badeau?]"

    ee. From ?

    ff. Unsigned

    2. Financial Materials

    a. "Western Filtering Oil Company"

    b. "Memo. of amt of Recept taken up-Fort Wayne Western Rail Road, in Jasper Co."

    c. "List of Lands Deeded to Fort Wayne Western Rail Road in Jasper County, Indiana"

    d. "Subscription to pay for the original Survery, Fort Wayne Western Rail Road, Amount to be passed to credit of subscribers on the cash installments"[copy]

    e. "Original Survey Account of Chp. Eng. + List of Subscribers"

    f. "Abstract of Title to . . . Lake County Minnesota"

    g. "Lake County, Minnesota--1160 acres of land sold"

    h. "Lands of Geo. W. Spitter, Jasper County, Indiana"

    i. "Memorandum. Aticles in R. C. Schenck's Br. Box left temporarily for safe keeping with R. S. Chesebrough, Esq."

    j. Ohio Stockholders - Union Pacific Railway E. D.

    k. "Robert C. Schenck vs. Marshall County. Statement of amt. due each bond-holder in Judgment"

    l. Statements of Schenck's account with H.D. Cooke and Co.

    m. Note outlining Schenck's indebtedness to Jay Cooke and Co.

    n. Notice by Schenck of Land for Sale

    o. Evaluation of the Tamarack Mine by Charles E. Wright, Commissioner of Mineral Statistics for Michigan

    p. Contractors' costs for railroad project

    q. Copy of S. M.cGiffen letter authorizing subscription to the Fort Wayne Western Rail Road Company

    r. List of shareholders

    s. List of transactions of Schenck and others

    t. Memo from Chittenden and Hubbard, Lawyers, outlining charges for services in case of U.S. vs. Floyd

    u. Summary of actions at meeting of subscribers of Fort Wayne and Western Rail Road Company

    3. General Materials I

    a. Resolution regarding US payment of financial obligations [annotated printed copies and copy of Schenck's notes]

    b. "American Finances" London News

    c. "General Statement, with Proposals inviting Immediate Consideration of Capitalists"

    d. A Bill . . . to regulate the price and Gold and Greenbacks

    e. Copies of bill authorizing Secretary of the Treasury to issue registered bonds

    f. Schenck's copy of act to increase the revenue from duties on imports

    g. "Funding Bill Handed Me by Genl. Garfield"

    h. "A Bill to reduce the interest and facilitate the payment of the Public Debt"

    i. "Rates of Duty on Steel Locomotive Tyres."

    j. Notes on remaks to the House of Representatives on tariff legislation

    k "A Bill for funding the National Debt"

    l. Copy of "A Bill to authorize the refunding and consolidation of the National Debt, and for other purposes"

    m. Statement on recent Senate Bill to limit restitution claims

    4. General Materials II

    a. Remarks re. defects in the "present Medical organization of the U.S. Army"

    b. Statement on relation of Medical Science to the present system of Army service

    c. "Why Reform in the Medical System of the Army is demanded

    d. "A Bill to establish and fix the Medical Department of the Army of the United States"

    e. Proposal re. promotion and retirement of Naval officers

    f. Notes re. the background of certain officers of the general staff of the regular army

    g. "A Joint Resolution for the protection of Citizens of the United States in the matter of Public Loans of the Republican Government of Mexico"

    h. Statement re. possible US recognition of the Mexican government of Maximillian

    i. Regarding French activities in Mexico to protect its "Latin" interests

    j. Statement on the Liabilities of the Republic of Mexico being used as a pretext for a French invasion

    k. Copy of resolution to protect U.S. citizens who see fit to advance money to a "friendly" Mexican republic

    l. "Memoranda Concerning Freedmen's Bureau."

    m. Copy of resolution to establish a bureau to contol all subects "relating to Refugees and Freedmen from rebel States."

    5. General Materials III

    a. "Amendment to the Senate Bill for Inspection of goods at Arsenals"

    b. Schenck's response to remarks made by the chairman of the Ways and Means Committee

    c. "American Mail and Ocean Transportation Bill"

    d. "The World's Appeal. Fortieth Congress of the United States"

    e. List of Associations of Bankers at Paris

    f. Notes on proviso of a proposed Constitutional amendment establishing procedures in the event "any state lately in rebellion shall reject the proposed amendment"

    g. Copy of act to exempt certain individuals from the general proclimation of amnesty for participating in the late rebellion

    h. Notes on resolution accepting Tennessee back into the Union

    i. "Opinion of Judge Advocate Wm. L. Marshall in the Spates case"

    j. Copy of speech re. government subsidies for railroad development

    k. Typescript of Schenck's reminiscences of Abraham Lincoln

    l. "Richard Pullen on Currency Ills"

    m. Copies of Itinerary for August-October

    6. General Materials IV

    a. Letter to delegates to the Republic Convention from supporters of McLean and Fremont

    b. List by district of representatives from the State of Ohio

    c. Lists of numbers of registered white and colored voters in the old Confederate states, with statistics of supporters and opponents of convention

    d. List of States Senators/State Represenatives

    e. Lists of Senators and Representatives from Ohio

    f. Ohio Legislature - Union Members

    g. "Senatorial Nominations"/"Nominations Reps"

    h. "Counties having 1 member in last House"

    i. "The Peace Democracy Alias Copperheads"[pamphlet denouncing Clement Vallandigham and his supporters]

    j. "Facts for the Consideration of the Laboring Men of the South. Published by the Union Republican Congressional Committee."

    k. "Claim of W. J. Hale against the Argentine Republic"

    l. Instructions to Administrators of Estates

    m. Copy of resolution outlining steps US government should take to deal with the recent outbreak of Asiatic Cholera

    n. "In the Matter of the Resolution of Inquiry of the Senate relative to the Ninth Article of the Treaty of 1819 with Spain"

    o. Leaflet calling for reconstitution of Joint Committee on Ordinance

    p. Fragment of Congressional address on background of Mexican-American War

    q. "In the matter of the Claim for re-payment of principle owed by the North German League [?]"

    r. Petition of appreciation from citizens of Dayton, Ohio

    s. List of participants in the 1st meeting of the Friends of General Schenck, Washington

    7. General Materials V

    a. Richard Pullen on Currency Ills

    b. Travel Itinerary for August-October

    c. Notes on Scottish travels

    d. Stockholders' resolution re. American Central Railway

    e. Memorandum for Schenck from Georg S. Hitter[?]

    f. "Wealth represented at the Baltimore Dinner"

    g. Copy of section of United States Statute from April 30, 1790

    h. Lists of possible Confederate sympathizers?

    i. Account of proceedings of subscribers to the Fort Wayne and Western Rail Road

    j. Copy of memorandum re. Summers, the Superintendent of the "Yankee Doodle Mine"

    8. Fragments and ephemera

    a. Financial notes and fragments

    b. Fragments of stock materials

    c. Fragments re. Fort Wayne and Mississippi Rail Road Co.

    d. Anagrams and verse

    e. Miscellaneous fragments, envelopes, and Ephemera

    9. Maps

    a. Chicago, Wilmington, and Vermillion Coal Co. Mines

    b. Skeleton Map of the Ft. Wayne Western Rail Road Company through Indiana

    c. Land map

    d. Fragment of Northeastern US land map

    10. Invitations

    11. Responses to Invitations

    12. Assorted Scrapbook and Newspaper Clippings

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Family Correspondence; 1846-1902; Box 8.1 Files: [Correspondence of Robert Schenck unless otherwise noted]

    1. Schenck to His Daughter Sally (1848-53)

    a. February 22, 1848

    b. June 21, 1849

    c. July 28, 1849

    d. August 3, 1849

    e. November 11, 1851

    f. November 23, 1851

    g. December 6, 1851

    h. December 20, 1851

    i. January 13, 1852

    j. January 13, 1852

    k. February 11, 1852

    l. February 22, 1852

    m. February 4, 1852

    n. March 25, 1852

    o. April 5, 1852

    p. April 19, 1852

    q. May 4, 1852

    r. May 18, 1852

    s. June 14, 1852

    t. July 24, 1852

    u. August 23, 1852

    v. October 15, 1852

    w. November 8, 1852

    x. December 20, 1852

    y. January 14, 1853

    z. February 8, 1853

    aa. March 15, 1853

    bb. May 24, 1853

    cc. August 19, 1853

    dd. September 19, 1853

    2. Schenck to His Daughter Sally (1854-55)

    a. June 1, 1854

    b. June 10, 1854

    c. June 22, 1854

    d. June 30, 1854

    e. September 6, 1854

    f. November 5, 1854

    g. December 5, 1854

    h. December 5, 1854

    i. December 31, 1854

    j. January 18, 1855

    k. January 30, 1855

    l. March 6, 1855

    m. March 18, 1855

    n. April 1, 1855

    o. May 27, 1855

    p. June 5, 1855

    q. June 13, 1855

    r. June 14, 1855

    s. June 27, 1855

    t. July 8, 1855

    u. July 14, 1855

    v. September 7, 1855

    w. September 10, 1855

    x. September 28, 1855

    y. October 22, 1855

    z. November 1, 1855

    aa. November 20, 1855

    bb. December 9, 1855

    cc. December 23, 1855

    3. Schenck to His Daughter Sally (1856-57)

    a. January 3, 1856

    b. January 31, 1856

    c. February 12, 1856

    d. February 22, 1856

    e. March 10, 1856

    f. March 20, 1856

    g. March 30, 1856

    h. April 25, 1856

    i. May 10, 1856

    j. May 18, 1856

    k. May 29, 1856

    l. June 9, 1856

    m. June 11, 1856

    n. July 6, 1856

    o. July 18, 1856

    p. July 26, 1856

    q. August 6, 1856

    r. September 6, 1856

    s. September 19, 1856

    t. September 28, 1856

    u. October 8, 1856

    v. November 2, 1856

    w. November 16, 1856

    x. November 30, 1856

    y. December 10, 1856

    z. December 25, 1856

    aa. January 15, 1857

    bb. February 7, 1857

    cc. February 14, 1857

    dd. February 27, 1857

    ee. March 16, 1857

    ff. March 27, 1857

    gg. April 24, 1857

    hh. May 8, 1857

    ii. May 20, 1857

    jj. June 3, 1857

    kk. June 14, 1857

    ll. June 24, 1857

    mm. July 5, 1857

    nn. July 18, 1857

    oo. August 30, 1857

    pp. September 22, 1857

    qq. September 26, 1857

    rr. October 1, 1857

    ss. October 9, 1857

    tt. October 15, 1857

    uu. October 25, 1857

    vv. November 1, 1857

    ww. November 7, 1857

    xx. November 22, 1857

    yy. November 14, 1857

    zz. November 29, 1857

    aaa. December 8, 1857

    bbb. December 15, 1857

    ccc. December 20, 1857

    ddd. December 28, 1857

    4. Schenck to His Daughter Sally (1858)

    a. January 3, 1858

    b. January 11, 1858

    c. January 18, 1858

    d. January 23, 1858

    e. January 31, 1858

    f. February 9, 1858

    g. February 22, 1858

    h. February 27, 1858

    i. March 7, 1858

    j. March 15, 1858

    k. March 21, 1858

    l. April 1, 1858

    m. April 15, 1858

    n. April 19, 1858

    o. April 25, 1858

    p. May 1, 1858

    q. May 7, 1858

    r. May 15, 1858)

    s. (May 22, 1858

    t. May 30, 1858

    u. June 6, 1858

    v. June 12, 1858

    w. June 19, 1858

    x. June 22, 1858

    y. July 2, 1858

    z. July 22, 1858

    aa. August 2, 1858

    bb. August 16, 1858

    cc. August 25, 1858

    dd. September 2, 1858

    ee. September 6, 1858

    ff. September 9, 1858

    gg. September 14, 1858

    hh. October 3, 1858

    ii. October 17, 1858

    jj. October 25, 1858

    kk. November 4, 1858

    ll. November 15, 1858

    mm. November 21, 1858

    nn. December 2, 1858

    oo. December 16, 1858

    pp. December 11, 1858

    qq. December 26, 1858

    5. Schenck to His Daughter Sally (1859-60)

    a. January 3, 1859

    b. January 16, 1859

    c. January 22, 1859

    d. March 6, 1859

    e. April 15, 1859

    f. May 13, 1859

    g. June 2, 1859

    h. December 10, 1859

    i. December 18, 1859

    j. January 6, 1860

    k. January 16, 1860

    l. February 1, 1860

    m. February 9, 1860

    n. February 23, 1860

    o. June 21, 1860

    p. June 28, 1860

    q. August 7, 1860

    r. August 17, 1860

    s. November 23, 1860

    6. Schenck to His Daughter Sally (1861)

    a. January 5, 1861

    b. February 5, 1861

    c. February 27, 1861

    d. March 10, 1861

    e. March 25, 1861

    f. May 30, 1861

    g. June 6, 1861

    h. June 9, 1861

    i. June 17, 1861

    j. June 25, 1861

    k. July 3, 1861

    l. July 7, 1861

    m. July 13, 1861

    n. August 20, 1861

    o. August 28, 1861

    p. September 6, 1861

    q. September 11, 1861

    r. September 16, 1861

    s. September 21, 1861

    t. September 23, 1861

    u. September 27, 1861

    v. October 11, 1861

    w. October 16, 1861

    x. October 21, 1861

    y. October 21, 1861

    z. October 28, 1861

    aa. November 4, 1861

    bb. November 9, 1861

    cc. November 14, 1861

    dd. November 16, 1861

    ee. December 23, 1861

    ff. December 26, 1861

    gg. December 30, 1861

    7. Schenck to His Daughter Sally (1862)

    a. March 8, 1862

    b. March 15, 1862

    c. March 15, 1862

    d. March 28, 1862

    e. April 6, 1862

    f. April 8, 1862

    g. April 14, 1862

    h. April 17, 1862

    i. April 21, 1862

    j. May 14, 1862

    k. May 18, 1862

    l. May 23, 1862

    m. June 3, 1862

    n. June 12, 1862

    o. June 17, 1862

    p. June 24, 1862

    q. June 28, 1862

    r. July 4, 1862

    s. July 7, 1862

    t. July 11, 1862

    u. July 20, 1862

    v. July 23, 1862

    w. July 27, 1862

    x. July 31, 1862

    y. August 14, 1862

    z. August 15, 1862

    8. Schenck to His Daughter Sally (1862-64)

    a. February 1, 1863

    b. May 17, 1863

    c. June 7, 1863

    d. July 2, 1863

    e. July 13, 1863

    f. August 19, 1863

    g. December 3, 1863

    h. December 11, 1863

    i. December 16, 1863

    j. December 17, 1863

    k. January 27, 1864

    l. January 28, 1864

    m. February 2, 1864

    n. March 15, 1864

    o. May 19, 1864

    p. June 11, 1864

    q. June 29, 1864

    r. August 29, 1864

    s. September 18, 1864

    t. September 25, 1864

    9. Schenck to His Daughter Sally (1865-67)

    a. March 15, 1865

    b. March 23, 1865

    c. April 1, 1865

    d. May 28, 1865

    e. June 6, 1865

    f. July 23, 1865

    g. August 13, 1865

    h. August 30, 1865

    i. September 26, 1866

    j. November 10, 1866

    k. October 24, 1867

    l. October 29, 1867

    m. November 1, 1867

    n. November 5, 1867

    o. November 11, 1867

    p. November 23, 1867

    q. November 26, 1867

    r. November 28, 1867

    s. December 1, 1867

    t. December 4, 1867

    u. December 8, 1867

    v. December 11, 1867

    w. December 14, 1867

    x. December 15, 1867

    10. Schenck to His Daughter Sally (1868)

    a. January 7, 1868

    b. January 20, 1868

    c. January 28, 1868

    d. January 24, 1868

    e. January 28, 1868

    f. January 30, 1868

    g. February 1, 1868

    h. February 3, 1868

    i. February 6, 1868

    j. February 8, 1868

    k. February 11, 1868

    l. February 14, 1868

    m. February 16, 1868

    n. February 17, 1868

    o. February 19, 1868

    p. February 21, 1868

    q. February 25, 1868

    r. March 1, 1868

    s. March 8, 1868

    t. March 11, 1868

    u. March 14, 1868

    v. March 21, 1868

    w. March 24, 1868

    x. March 27, 1868

    y. March 30, 1868

    z. April 2, 1868

    aa. April 5, 1868

    bb. April 8, 1868

    cc. April 17, 1868

    dd. April 20, 1868

    ee. April 26, 1868

    ff. April 29, 1868

    gg. May 1, 1868

    hh. May 4, 1868

    ii. May 7, 1868

    jj. May 10, 1868

    kk. May 13, 1868

    ll. May 16, 1868

    mm. May 19, 1868

    nn. May 22, 1868

    oo. May 28, 1868

    pp. May 30, 1868

    qq. June 2, 1868

    rr. June 8, 1868

    ss. June 14, 1868

    tt. June 16, 1868

    uu. June 22, 1868

    vv. June 26, 1868

    ww. July 26, 1868

    xx. December 4, 1868

    yy. December 8, 1868

    zz. December 11, 1868

    aa. December 12, 1868

    bb. December 14, 1868

    cc. December 20, 1868

    dd. December 29, 1868

    11. Schenck to His Daughter Sally (1869)

    a. January 1, 1869

    b. January 6, 1869

    c. January 10, 1869

    d. January 16, 1869

    e. January 22, 1869

    f. June 26, 1869

    g. July 21, 1869

    h. August 15, 1869

    i. August 26, 1869

    j. September 5, 1869

    k. September 23, 1869

    l. October 8, 1869

    m. November 9, 1869

    n. December 1, 1869

    12. Schenck to His Daughter Sally (1870-79)

    a. July 27, 1870

    b. August 3, 1870

    c. October 20, 1870

    d. March 6, 1874

    e. March 15, 1874

    f. March 22, 1874

    g. March 28, 1874

    h. April 6, 1874

    i. April 12, 1874

    j. April 19, 1874

    k. April 25, 1874

    l. May 1, 1874

    m. May 8, 1874

    n. May 14, 1874

    o. September 25, 1874

    p. undated

    q. February 28, 1877

    r. March 3, 1877

    s. April 18, 1877

    t. June 22, 1877

    u. July 7, 1877

    v. July 16, 1877

    w. August 1, 1877

    x. August 10, 1877

    y. August 13, 1877

    z. August 21, 1877

    aa. September 1, 1877

    bb. September 6, 1877

    cc. Spetember 13, 1877

    dd. May 19, 1878

    ee. November 8, 1878

    ff. November 11, 1878

    gg. November 14, 1878

    hh. November 17, 1878

    ii. December 5, 1878

    jj. December 6, 1878

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/ Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Family Correspondence; 1846-1902; Box 8.2 Files: [Correspondence of Robert Schenck unless otherwise noted]

    1. Schenck to His Daughter Sally (undated)

    a. December 22

    b. May 13

    c. May 4

    d. August 6

    e. July 31

    f. June 25

    g. August 23

    h. July 10

    i. August 10

    j. Thursday 29th

    k. June 25

    l. August 23

    m. July 10

    n. August 10

    o. Thursday 29

    p. Friday, June 25

    q. Saturday, April 7

    r. Thursday

    2. Schenck to His Daughter Lilly (1847-53)

    a. December 29, 1847

    b. February 22, 1848

    c. March 23, 1850

    d. October 21, 1850

    e. October 30, 1850

    f. February 24, 1850

    g. April 26, 1851

    h. May 6, 1851

    i. May 19, 1851

    g. November 13, 1851

    j. November 13, 1851

    k. November 20, 1851

    l. November 27, 1851

    m. December 15, 1851

    n. December 24, 1851

    o. January 2, 1852

    p. January 11, 1852

    q. January 23, 1852

    r. January 25, 1852

    s. February 18, 1852

    t. February 27, 1852

    u. March 10, 1852

    v. March 29, 1852

    w. April 14, 1852

    x. April 29, 1852

    y. May 6, 1852

    z. May 27, 1852

    aa. June 10, 1852

    bb. July 8, 1852

    cc. August 6, 1852

    dd. October 4, 1852

    ee. November 29, 1852

    ff. February 20, 1853

    gg. March 25, 1853

    hh. May 6, 1853

    ii. July 22, 1853

    jj. August 30, 1853

    kk. November 26, 1853

    3. Schenck to His Daughter Lilly (1854-55)

    a. February 22, 1854

    b. February 12, 1854

    c. April 17, 1854

    d. May 27, 1854

    e. June 6, 1854

    f. June 21, 1854

    g. June 26, 1854

    h. July 7, 1854

    i. July 19, 1854

    j. July 31, 1854

    k. August 4, 1854

    l. August 7, 1854

    m. August 24, 1854

    n. September 12, 1854

    o. October 26, 1854

    p. November 12, 1854

    q. November 22, 1854

    r. November 28, 1854

    s. December 8, 1854

    t. December 18, 1854

    u. January 4, 1855

    v. January 20, 1855

    w. February 2, 1855

    x. February 24, 1855

    y. March 10, 1855

    z. March 25, 1855

    aa. June 30, 1855

    bb. July 10, 1855

    cc. August 22, 1855

    dd. August 25, 1855

    ee. September 7, 1855

    ff. September 8, 1855

    gg. September 10, 1855

    hh. September 16, 1855

    ii. September 16, 1855

    jj. September 28, 1855

    kk. October 6, 1855

    4. Schenck to His Daughter Lilly (1856-57)

    a. February 28, 1856

    b. June 10, 1856

    c. June 20, 1856

    d. June 23, 1856

    e. July 3, 1856

    f. July 3, 1856

    g. September 14, 1856

    h. September 23, 1856

    i. October 8, 1856

    j. November 16, 1856

    k. December 7, 1856

    l. December 18, 1856

    m. December 22, 1856

    n. January 15, 1857

    o. January 26, 1857

    p. January 31, 1857

    q. February 20, 1857

    r. March 1, 1857

    s. March 8, 1857

    t. March 11, 1857

    u. March 27, 1857

    v. April 9, 1857

    w. April 16, 1857

    x. April 21, 1857

    y. April 24, 1857

    z. April 26, 1857

    aa. June 20, 1857

    bb. June 24, 1857

    cc. July 1, 1857

    dd. July 5, 1857

    ee. July 16, 1857

    ff. September 2, 1857

    gg. September 26, 1857

    hh. October 4, 1857

    ii. November 2, 1857

    5. Schenck to His Daughter Lilly (1858-60)

    a. February 10, 1858

    b. February 18, 1858

    c. Ferbruary 28, 1858

    d. March 21, 1858

    e. April 23, 1858

    f. April 27, 1858

    g. May 6, 1858

    h. May 30, 1858

    i. June 2, 1858

    j. June 12, 1858

    k. June 19, 1858

    l. June 23, 1858

    m. July 1, 1858

    n. July 19, 1858

    o. July 30, 1858

    p. August 10, 1858

    q. August 27, 1858

    r. September 1, 1858

    s. September 10, 1858

    t. January 12, 1859

    u. January 21, 1859

    v. January 24, 1859

    w. January 31, 1859

    x. February 2, 1859

    y. February 5, 1859

    z. April 10, 1859

    aa. April 18, 1859

    bb. April 28, 1859

    cc. May 6, 1859

    dd. May 16, 1859

    ee. May 28, 1859

    ff. June 9, 1859

    gg. June 19, 1859

    hh. December 5, 1859

    ii. January 1, 1859

    jj. January 11, 1860

    kk. January 20, 1860

    ll. April 20, 1860

    mm. April 28, 1860

    nn. May 6, 1860

    oo. June 25, 1860

    6. Schenck to His Daughter Lilly (1861)

    a. January 7, 1861

    b. May 26, 1861

    c. May 26, 1861

    d. June 1, 1861

    e. June 4, 1861

    f. June 12, 1861

    g. June 20, 1861

    h. June 28, 1861

    i. July 3, 1861

    j. July 11, 1861

    k. July 14, 1861

    l. August 22, 1861

    m. September 1, 1861

    n. September 7, 1861

    o. September 17, 1861

    p. September 22, 1861

    q. September 24, 1861

    r. October 5, 1861

    s. October 12, 1861

    t. October 18, 1861

    u. October 23, 1861

    v. October 30, 1861

    w. November 6, 1861

    x. November 11, 1861

    y. December 27, 1861

    7. Schenck to His Daughter Lilly (1862)

    a. January 1, 1862

    b. February 19, 1862

    c. February 20, 1862

    d. February 21, 1862

    e. February 22, 1862

    f. February 23, 1862

    g. February 25, 1862

    h. February 26, 1862

    i. February 27, 1862

    j. February 28, 1862

    k. March 2, 1862

    l. March 4, 1862

    m. March 5, 1862

    n. March 8, 1862

    o. March 12, 1862

    p. March 17, 1862

    q. March 23, 1862

    r. March 31, 1862

    s. April 7, 1862

    t. April 7, 1862

    u. April 12, 1862

    v. April 15, 1862

    w. April 18, 1862

    x. April 29, 1862

    y. May 3, 1862

    z. May 15, 1862

    aa. May 21, 1862

    bb. May 24, 1862

    cc. June 5, 1862

    dd. June 13, 1862

    ee. June 19, 1862

    ff. June 27, 1862

    gg. June 30, 1862

    hh. July 5, 1862

    ii. July 9, 1862

    jj. July 13, 1862

    kk. July 14, 1862

    ll. July 15, 1862

    mm. July 18, 1862

    nn. July 22, 1862

    oo. July 25, 1862

    pp. July 28, 1862

    qq. August 1, 1862

    rr. August 6, 1862

    ss. From cousin Joseph L. Crome (August 11, 1862)

    tt. December 19, 1862

    8. Schenck to His Daughter Lilly (1862-67)

    a. February 11, 1863

    b. June 30, 1863

    c. July 8, 1863

    d. July 15, 1863

    e. August 5, 1863

    f. August 24, 1863

    g. August 29, 1863

    h. September 2, 1863

    i. September 8, 1863

    j. September 12, 1863

    k. September 15, 1863

    l. December 12, 1863

    m. February 4, 1864

    n. February 25, 1864

    o. May 25, 1864

    p. April 23, 1865

    q. April 28, 1865

    r. May 1, 1865

    s. August 14, 1866

    t. August 19, 1866

    u. September 10, 1866

    v. September 17, 1866

    w. September 23, 1866

    x. September 27, 1866

    y. September 29, 1866

    z. October 25, 1867

    aa. October 30, 1867

    bb. November 1, 1867

    cc. November 21, 1867

    dd. November 24, 1867

    ee. November 27, 1867

    ff. November 29, 1867

    gg. December 2, 1867

    hh. December 9, 1867

    ii. December 18, 1867

    9. Schenck to His Daughter Lilly (1868)

    a. January 11, 1868

    b. March 2, 1868

    c. March 9, 1868

    d. March 12, 1868

    e. March 18, 1868

    f. March 28, 1868

    g. March 31, 1868

    h. April 3, 1868

    i. April 6, 1868

    j. April 9, 1868

    k. April 15, 1868

    l. April 18, 1868

    m. May 2, 1868

    n. May 6, 1868

    o. May 8, 1868

    p. May 11, 1868

    q. May 23, 1868

    r. May 26, 1868

    s. June 3, 1868

    t. June 6, 1868

    u. June 15, 1868

    v. June 26, 1868

    w. December 13, 1868

    x. December 27, 1868

    10. Schenck to His Daughter Lilly (1869)

    a. January 11, 1869

    b. January 17, 1869

    c. June 18, 1869

    d. July 4, 1869

    e. July 14, 1869

    f. August 7, 1869

    g. August 19, 1869

    h. August 29, 1869

    i. September 10, 1869

    j. September 12, 1869

    k. September 30, 1869

    11. Schenck to His Daughter Lilly (1870-79)

    a. February 21, 1874

    b. March 9, 1874

    c. March 16, 1874

    d. March 24, 1874

    e. March 30, 1874

    f. April 9, 1874

    g. April 15, 1874

    h. April 20, 1874

    i. May 4, 1874

    j. May 10, 1874

    k. May 15, 1874

    l. May 28, 1874

    m. September 20, 1874

    n. September 26, 1874

    o. September 28, 1874

    p. October 14, 1874

    q. October 21, 1878

    r. July 15, 1878

    s. July 16, 1876

    t. August 28, 1876

    u. September 16, 1876

    v. February 23, 1877

    w. February 26, 1877

    x. November 5, 1877

    y. April 15, 1877

    z. May 24, 1877

    aa. July 17, 1877

    bb. July 29, 1877

    cc. August 2, 1877

    dd. August 7, 1877

    ee. August 8, 1877

    ff. August 11, 1877

    gg. August 14, 1877

    hh. August 19, 1877

    ii. August 30, 1877

    jj. September 2, 1877

    kk. May 12, 1878

    ll. May 20, 1878

    mm. November 3, 1878

    nn. November 6, 1878

    oo. November 9, 1878

    pp. November 12, 1878

    qq. December 26, 1878

    12. Schenck to His Daughter Lilly (undated)

    a. October 12

    b. August 22

    c. August 29

    d. December 17

    e. August 11

    f. 4 P.M.

    g. August 6

    h. undated

    i. December 16

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/ Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Family Correspondence; 1846-1902; Box 8.3 Files: [Correspondence of Robert Schenck unless otherwise noted]

    1. Schenck to His Daughter Julia (1852-60)

    a. January 9, 1852

    b. Julia's Birthday,1853

    c. March 5, 1853

    d. May 19, 1853

    e. April 11, 1855

    f. July 3, 1856

    g. April 16, 1857

    h. March 24, 1858

    i. April 21, 1859

    j. May 2, 1859

    k. May 9, 1859

    l. June 1, 1859

    m. December 25, 1859

    n. January 5, 1860

    o. July 28, 1860

    2. Schenck to His Daughter Julia (1861-67)

    a. June 12, 1861

    b. May 5, 1862

    c. November 26, 1862

    d. June 9, 1864

    e. August 25, 1864

    f. April 26, 1865

    g. June 23, 1865

    h. July 21, 1865

    i. July 28, 1865

    j. August 17, 1865

    k. September 22, 1867

    l. September 22, 1867

    m. October 26, 1867

    n. October 28, 1867

    o. October 31, 1867

    p. November 4, 1867

    q. November 7, 1867

    r. November 22, 1867

    s. December 3, 1867

    t. December 10, 1867

    u. December 17, 1867

    3. Schenck to His Daughter Julia (1868)

    a. January 17, 1868

    b. January 15, 1868

    c. January 16, 1868

    d. January 21, 1868

    e. January 24, 1868

    f. January 27, 1868

    g. January 29, 1868

    h. January 30, 1868

    i. February 7, 1868)

    j. February 10, 1868

    k. February 12, 1868

    l. February 13, 1868

    m. February 15, 1868

    n. February 18, 1868

    o. February 20, 1868

    p. March 10, 1868

    q. March 13, 1868

    r. March 19, 1868

    s. March 23, 1868

    t. March 26, 1868

    u. March 27, 1868

    v. March 29, 1868

    w. April 1, 1868

    x. April 10, 1868)

    y. April 19, 1868)

    z. May 12, 1868)

    aa. May 18, 1868

    bb. May 27, 1868

    cc. May 30, 1868)

    dd. June 4, 1868

    ee. June 10, 1868

    ff. June 17, 1868

    gg. December 3, 1868

    hh. December 7, 1868

    ii. December 10, 1868

    jj. December 13, 1868

    kk. December 19, 1868

    ll. December 28, 1868

    4. Schenck to His Daughter Julia (1869)

    a. January 3, 1869

    b. January 15, 1869

    c. June 18, 1869

    d. July 4, 1869

    e. July 15, 1869

    f. July 29, 1869

    g. August 22, 1869

    h. August 21, 1869

    i. September 3, 1869

    j. September 15, 1869

    k. (September 22, 1869)

    l. October 4, 1869

    m. October 18, 1869

    5. Schenck to His Daughter Julia (1870-79)

    a. October 19, 1870

    b. January 13, 1874

    c. April 3, 1874

    d. April 11, 1874

    e. April 18, 1874

    f. May 7, 1874

    g. May 12, 1874

    h. May 29, 1874

    i. September 24, 1874

    j. September 27, 1874

    k. July 18, 1876

    l. February 27, 1877

    m. April 6, 1877

    n. April 16, 1877

    o. March 19, 1877

    p. June 21, 1877

    q. July 6, 1877

    r. July 12, 1877

    s. July 30, 1877

    t. July 31, 1877

    u. August 3, 1877

    v. August 12, 1877

    w. August 17, 1877

    x. August 20, 1877

    y. August 21, 1877)

    z. November 4, 1878

    aa. November 7, 1878

    bb. November 10, 1878

    cc. November 16, 1878

    dd. November 19, 1878

    ee. December 4, 1878

    ff. December 5, 1878

    gg. December 8, 1878

    6. Schenck to His Daughter Julia (undated)

    7. Letters from Schenck to All of His Daughters (1846-76, and undated)

    a. undated

    b. undated

    c. undated

    d. February 16, 1846

    e. November 26, 1849

    f. September 29, 1850

    g. November 6, 1850

    h. November 6, 1850

    i. June 8, 1857

    j. June 11, 1851

    k. June 28, 1851

    l. July 3, 1851

    m. July 14, 1851

    n. July 27, 1851

    o. August 21, 1851

    p. September 1, 1851

    q. September 17, 1851

    r. September 30, 1851

    s. October 13, 1851

    t. October 19, 1851

    u. October 23, 1851

    v. July 22, 1861

    w. May 12, 1862

    x. June 1, 1862

    y. undated

    z. undated

    aa. December 26, 1874

    bb. March 18, 1876

    8. Schenck to His Family (1849-57)

    a. To his cousin Sarah (September 5, 1849)

    b. To his sister Lib (September 29, 1850)

    c. To Lib (June 15, 1851)

    d. To Lib (August 19, 1851)

    e. To Lib (October 6, 1851)

    f. To Lib (November 1, 1851)

    g. To Lib (November 7, 1851)

    h. To Lib (December 1, 1851)

    i. To Lib (December 14, 1851)

    j. To Lib (December 31, 1851)

    k. To Lib (January 9, 1852)

    l. To Lib (March 13, 1852)

    m. To Lib (March 26, 1852)

    n. To Lib (April 7, 1852)

    o. To Lib (April 25, 1852)

    p. To Lib (May 9, 1852)

    q. To Lib (May 24, 1852)

    r. To Lib (June 8, 1852)

    s. To Lib (June 28, 1852)

    t. To Lib (September 28, 1852)

    u. To Lib (October 25, 1852)

    v. To Lib (February 13, 1853)

    w. To Lib (March 16, 1853)

    x. April 12, 1853

    y. August 14, 1853

    z. March 14, 1857

    aa. July 25, 1857

    9. Letters to Julia Schenck (1895-1902)

    a. From R.C. Schenck (January 9, 1899)

    b. From Clara F. Smith (January 8, 1899)

    c. From J. Sprigg McMahon (October 12, 1902)

    d. From J. H. Crane (October 15, 1902)

    e. From William S. Sharp, Publisher of Smith's Old Colonial History of New Jersey (May 25, 1895)

    f. From William S. Sharp (June 18, 1895)

    g. From William S. Sharp (June 23, 1895)

    h. From S.M. Schenck (June 28, 1895)

    i. From S.M. Schenck (August 6, 1895)

    j. From Amanda Smith Hawks (March 21, 1898)

    k. From S.M. Schenck (January 7, 1896)

    l. From ? Schenck (April 10, 1902)

    m. From "Cousin Sarah" (October 2, 1902)

    n. From "Cousin Sarah" (October 9, 1902)

    o."Cousin Sarah" (October 10, 1902)

    p. From "Cousin Sarah" (October 12, 1902)

    o. Telegram from J. Sprigg McMahon (undated)

    p. Telegram from J. Sprigg McMahon (October 13, 1902)

    q. Telegram from J. Sprigg McMahon (October 14, 1902)

    r. Telegram from J. Sprigg McMahon (October 15, 1902)

    s. Telegram from J. Sprigg McMahon (October 15, 1902)

    t. Telegram from Pierce D. Schenck (October 16, 1902)

    10. Other Correspondence of Schenck's Daughters

    a. From Julia Schenck to A. S. Bigelow (August 16)

    b. To Julia Schenck from ? (April 12)

    c. To Lilly Schenck from Lucretia Garfield (May 22)

    d. To "My Dear Miss Schenck" from Horace [Kay?] (February 2)

    e. Invitation to Miss Schenck from H. Holt (Monday, the 4th)

    f. To "Miss Schenck" from H. Holt (Friday)

    g. To "Miss Schenck" from H. Holt (Thursday)

    h. To Emily Schenck from Geo. Este (September 2 ?)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/ Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Transcripts, Typescripts, and Research Materials; 1802-1981; Box 9 Contents:

    1. General Biographical Materials (1974, and undated)

    a. Outline of Schenck's life and career [typescript and holograph]

    b. Walter Havighurst, "Robert Cumming Schenck: Son of Miami," in Men of Old Miami 1809-73: A Book of Portraits (New York: Putnam's, 1974): 25-48.

    c. "Major General Robert Cumming Schenck" [typescript]0

    d. Biographical Sketch [typescript]

    e. Reminiscences of Schenck by Unidentified Acquaintence (possibly for an obituary)[typescript]

    f. Notes on Schenck's Marriage

    g. Notes on Schenck's College and Legal Training

    h. Notes on Schenck's Relationship with Daniel Webster

    i. Copy of Schenck's Will

    2. "Robert Cummins Schenck, Famous Citizen of Miami Valley" [typescript and notes]

    3. Materials relating to the History of the Town of Franklin, Ohio (Laid out in 1796 by William C. Schenck)[Correspondence by S. Craighead, C. Butler, W. S. Van Horne, and James F. Schenck--Schenck's nephew]

    4. A. D. Schenck, comp. The Rev. William Schenck, his Ancestry and his Descendants. Washington: Rufus H. Darby, 1883.

    5. Other Schenck Family Genealogical Materials (1884-1947, and undated)

    a. Fred J. Munder to Robert C. Schenck re. Schenck family genealogy (February 10, 1947)

    b. Family Tree of Horatio Gates Phillips, Eliza Smith Houston, and Catherine Patterson

    c. Charlotte Reeve Conover. A Memoir With Letters, of Mrs. Horatio G. Phillips--"Kitty" Patterson: A Pioneer Woman. Dayton, O.: N.C.R. Press, 1914.

    d. Catherine Van Brough [typescript]

    e. Peter Tennet Schenck [typescript]

    f. William Cortenus Schenck [typescript]

    g. William Cortenus Schenck [typescript]

    h. "William Cortenus Schenck, Pioneer and Statesman of Ohio"[typescript]

    i. From Joseph P. Bradley to Schenck re. his great grandfather Robert Cumming (April 6, 1884)

    j. Newsclips

    6. Notes by Unidentified Writer of a Visit To Schenck, Containing Schenck's Reminiscences of Important People and Events (September 27, 1881)

    7. Copies of materials relating to Schenck's relationship with, and estimate of, Abraham Lincoln (1849, 1861, and undated)

    8. Copies of Materials mainly relating to Schenck's Years at Miami University

    9. Notes on Schenck in Congress--28th Congress, 1st Session (1843-44)

    10. Notes on Schenck in Congress--29th Congress, 2nd Session (1846-47)

    11. Notes on Schenck in Congress--30th Congress, 1st Session (1847-48)

    12. Notes on Schenck in Congress--30th Congress, 2nd Session (1848-49)

    13. Notes on Schenck in Congress--31st Congress, 2nd Session (1850-51)

    14. Notes on Schenck in Congress--38th Congress, 1st Session (1863-64)

    15. Notes on Schenck in Congress--38th Congress, 2nd Session (1864-65)

    16. Notes on Schenck in Congress--39th Congress, 1st Session (1865-66)

    17. Notes on References to Schenck in The Congressional Globe (1846-50)

    18. Notes on References to Schenck in The Congressional Globe (1863-65)

    19. Notes on References to Schenck in The Congressional Globe (1865-66)

    20. Notes on References to Schenck in The Congressional Globe (1866-67)

    21. Notes on References to Schenck in The Congressional Globe (1867-68)

    22. Notes on References to Schenck in The Congressional Globe (1868-69)

    23. Notes on References to Schenck in The Congressional Globe (1869-70)

    24. Fred Joyner, "Robert C. Schenck and the Crises in Congress, 1863-64." [typescripts, notes, and correspondence with publisher]

    25. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck (1802-49)

    26. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck (1850-59)

    27. Copies of manuscripts from Fred Joyner, ed., "Three Letters of Robert Cumins Schenck on Brazil, 1851"

    28. Edward G. Longacre, "An Ohio Brigadier at Bull Run: Letters of Robert C. Schenck July 1861." Manuscripts 33, n.1 (Winter 1981): 21-32.

    29. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck (1860-62)

    30. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck; mainly re. "Schenck Commander at Baltimore" (1861-63) I

    31. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck; mainly re. "Schenck Commander at Baltimore" (1861-63) II

    32. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck; mainly re. "Schenck Commander at Baltimore" (1861-63) III

    33. Notes from Schenck's published Civil War Correspondence (1863)

    34. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck (1863-64)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/ Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Transcripts, Typescripts, and Research Materials; 1846-1967; Box 10 Contents:

    1. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck (1865-66)

    2. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck (1867-68)

    3. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck(1869-70)

    4. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck (1871)

    5. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck (1872)

    6. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck (1873-74)

    7. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck (1875)

    8. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck (1876)

    9. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck (1877-98)

    10. Copies of Schenck's Correspondence and Materials relating to Schenck (n.d.)

    11. Minutes for the Director's meeting for the American Central Railway Co. [Also includes minutes from the stockholders' meeting and chairman notes](1865-1919)

    12. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1846-49)

    13. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters and Sister (1850)

    14. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters and Sister (1851)

    15. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters and Sister (1852)

    16. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters and Sister (1853)

    17. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1854)

    18. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1855)

    19. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1856)

    20. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1857)

    21. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1858)

    22. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1859-60)

    23. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1861)

    24. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1862)

    25. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1863)

    26. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1864-66)

    27. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1867-68)

    28. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1869-70)

    29. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1874)

    30. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1877)

    31. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1878)

    32. Schenck's Correspondence with his Daughters (1884, and undated)

    33. Other Correspondence of Schenck's Daughters (1872, 1873, 1895)

    34. Research Notes on Schenck [probably compiled by Fred Joyner]

    35. Research Notes on Schenck in the Civil War and Diplomatic Service [probably compiled by Fred Joyner]

    36. Research Notes on References to Schenck in The War of The Rebellion [probably compiled by Fred Joyner]

    37. Correspondence and Materials re. Use and Duplication of the Schenck Papers [from Fred Joyner, et al.](1937-67)

    Alumni/Alumni Affairs/ Development; Schenck, Robert Cumming; Research and Oversize Materials; 1864-1961; Box 11 Contents:

    1. Research Notes re. David Ames Wells [probably compiled by Fred Joyner]

    2. Copies of Correspondence re. James Lynch's Efforts to Recruit Southern Freemen for the Republican Cause

    3. John Van Cleve. A Trip From Dayton to Chicago by Water in the Year 1847 Described in Verse. Dayton, O., n.p., 1911.

    4. Copies of Old Indexes to the Schenck Papers Oversize Materials, 1864-1961, and undated

    5. Sketch of and Editorial on Schenck from Vanity Fair (January 23, 1875)

    6. Miami University Commencement program (September 1827)

    7. A. J. Schenck, Steamer Monarch Passage Book

    8. A. J. Schenck, Cash Book

    9. Assorted newspaper clippings re. Schenck and Schenck family (1864-1961)

  • Conditions Governing Access

    Materials do not circulate and are made available to users in the Miami University Archives.

  • Conditions Governing Use

    Materials do circulate and may only be used in the archives.

  • Preferred Citation

    Miami University Libraries. Miami University Archives, Oxford, Ohio

  • Physical Location

    Miami University Archives, King Library, 3rd Floor, Walter Havighurst Special Collections, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio

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