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Organizational History

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Letters to Francis W. Halsey, 1892-1902

Letters to Dorothy Furman, 1890-1915

Letters to/from Temple Scott, 1929-1930

Autograph letters

Historical and political autograph letters

18th and 19th century legal documents

Unidentified signatures

Bound volumes

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

James F. Drake, Inc.:

An Inventory of Its Collection at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Creator: James F. Drake, Inc., 1911-1965
Title: James F. Drake, Inc. Collection of Autograph Letters and Autographs
Dates: ca. 1678-1930
Abstract: The collection was assembled by the firm of James F. Drake, Inc. in the 1930s and includes correspondence of Dorothy Furman, Francis W. Halsey, Temple Scott, as well as letters written by 19th-century American political and military figures, American and British literary figures, clerics, and actors. Of added interest are the receipt books of John C. Freeke (1795-1799), Luke Gage (1835-1839), and Adam Partridge (1858-1885) which record the settlement of accounts with clients in New York, giving sums paid, nature of the debt, and the signatures of the creditors.
Extent: 17 document boxes, 9 bound volumes
Repository: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center The University of Texas at Austin

Organizational History

The firm of James F. Drake, Inc. was established in 1911 by James Frederick Drake (1863-1933) for the sale of rare books and manuscripts. For the native New Yorker the firm represented the culmination of a career in books and publishing that was already of thirty years' duration. Drake's sons Marston E. and James H. Drake entered the firm in the teens, and by the time of the senior Drake's death the firm on West 40th Street was a mecca for bookmen in the New York area.

The Drake brothers continued in the tradition of their father, but upon the retirement of Marston ("the Colonel") and death in 1965 of Jim the entire stock of the firm and its business records were acquired by the Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas.

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Scope and Contents

This collection of autograph letters and autographs was assembled by the firm of James F. Drake, Inc. in the 1930s for sale by that rare-book firm; it was acquired by the Humanities Research Center upon the Ransom Center's acquisition of Drake's stock in the 1965. The collection is overwhelmingly in English, but there are a few items in Dutch, as well as one or two in Spanish, French, or German.

The collection--housed in 17 document boxes and nine bound volumes--represents correspondence covering a span of over two hundred years and three continents. Perhaps 90% of this material comprises complete autograph letters. The majority of these are housed alphabetically by writer in boxes 4-15, boxes 1-3 containing the correspondence of three persons discussed below. The remainder of the letters and all the autographs are in boxes 16 and 17 and the bound volumes.

Within the larger collection there are three substantial sub-groups which represent the correspondence of three very different individuals. The first of these is Dorothy Furman's correspondence, which covers the years 1890 to 1915, and which includes replies from bibliophiles and authors to whom the New Jersey-based collector had written suggesting an exchange of personal bookplates. Most of the hundred-plus replies are politely brief but others are longer and give insight into their writers, many of whom are notables in America's intellectual life of the period, such as John Shaw Billings, Alfred Kreymborg, and Curtis Hidden Page.

Letters received by Francis W. Halsey (1851-1919) between 1892 and 1902 reflect the activity of that historian-editor in his capacity as literary editor of the New York Times and represent many significant public figures of the age, including Julian Ralph, Thomas E. Watson, and Anne Hollingsworth Wharton.

The third major collected correspondence found in the Drake materials is that of Temple Scott (1864-1939), British-born New York rare-book dealer. Correspondents in this business archive from the years 1929 and 1930 comprise several major figures of the period, including Jerome Kern and William H. Woodin.

The numerous letters from the correspondence of Lord James Blyth (1841-1925) are not separately organized but are dispersed throughout the Drake collection. They span the last quarter-century of his life and give some indication of the great breadth of his public and social relationships. Britons (and non-Britons) notable in the political, cultural, and intellectual life of Edwardian Great Britain were among Baron Blyth's vast social network and are often found in informal moments in this archive. Represented in the segment of the collection are Margot Asquith, Paul Cambon, and Fürstin Anne Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg.

Other substantial groupings in the Drake collection include a significant number of letters written by 19th-century American political and military figures, especially presidents, cabinet officers, and Civil War generals. American and British literary figures, clerics, and actors are also found in the collection.

While not numerous, there are also a number of interesting 18th-century letters and documents in the Drake collection. Materials relating to the Van Bokkelen and Gomez families of New York, as well as to two of New York City's early mayors (Nicholas Bayard and Abraham De Peyster) are included.

The nine bound volumes include seven scrapbooks of autographs assembled by turn-of-the-century collectors, together with two receipt books kept by early New York businessmen. Most of the scrapbooks have had letters removed for individual sale.

The receipt book of John C. Freeke records the settlement of accounts with clients in New York in the years 1795-1799, giving sums paid, nature of the debt, and the signatures of the creditors. Names found include Roosevelt, Suydam, Vanderbilt, and Wyckoff. The receipt book of Luke Gage (1835-1839) and of Adam Partridge (1858-1885) is similar to the Freeke volume but covers a later period.

The two scrapbooks assembled by Florence Evans Ebeling comprise, in the main, mounted letters and autographs from the correspondence of her father William T. Evans (1843-1918), a noted New York art collector. Also found in these scrapbooks are letters addressed to William Budd Bodine (1841-1907), Episcopal cleric and author.

Mrs. Bertram Thornber's two scrapbooks of mounted letters appear to have been collected shortly after 1900 and comprise autograph letters and autographs of eminent Britons. A number of the letters are no longer present in the volumes.

The autograph scrapbook of C. Lucile Godfrey of Stratford, Connecticut. (apparently compiled about 1900) has, in the main, been stripped of its contents. A few letters to Dr. Charles C. Godfrey remain.

The eighth volume of autograph letters contains letters to the Very Rev. George W. Kitchin (1827-1912) from a variety of late 19th century Britons, particularly those with connections to Oxford and the Church of England. This volume was apparently collected by a member of the Kitchin household about 1900.

The ninth (and final) bound volume contains the signatures of President Rutherford B. Hayes, the vice president, cabinet, and the members of the 45th Congress of 1877-1879.

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase, 1965

Processed by:

Joan Sibley, Delia Avila, and Bob Taylor, 1996

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James F. Drake, Inc.--Box List

 
Box
1 Letters to Francis W. Halsey, 1892-1902

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Box
2 Letters to Dorothy Furman, 1890-1915

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Box
3 Letters to/from Temple Scott, 1929-1930

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Autograph letters

Box
4 A-B
Box
5 A-C
Box
6 D-E
Box
7 F-G
Box
8 H
Box
9 I-K
Box
10 L
Box
11 M
Box
12 N-R
Box
13 S
Box
14 T-Z

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Box
15 Historical and political autograph letters
A-W

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Box
16 18th and 19th century legal documents

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Box
17 Unidentified signatures

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Bound volumes

Volume
1 Receipt book of John C. Freeke, New York, 1795-1799
Volume
2 Receipt book of Luke Gage, 1835-1839, and Adam Partridge, 1858-1885, both of New York
Scrapbooks of autographs/autograph letters
Volume
3-4 Collected by Florence Evans Ebeling, volumes 1 and 2
Volume
5-6 Collected by Mrs. Bertram Thornber, volumes 1 and 2
Volume
7 Collected by C. Lucile Godfrey
Volume
8 Collected from the correspondence of the Very Rev. George W. Kitchin
Volume
9 Autographs of President Rutherford B. Hayes, his Cabinet, the Senate, and Congress of the 26th Administration, 1877-1879

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 James F. Drake, Inc.--Index of Correspondents 

Names in bold appear in the RLIN record.

  • Unidentified--1.2, 2.3, 2.9, 15.74, 15.106, 17.3, 17.4, 17.5, 17.9
  • Abbe, C. A. B. [Mrs. Robert Abbe]--1.3
  • Abbey, Henry Eugene--4.1
  • Aberdeen, John Campbell Gordon, 1st Marquis--5.1
  • Adams, Sherman (The White House)--4.1
  • Adams, William Henry Davenport--4.1
  • Adderley, Charles Bowyer [Baron Norton]--4.1
  • Adler, Cyrus--4.1
  • Aïdé, Charles Hamilton--4.1
  • Ailembach, D.--4.1
  • Akers, Benjamin Paul--4.1
  • Akers, Elizabeth--4.1
  • Alcott, Amos Bronson--4.1
  • Aldrich, Louis--5.1
  • Aldrich, Thomas Bailey--4.1
  • Alec-Tweedie, Edith--14.2
  • Alexandra, Queen, consort of Edward VII, King of Great Britain--4.1
  • Alfonso XII, King of Spain--4.1
  • Alford, Henry--4.1
  • Alger, Russell Alexander (War Department, Washington)--4.1
  • Althorp, Lord Chamberlain [fl. 1906]-- --5.1
  • Ames, Winthrop (The New Theatre)--2.7
  • Ammen, Daniel (Navy Department, Washington)--4.1
  • Anderson, John, Jr., b. 1854--2.8
  • Anderson, Leslie W. (Walter M. Hill, Bookseller and Importer)--3.5
  • Anderson, Rasmus Bjorn (Legation of the United States, Copenhagen)--4.1
  • Andrews, J. A. (Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Executive Department) --4.1
  • Annesley, Rosa--4.1
  • Anthony, Susan B. (National Woman Suffrage Association)--5.1
  • Appleton, William Henry--4.1
  • Archer, William--4.2
  • Argyll, Elizabeth Georgiana--4.2
  • Argyll, George John Douglas Campbell, 8th Duke of--4.2
  • Argyll, John Douglas Sutherland Campbell, 9th Duke of--4.2, 5.1, 10.5
  • Arkell, William J. (Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper)--4.2
  • Armstrong, Helen Maitland--2.14
  • Arthur, Chester A.--15.1
  • Ashe, Thomas--4.2
  • Ashton, John--4.2
  • Asquith, Herbert Henry--4.2
  • Asquith, Margot--4.2
  • Aston, W. J. [of the Bluff, Devon, 1895]--1.4
  • Atkinson, Thomas [Bishop, North Carolina]--4.2
  • Attwood, Francis Gilbert--4.2
  • Audubon, Maria Rebecca--4.2
  • Avebury, John Lubbock, 1st Baron--4.2, 5.1, 10.5
  • Bacon, Edgar Mayhew--1.5, 1.6
  • Bacon, Lee [Mrs. Henry Bacon]--1.7
  • Badeau, Adam, General--4.3
  • Badger, George Edmund--4.3
  • Bailey, James Montgomery (The Hanbury News)--4.3
  • Bailey, Philip James--4.3
  • Baillie, W. E. [of Bridgeport, Conn., 1907]--2.15, 2.52
  • Bain, Alexander--4.3
  • Baird, George Washington [Rear-Admiral]--4.3
  • Baird, Henry Martyn--4.3
  • Baird, Spencer Fullerton (Smithsonian Institution)--4.3
  • Baker & Taylor Co.--3.14
  • Baker, George Henry--4.3
  • Balderston, Katharine C.--4.3
  • Baldwin, Ernest H. [of Saranac Lake, N.Y.]--2.16
  • Balfield, A. P.--4.3
  • Ballantyne, James--4.3
  • Ballou, Maturin Murray--4.3
  • Bancroft, George--4.3
  • Banim, John--4.3
  • Banks, Isabella Varley--4.4
  • Barbour, James, 1775-1842--4.4
  • Barnard, Frederick Augustus Porter (Columbia College)--5.2
  • Barr, Robert--4.4
  • Barry, William T.--4.4
  • Bartlett, John Russell (State of Rhode Island, Secretary's Office)
  • Bates, Arlo (The Boston Courier)--4.4
  • Bates, Charlotte Fiske--4.4
  • Battershall, Fletcher W. (Law Offices of Fletcher W. Battershall)--1.8, 2.17
  • Baxter, John [Sheriff of Gloucester Co., N.J., 1817]--16.11
  • Bayard, Nicholas, 1644-1707--15.73
  • Bayard, Samuel [of Bergen Co., N.J., 1739]--16.4
  • Bayard, Thomas F. (U. S. Senate)--4.4
  • Beard, Daniel Carter (Boy Scouts of America)--4.4
  • Beard, H. M.--2.18
  • Beauregard, Pierre Gustave Toutant [General, Confederate States of America]--4.4
  • Beckwith, John Watrus--4.5
  • Beecher, Henry Ward--4.4
  • Belden, Jessie Perry Van Zile (National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution)--1.9
  • Belknap, William W. [Secretary of War, President Grant's Cabinet]--4.4
  • Bell, John [Secretary of War, President Harrison's Cabinet]--4.4
  • Benedict, Julius, Sir--4.4
  • Benjamin, Judah Philip (Confederate States of America, Department of State)--4.4
  • Benjamin, Park--4.4
  • Benjamin, William Evarts--4.4
  • Bennett, James Gordon, 1841-1918--4.5
  • Bennett, William Cox--4.5
  • Benson, Eugene--4.5
  • Benton, Joel--1.2, 4.5
  • Beresford, Charles William De la Poer Beresford, Baron--4.5
  • Bergh, Henry--4.5
  • Berrien, John Macpherson [Attorney General, President Jackson's Cabinet]--4.5
  • Betham-Edwards, Matilda--4.5
  • Betje, Tante ["Aunt Betty," 18th century Dutch] --5.2
  • Betts, William--4.5
  • Bibb, George Minos [Secretary of Treasury]--4.5
  • Biddle, A. J. Drexel--1.10
  • Biddle, Nicholas--5.2
  • Billings, John Shaw (New York Public Library)--1.11, 1.48, 2.19
  • Birdsall, Katherine Newbold (R. H. Russell, Publisher)--1.57
  • Björnson, Björnstjerne--4.5
  • Black, Adam (A. & C. Black, Ltd.)--3.1
  • Black, Hugh [of Upper Montclair, N.J., 1911]--2.20
  • Black, Jeremiah Sullivan--4.5
  • Blackburn, Henry--4.5
  • Blackie, John Stuart (University of Edinburgh)--4.5
  • Blackmore, Richard Doddridge--4.5
  • Blaikie, John Arthur--4.5
  • Blaine, James G.--4.5
  • Blair, John [federal judge, 1794]--5.2
  • Blanc, Louis--4.6
  • Blanchard, Laman--4.6
  • Bliss, Cornelius N. (Department of the Interior, Washington)--4.6
  • Bloede, Gertrude--4.6
  • Blok, B. [of New York, 1810]--10.4
  • Bogart, Elizabeth--4.6
  • Bolles, Edwin C.--4.6
  • Bonaparte, Charles Joseph (Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General)--4.6
  • Bonaparte, Louis, King of Holland--4.6
  • Booth, Mary L. (Harper & Brothers)--4.6
  • Borie, Adolph E.--4.6
  • Botta, Anne C. Lynch--4.6, 10.5
  • Bottesini, Giovanni--4.6
  • Bottomley, James Thomson--4.6
  • Boucicault, Aubrey--4.6
  • Bouck, William C.--4.6
  • Boudinot, Elisha, 1749-1819--4.6
  • Bourne, Henry Richard Fox (Weekly Dispatch)--7.3
  • Boutwell, George S. (U. S. Treasury Department)--4.6
  • Bowers, Georgina--4.6
  • Bowles, William L. [Reverend]--4.6
  • Bowring, John, Sir--4.6
  • Boyd, Andrew Kennedy Hutchison--4.6
  • Boyle, Virginia Frazer--1.12
  • Braddon, Mary Elizabeth--4.7
  • Brady, Cyrus Townsend--1.13 1.14, 1.52
  • Brainerd, Ira H.--2.21, 2.22
  • Braly, James O.--4.7
  • Branch, John (Navy Department)--4.7
  • Bremer, Fredrika--4.7
  • Brewer, W. A. [of California, 1915]--2.23
  • Brewster, Benjamin Harris [Attorney General]--4.7
  • Bridgman, Laura--4.7
  • Bright, Jesse D.--4.7
  • Bright, John--4.7
  • Brinton, Daniel Garrison--4.7
  • Bristow, Benjamin H. [Secretary of Treasury]--4.7
  • Brock, A. Chilton [poet, fl. 1918]--4.7
  • Brooks, Phillips--4.7
  • Brooks, Shirley--4.7
  • Broughton, Rhoda--4.7
  • Brown, John, Dr., 1810-1882--4.8
  • Brown, Ralph (B. F. Stevens & Brown, Ltd.)--3.13
  • Brown, W. T. (C. F. G. R. Schwerdt)--3.13
  • Browne, D. B. (Himebaugh & Browne, Inc.)--3.5
  • Browne, Irving--4.8
  • Browne, James Crichton--5.2
  • Browning, Orville H. [Secretary of Interior]--4.8
  • Brownlow, William Gannaway--4.8
  • Bruce, Wallace--4.8
  • Bryant, C. B. [of Martinsville, Va., 1905]--4.8
  • Bryant, William Cullen--4.8
  • Brydges, Egerton, Sir--4.8
  • Buchanan, James--5.2, 15.2
  • Buchanan, Robert Williams--4.8
  • Buckingham, William A. [Governor of Connecticut]--5.2
  • Buckle, George Earle--13.6
  • Bulloch, Irvine S.--4.8
  • Bulloch, James D.--4.8
  • Bulwer, Edward Lytton--4.8
  • Bulwer, Henry Lytton--4.8
  • Bunce, Oliver Bell (Appleton's Journal)--4.8
  • Burdette, Robert J.--4.8
  • Burnaby, Frederick Gustavus [Colonel]--4.8
  • Burnand, Francis Cowley (Punch)--4.8
  • Burnside, Ambrose E. [Union General]--4.8, 5.2
  • Burroughs, John--5.2
  • Bush, Silas [of St. Louis, 1883]--4.8
  • Bushnell, Asa Smith (Warder, Mitchell & Co., Manufacturers of Champion Reapers & Mowers)--4.8
  • Butler, William Allen--4.8
  • Butterfield, W. A. (W. A. Butterfield, Bookseller)--2.24
  • Byron, Henry J.--4.8
  • Byron, Oliver--4.8
  • Byron, W. J. [English actor, fl. 1877]--4.8
  • Cabot, George--5.3
  • Calkin, Arthur E. (Robert Rivière & Son, Ltd.)--3.12
  • Calkin, S. Rivière (Robert Rivière & Son, Ltd.)--3.5
  • Call, Annie Payson--2.27, 2.28
  • Calverley, Charles Stuart--5.3
  • Calverley, William Slater--5.3
  • Cambon, Paul [French Ambassador to Great Britain]--5.3
  • Cambridge, - [duke?, fl. 1920] --5.3
  • Cameron, James Donald [Secretary of War]--5.3
  • Campbell, Duncan P. [of New York, 1835]--16.5
  • Campbell, James [Postmaster General]--5.3
  • Capes, Bernard--1.15
  • Carey, Edith F.--2.26
  • Carlisle, George William Frederick Howard, Earl of--5.3
  • Carlisle, John Griffin, Representative (U. S. House of Representatives)--5.3
  • Carman, Maria G.--5.3
  • Carnegie, Andrew--5.3
  • Carpenter, Fred W. [secretary to President Taft]--2.3
  • Carpenter, Joseph Edwards--5.3
  • Carrington, FitzRoy (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)--2.54
  • Carruth, Hayden, 1862-1932--5.3
  • Carter, John (Charles Scribner's Sons)--3.13
  • Cary, Annie Louise--5.3
  • Cary, Phoebe--5.3
  • Catherwood, Mary H.--5.3
  • Cayvan, Georgia [American actress, fl. 1887]--5.3
  • Cecil, Evelyn [of London, 1900]--1.16
  • Cesnola, Luigi Palma di (Metropolitan Museum of Art)--5.3
  • Chadwick, John White--1.17, 5.3
  • Chalmers, Stephen [of Saranac Lake, N.Y., 1916]--2.29
  • Chamberlain, Abiram [Governor of Connecticut]--5.3
  • Chamberlain, Jacob Chester--5.3
  • Chamberlain, Joseph--5.3
  • Chambers, Haddon--5.3
  • Champlin, John Denison--5.3
  • Champney, Elizabeth Williams--1.18, 5.4
  • Chancellor, William Estabrook--5.4
  • Chandler, Julian Alvin Carroll (College of William and Mary)--5.4
  • Chandler, William Eaton [Secretary of Navy]--5.4
  • Chandler, Zachariah [Secretary of Interior]--5.4
  • Chapman, Frank Michler (American Museum of Natural History)--5.4
  • Chase, Salmon P. [Secretary of Treasury]--5.4
  • Chatfield-Taylor, H. C.--5.4
  • Cheney, John Vance (Newberry Library, Chicago)--5.4
  • Chesneau, Ernest--5.4
  • Child, Edwin [of New York, 1896]--2.30
  • Child, H. (A. Maurice & Co.)--5.4
  • Child, Theodore--5.4
  • Childs, George W. (Drexel, Morgan & Co.)--5.4
  • Choate, Joseph H.--5.4
  • Choate, Rufus--5.4
  • Church, William Conant--5.4
  • Clairin, Georges Jules Victor--5.4
  • Clarendon, George William Frederick Villiers, 4th Earl--5.4
  • Clark, Abraham, 1726-1794--5.4
  • Clark, Champ (U. S. House of Representatives)--5.4
  • Clark, Kate Upson (Romance Publishing Company)--5.4
  • Clark, Lewis G. [of Oberlin, Ohio, 1881]--15.3
  • Clarke, George Herbert (University of Tennessee)--2.31
  • Clarke, James Freeman [Reverend]--5.4
  • Clarkson, R. H. [Episcopal bishop, fl. 1858]--5.4
  • Clayton, John Middleton--5.4, 5.5
  • Cleaveland, Parker (Bowdoin Medical School)--5.4
  • Cleghorn, Sarah N.--2.32
  • Clemens, Cyril--5.5
  • Clifford, Nathan--5.5
  • Clinton, DeWitt--6.1
  • Clodd, Edward--5.5
  • Closson, Henry W. [Colonel (ret.)]--5.5
  • Cluten, Beulah Mitchell [of Park Ridge, Ill., 1911]--2.25
  • Clymer, Meredith--5.5
  • Cobb, Gerard Francis--5.5
  • Cobb, Howell [Secretary of Treasury]--5.5
  • Cobden, Richard--5.5
  • Coghlan, Charles F.--5.5
  • Colfax, Schuyler [Vice-President of the United States, President Grant's administration]--5.5, 15.4, 15.25
  • Collamer, Jacob [Postmaster General]--5.5
  • Collier, John Payne--5.5
  • Collyer, Robert--5.5
  • Colomb, George Hatton [Colonel]--5.5
  • Colton, Arthur W.--2.33
  • Conant, Alban Jasper (Institution Ethnographique)--5.5
  • Conkling, Roscoe--5.5
  • Connor, Selden [Governor of Maine]--5.5
  • Conrad, Charles Magill [Secretary of War, President Fillmore's cabinet]--5.5
  • Converse, Charles C.--5.5
  • Conway, Moncure Daniel--5.5
  • Conway, William Martin, Sir--5.5
  • Cook, Eliza--5.5
  • Cook, Rose Terry--5.5
  • Coolidge, Grace Goodhue [Mrs. Calvin Coolidge]--5.5, 5.6
  • Coomber, George J. (J. W. Bouton, Bookseller, Publisher, and Importer) --2.34
  • Cooper, Astley, Sir--5.6
  • Cooper, Peter--5.6
  • Copeland & Day Co. [of Boston, 1896]--2.35
  • Corse, John M. [Union General]--5.6
  • Cortelyou, George B. [Postmaster General]--5.6
  • Cortissoz, Royal--2.36
  • Corwin, Thomas [Secretary of Navy, President Fillmore's cabinet]--5.6
  • Courtney, William Leonard--5.6
  • Cowdell, Barnett--1.19
  • Cowdin, Elliot Christopher [General]--5.7
  • Cox, Jacob Dolson [Governor of Ohio]--5.7
  • Cox, Samuel Sullivan--5.7
  • Cranch, Christopher Pearce--5.7
  • Crane, Walter--5.7
  • Crane, William H.--5.7
  • Crawford, George Washington [Secretary of War, President Zachary Taylor's cabinet]--5.7
  • Crawford, Jack Randall--5.7
  • Crawford, William Harris (U. S. Treasury Department)--5.7
  • Crawhall, Joseph--5.7
  • Creighton, Mandell, Bishop--5.7
  • Creswell, John A. J.--5.7
  • Crittenden, John Jordan [Attorney General, presidents Harrison's and Fillmore's cabinets]--5.8
  • Crockett, William S.--7.6
  • Crofts, Ernest--5.8
  • Croker, Thomas Crofton--5.8
  • Crookes, William--5.8
  • Crosby, Margaret--5.8
  • Crouch, Frederick William Nicholls--5.8
  • Crowest, Frederick, J.--1.20
  • Crowninshield, Benjamin Williams--5.8
  • Crozier, John Beattie--5.8
  • Cunningham, Peter--5.8
  • Curtis, George Ticknor--5.8
  • Curtis, George William--5.8
  • Curtis, William Eleroy--5.8
  • Cushing, Caleb [Attorney General, President Pierce's cabinet]--5.8
  • Cust, Edward, Sir--5.8
  • Custis, George Washington Parke--5.8
  • Cutting, Mary Stewart Doubleday--2.3
  • Cuyler, Theodore L.--5.8
  • D'Aubigné, J. H. Merle [Reverend]--6.1
  • Dale, Alan--2.38
  • Dallas, Alexander James [Secretary of Treasury]--6.1
  • Dallas, George M. [Vice-President, President Polk's administration]--6.1
  • Dallas, Phillip M. [of Philadelphia, 1874]--6.1
  • Dalzell, James M.--6.1
  • Dana, Charles Anderson (The Sun)--6.1
  • Dana, John Cotton (The Free Public Library of Newark)--2.39
  • Danforth, Elliot (State of New York, Treasurer's Office)--1.21
  • Danielson, Henry--6.1
  • Dann, Mary E.--6.1
  • Davis, Henry L. [of Massachusetts, 1865]--6.1
  • Davis, Rebecca Harding--6.1
  • Dawson, Muriel M. (First Presbyterian Church, Newark)--2.40
  • Day, Susan de Forest--1.22
  • Dearborn, Henry--6.1
  • deKay, Charles (National Arts Club)--1.81, 2.10, 6.1
  • de Lancey, Oliver, 1749-1822--6.1
  • Delano, Columbus [Secretary of Interior]--6.1
  • de la Rue, Warren--12.8
  • de Mappe, Sophia--11.3
  • Dennison, William [Governor of Ohio]--6.1
  • Denslow, W. W.--2.41
  • Depew, Chauncey M.--6.1
  • De Peyster, Abraham, 1657-1728--16.12
  • De Renne, Wymberley Jones--6.1
  • de Selincourt, Ernest--6.1
  • De Tabley, John Byrne Leicester Warren, Baron--6.1
  • Devens, Charles--6.1
  • deVere, Aubrey--6.1
  • Dewar, James, Sir--5.1
  • Dexter, Samuel, 1761-1816--6.1
  • Dickens, Charles [of London, 1907]--6.2
  • Dickerson, Mahlon--6.2
  • Dickinson, Anna Elizabeth--6.2
  • Dickman (?), J. O. [Revolutionary War scholar of White Plains, N.Y., 1898]--1.31
  • Dicksee, Francis Bernard, Sir--6.2
  • Dilke, Ashton--6.2
  • Dilke, Emilia, Lady--6.2
  • Dix, Beulah Marie--1.23
  • Dix, Dorothea Lynde--6.2
  • Dix, John Adams--6.2
  • Dix, Morgan--6.2
  • Dixon, Susan Bullitt--1.24
  • Dixon, William Hepworth--6.2
  • Dixson, Zella Allen--2.42
  • Dobbin, James Cochran (U. S. Navy Department)--6.2
  • Dodge, Mary A. [pseud., Gail Hamilton]--6.2, 8.1
  • Dodge, Mary Mapes--6.2
  • Dole, Nathan Haskell--8.3, 13.3
  • Donelson, Andrew Jackson--6.3
  • Donne, W. Cromwell [Bishop]--1.25
  • Dorr, Julia C. R.--6.3
  • Dougall, Lily--1.26
  • Douglas, Robert Kennaway, Sir (British Museum)--6.3
  • Dow, Neal [General]--6.3
  • Drake, James F.--6.3
  • Drake, Samuel G.--6.3
  • Drepperd, Carl William--6.3
  • Drew, Louisa--6.3
  • Du Chaillu, Paul B.--6.3
  • Duane, William J.--6.3
  • Duff, E. Gordon--6.3
  • Dufferin and Ava, Frederick Temple Blackwood, Marquis of--6.3
  • Duncan, William [of Prince William County, Va., 1736]--16.8
  • Dwight, H. G. [of Roselle, N.J., 1916]--2.43
  • Eastlake, Charles L., Sir--6.4
  • Eaton, Margaret (Hugh & Margaret Eaton Valhal Studio)--2.44
  • Ebers, Georg M.--6.4
  • Edison, Thomas A.--6.4
  • Edmunds, George Franklin--6.4
  • Edward VII, King of Great Britain--15.17
  • Edwards, H. Sutherland--1.27
  • Eggleston, Edward--6.4
  • Eggleston, George Cary--6.4
  • Eliot, Charles W. (Harvard University)--6.4
  • Elkins, Stephen [Secretary of War]--6.4
  • Ellsworth, William W. (Century Co., Publishers)--1.28
  • Ellwanger, George H.--6.4
  • Embury, Emma C.--6.5
  • Emory, Mary B. [of Maryland, 1900]--2.46
  • Endicott, William C. [Secretary of War]--6.5
  • English, Thomas Dunn--6.5
  • Epinay, Eve O. A. de B., baronne--6.5
  • Erving, George W.--6.5
  • Escott, Thomas Hay Sweet--6.5
  • Esher, William Baliol Brett, 1st Viscount--6.5
  • Eustis, William [Secretary of War, President Madison's cabinet]--6.5
  • Evarts, William M. [Secretary of State, President Hayes's cabinet]--6.5
  • Ewing, Thomas, 1789-1871--6.5
  • Fairbanks, Charles Warren [Senator]--7.1
  • Fairchild, Charles S. (U. S. Treasury Department)--7.1
  • Fairholt, Frederick William--7.1
  • Faithfull, Emily--7.1
  • Farjeon, Benjamin L.--7.1
  • Farrar, Frederick William--7.1
  • Fawcett, Edgar--7.1
  • Fearkam (?), Maurice [musician (?) of London, 1898]--7.1
  • Fenn, George Manville--7.1
  • Fenton, Reuben E. [Governor of the State of New York]--7.1
  • Ferry, Orris S. [Senator]--7.2
  • Fessenden, William Pitt--7.2
  • Few, William Preston (Trinity College)--7.2
  • Field, Cyrus W.--7.2
  • Field, David Dudley, 1805-1894--7.2
  • Field, Henry M.--7.2
  • Field, Isobel Osbourne--13.6
  • Field, Kate--12.7
  • Field, Roswell Martin (The Chicago Evening Post)--7.2
  • Fildes, Samuel Luke--7.2
  • Fillmore, Millard--15.5
  • Finck, H. J. (The Evening Post)--1.29
  • Fisk, Clinton B.--7.2
  • Fiske, John--7.2
  • Fitch, Edmund [secretary to [James W.?] Riley, Indianapolis, 1911]--2.85
  • Fitzball, Edward--7.2
  • Fitzpatrick, William John--7.2
  • Fleuriau, Aimé Joseph de--7.2
  • Florence, William Jermyn--7.3
  • Floyd, John B.--7.2
  • Folger, Charles J. [Secretary of Treasury]--7.2
  • Forbes, John, 1801-1874--7.2
  • Forman, Emily Shaw--1.30
  • Forrest, Edwin--7.3
  • Forrest, Mary [pseud. of Julia D. Freeman]--7.3
  • Forsyth, John [Secretary of State, President Van Buren's cabinet]--7.3
  • Forward, Walter [Secretary of Treasury]--7.2, 7.3
  • Foster, Charles (State of Ohio, Executive Department)--7.3
  • Foster, John Watson (U. S. Department of State)--7.3
  • Foster, Lafayette S. [Acting Vice-President, President Johnson's administration]--7.3
  • Foster, Michael, Sir--7.3
  • Frampton, George James--7.4
  • Franklin, Jane, Lady--7.4
  • Franks, Augustus W., Sir--7.4
  • Freeman, Edward Augustus--7.4
  • Frelinghuysen, Frederick T. (U. S. Department of State)--7.2
  • Frémont, John C. [General]--7.4
  • Frere, B. [of England, 1908]--7.4
  • Frith, William Powell--8.5
  • Frothingham, Octavius B.--7.4
  • Froude, James A.--7.4
  • Früson, W. [of Liverpool, 1841]--7.4
  • Furman, Philip Howard (Philip Howard Furman, Rare and Standard Books)--3.3
  • Furness, William Henry--7.4
  • Furniss, Harry--7.4
  • Furnivall, Frederick J.--7.4
  • Gage, Lyman J. (U. S. Treasury Department)--7.5
  • Gales, Joseph, 1786-1860--7.5
  • Gallatin, Albert--7.5
  • Gallaudet, S. S.--2.47
  • Gallenga, Antonio Carlo Napoleone--7.5
  • Gannon, A. T. (Thomas J. Gannon, Inc.)--3.4
  • Ganz, Wilhelm--7.5
  • Gardiner, Samuel Rawson--7.5
  • Garfield, Eliza Ballou [of Cleveland, 1881]--15.6
  • Garfield, James A. (U. S. House of Representatives)--7.5
  • Garfield, James R. [Secretary of Interior]--7.5
  • Garland, Augustus H. [Attorney General, President Cleveland's cabinet] --7.5
  • Garrison, Theodosia--7.5
  • Gatty, Charles T.--7.6
  • Geddes, Patrick, Sir--7.5
  • Gerry, Elbridge T., 1837-1927--7.5
  • Gibbons, James [Cardinal]--13.2
  • Gibson, Charles, b. 1874--7.5
  • Gibson, William Hamilton--7.5
  • Gifford, Robert Swain--7.5
  • Gilder, Jeannette L. (The Critic Co.)--2.48
  • Gilder, Joseph Benson (The Critic)--1.32
  • Giles, Henry--7.5
  • Gillam, Bernhard--7.5
  • Gilmer, Thomas W.--7.5
  • Gilmore, James R.--7.5
  • Gilpin, Henry Dilworth--7.5
  • Gladden, Washington--7.5
  • Gladstone, William Ewart--7.6
  • Glaspell, Susan--7.6
  • Goldwasser, I. Edwin (L. Erstein & Bro., Inc.)--3.4
  • Gomez, Daniel [of New York, 1734]--16.1
  • Gomez, Moses [of New York, fl. 1790], recipient--see Boudinot, Elisha
  • Goodhue, Bertram G.--2.49
  • Gordon, Charles George--7.6
  • Gorren, Aline--1.33
  • Gower, Ronald Charles Sullivan, Lord--7.6
  • Graham, William A. [Secretary of Navy, President Fillmore's cabinet] --7.6
  • Granger, Francis [Postmaster General, President Harrison's cabinet]--7.6
  • Granger, Gideon--7.6
  • Grant, John (John Grant, Bookseller)--3.4
  • Graves, John Temple (New York American)--7.6
  • Greely, Adolphus Washington--7.6, 12.7
  • Green, John Richard--7.4, 7.6
  • Greene, Alexander (Alexander Greene Books)--3.4
  • Greenslet, Ferris (Houghton Mifflin Company)--2.50
  • Greenwood, Frederick--7.6
  • Greenwood, Grace--7.6
  • Gregory, Eliot--1.45
  • Gresham, Walter Q.--7.6
  • Griffin, Nelson F. (The Chase National Bank)--3.2
  • Griffis, William E.--7.7
  • Griggs, John W. (Office of the Attorney General)--7.7
  • Grossmith, Weedon--7.4
  • Grote, George--7.7
  • Grundy, Sydney--7.7
  • Guthrie, James [Secretary of Treasury]--7.7
  • Hagedorn, Hermann--2.51
  • Haldane, Richard Burdon Haldane, Viscount--8.1
  • Haldimand, Frederick, Sir--8.1
  • Hall, A. Oakey [Mayor of New York City]--8.1
  • Hall, Anna Maria--8.1
  • Hall, Christopher Newman--8.1
  • Hall, Henry Rushton--8.1
  • Hall, Nathan Kelsey [Postmaster General, President Fillmore's cabinet] --8.1
  • Hall, Samuel Carter--8.1
  • Hamblen, Herbert E.--1.34
  • Hamerton, Philip Gilbert--8.1
  • Hamilton, Ernest--1.35
  • Hamilton, Paul (U. S. Navy Department)--8.1
  • Hamlin, Cyrus--8.3
  • Hamlin, Hannibal [Vice President, Lincoln's first administration]
  • Hampton, Wade [General, Confederate States of America]--8.2
  • Hancock, Winfield Scott [Union General]--8.2
  • Hanks, L. D. [judge of Pennsylvania, 1821]--16.9
  • Hardie, James A. [Union General]--8.2
  • Harding, Jane--8.2
  • Hardy, Arthur S.--8.2
  • Hare, J. I. Clark--8.2
  • Hare, John, Sir--8.2
  • Harlan, James, 1820-1899--8.2
  • Harland, Marion [pseud. of Mary Virginia Terhune]--2.3, 8.2
  • Harmon, Judson [Attorney General]--8.2
  • Harper, Robert Goodloe--8.2
  • Harraden, Beatrice--8.4
  • Harris, Joel Chandler--8.2
  • Harrison, Birge--2.53
  • Harrison, Constance Cary [Mrs. Burton Harrison]--8.2
  • Harte, Bret--8.2
  • Harte, Walter Blackburn--1.36
  • Harvey, O. F. (American Car and Foundry Company)--3.14
  • Hatton, Frank [Postmaster General]--8.7
  • Haven, Erastus Otis [Bishop]--8.3
  • Haweis, Mary Eliza Joy--8.3
  • Hawks, Francis Lister--8.2
  • Hawley, Joseph R.--8.3
  • Hayes, Isaac Israel--8.3
  • Hayes, Rutherford B. [President]--8.3
  • Hayne, Mary Middleton Michel--8.3
  • Hayward, Abraham--8.3
  • Hazard, Ebenezer [Postmaster General, President Washington's cabinet] --8.3
  • Headley, Joel T.--8.3
  • Heartman, Charles F. (Charles F. Heartman, Antiquarian Bookseller)--3.5
  • Heath, Francis George--8.3
  • Heaton, John Henniker, Sir--8.3
  • Heintzelman, Margaret Stuart--8.3
  • Helper, Hinton Rowan--8.4
  • Helps, Arthur, Sir--8.4
  • Henderson, David Bremner [Speaker of the House of Representatives]--8.4
  • Hendricks, Thomas Andrews [Vice-President, President Cleveland's administration]--8.4
  • Hendrik, Prince, consort of Wilhelmina, Queen of the Netherlands--8.4
  • Henkels, Stan. V. (Stan. V. Henkels, Literary & Art Auctioneer)--3.5
  • Henley, Joseph W.--8.4
  • Henry, O. [pseud. of William Sydney Porter]--12.7
  • Henshaw, David--8.4
  • Herbert, Hilary A.--8.4
  • Herbert, Sidney, Lord--8.4
  • Heunis, Caroline M.--2.55
  • Hickox, Chauncey--8.4
  • Hierholzer, Caroline Lowa--3.5
  • Hill, Barton [American actor, fl. 1884]--8.4
  • Hill, Constance [of London, 1911]--2.11
  • Hill, Frank P. (Brooklyn Public Library)--1.37
  • Hill, Walter M. (Walter M. Hill, Bookseller and Importer)--3.5, 8.4
  • Hilliard, Robert Cochran--8.4
  • Hilsoff, M., Prince (Imperial Minister of Ways of Communication in Russia)--8.4
  • Hitchcock, Ethan A. [Secretary of Interior]--8.4
  • Hoar, Ebenezer R.--8.6
  • Hobart, Garret A. [Vice-President, President McKinley's first administration]--8.5
  • Hoffman, Charles Fenno--8.5
  • Hole, S. Reynolds--8.5
  • Holland, Josiah Gilbert--8.5
  • Holloway, William Robeson--8.1
  • Holmes, Burton--2.56
  • Holmes, John Haynes (The Community Church of New York)--8.5
  • Holmes, Mary J.--8.5
  • Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894--8.5
  • Holstein, Mark G.--3.5
  • Holt, Joseph--8.5
  • Hook, Theodore--8.5
  • Hooker, Isabella Beecher--8.6, 15.7
  • Hoover, Herbert [President]--8.6
  • Hornby, Charles Harry St. John--2.3
  • Horton, Edward A. (The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Senate Chamber, Boston)--2.57
  • Howard, Bronson--8.6
  • Howard, George William Frederick, Earl of Carlisle--5.3
  • Howard, Leland Ossian--8.6
  • Howe, Julia Ward--8.6
  • Howe, Timothy [Postmaster General, President Arthur's cabinet]--8.6
  • Howe, William T. H. (American Book Company)--3.5
  • Howitt, Mary--8.6
  • Howitt, Richard--8.6
  • Howitt, William--8.6
  • Howley, William [Archbishop of Canterbury]--8.6
  • Hoyt, Francis W. (The Century Co., Publishers)--2.58
  • Hudson, Robert Arundell--8.7
  • Hughes, Thomas, 1822-1896--8.7
  • Hulbert, C. M., Mrs.--2.37
  • Humphreys, Andrew Atkinson [Union General]--8.7
  • Hunt, Thornton Leigh--8.7
  • Hunt, Washington [Governor of New York]--8.7
  • Hunt, William H., 1823-1884--8.7
  • Hunt, William Henry, 1857-1949--8.7
  • Hunter, William Wilson, Sir--1.38
  • H--, S-- [of Hartford, 1795, to Samuel A. Otis]--8.1
  • Ingalls, John J.--1.39, 9.1
  • Ingelow, Jean--9.1
  • Ingersoll, Robert G.--9.1
  • Ingham, Samuel D. [Secretary of Treasury]--9.1
  • Inman, Maurice (Maurice Inman, Inc.)--3.6
  • Ireland, Alexander--9.1
  • Ireland, Joseph Norton--9.1
  • Irving, Henry, Sir--9.1
  • James, George Payne Rainsford--9.2
  • James, Thomas Lemuel [Postmaster General]--9.2
  • Jameson, Anna--9.2
  • Jameson, M. Estell--1.40
  • Janes, P. Neville [of Australia, 1919]--2.59
  • Jeaffreson, John Cordy--9.2
  • Jebb, Richard C.--9.2
  • Jeffrey, Francis, Lord--9.2
  • Jenks, Tudor--2.60
  • Jerdan, William--9.2
  • Jerrold, Douglas William--9.2
  • Jerrold, W. Blanchard--9.3
  • Jessopp, Augustus--9.3
  • Jewell, Marshall (Office of P. Jewell & Sons)--9.3
  • Johnson, Burges (G. P. Putnam's Sons)--1.41
  • Johnson, Cave [Postmaster General, President Polk's cabinet]--9.3
  • Johnson, Reverdy--9.3
  • Johnson, Richard Mentor [Vice-President, President Van Buren's administration]--9.3
  • Johnson, Rossiter (D. Appleton & Co.)--2.61, 9.3
  • Johnston, Richard Malcolm--9.3
  • Jones, Harry, 1823-1900--9.3
  • Jones, Henry [the whist player]--9.3
  • Jones, Thomas S., Jr.--2.62
  • Jones, William, 1760-1831--9.3
  • Jordan, Kate [American author, fl. 1892]--9.3
  • Joyce, John Alexander--9.3
  • Jusserand, Jean Jules--9.3
  • Kasson, John Adam (Office of the United States Marshal, District of Iowa)--9.4
  • Keble, John--9.4
  • Kelleher, W. F. (Art Studio Books, Inc.)--3.7
  • Kelly, Katherine (Arthur Swann)--3.13
  • Kemper, James L. [Governor of the State of Virginia]--9.4
  • Kendal, Madge--9.4
  • Kendall, Amos (U. S. Treasury Department)--9.4
  • Kenealy, Annesley--9.4
  • Kennedy, J. A. (Office of the Superintendant of Metropolitan Police, New York)--9.4
  • Kennerley, Mitchell--9.4
  • Kern, Jerome D.--3.7
  • Key, David M. [Postmaster General, President Hayes's cabinet]--9.4
  • Kildare, Owen--9.4
  • King, Horatio, 1811-1897--9.4
  • King, Rufus, 1814-1876--9.4
  • King, Thomas Starr--9.4
  • Kingsley, Henry--9.4
  • Kip, William Ingraham--9.4
  • Kirby-Smith, Edmund [General, Confederate States of America]--15.34
  • Kirkwood, Samuel Jordan (U. S. Department of the Interior)--9.4
  • Knight, Joseph--9.4
  • Krausé, Lyda Farrington [pseud., Barbara Yechton]--1.42, 1.78
  • Kreymborg, Alfred (Others: A Magazine of Poetry)--2.63
  • LaGuardia, Fiorello H. [Mayor of New York City]--10.1
  • Lamar, Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus--10.1
  • Lamb, Frederick S. (Ecclesiastical Art Memorial)--2.64
  • Lamb, Martha J.--10.1
  • Lamon, Dorothy [daughter of Ward H. Lamon]--10.1
  • Lamont, Daniel Scott [Secretary of War, President Cleveland's cabinet] --10.1
  • Landon, Letitia Elizabeth--10.1
  • Lansdowne, Henry Charles Keith Petty-Fitzmaurice, 5th Marquis of--10.1
  • Lansdowne, William Petty, 1st Marquis of--10.1
  • Lanza, Clara--10.1
  • Larcom, Lucy--10.2
  • Lawrence, Susanna [of New York, 1758]--10.2
  • Layard, Austen H., Sir--10.2
  • Leader, Benjamin Williams--10.2
  • Lear, Tobias--10.2
  • Lecky, W. E. H.--10.2
  • Ledoux, Louis V.--2.88
  • Lee, Henry Austin--10.2
  • Lee, James [of Bergen, N.J., 1758]--16.10
  • Lee, Sidney, Sir--10.2
  • Leeds, Virginia Niles--1.43
  • Lefevre, Edwin--10.2
  • Legaré, Hugh (Office of the Attorney General)--10.2
  • Leland, Charles G.--10.2
  • Lemon, Mark (London Journal)--10.2
  • Lemperly, Paul (Benton, Hall & Company)--2.65, 2.66
  • Lempriere, John--10.2
  • Leopold, Duke of Albany--10.2
  • Lepsius, Richard--10.2
  • Leslie, George Dunlop--10.2
  • LeVert, Octavia Walton--15.8
  • Lewald, Fanny--10.2
  • Lewis, Edwin Herbert (Lewis Institute)--2.67
  • Lewis, Gladys A. [pseud., Georges Lewys]--10.2
  • Lewis, W. W. (The George Washington University)--10.2
  • Liddell, Henry George--10.3
  • Lieber, Francis--10.3
  • Lilly, William Samuel--1.44
  • Lincoln, Levi--10.3
  • Lincoln, Mary Todd--10.3
  • Lincoln, Robert Todd--10.3
  • Lincolnshire, Charles Robert Wynn-Carrington, Marquis of--10.3
  • Linton, Eliza Lynn--10.3
  • Lister, Joseph--10.3
  • Littledale, Richard Frederick--10.3
  • Littlejohn, Abram Newkirk--10.3
  • Livingston, Edward [Mayor of New York City]--10.4
  • Livingston, Luther S. (Dodd, Mead & Co., Publishers, Booksellers and Importers)--2.12, 10.4
  • Locker-Lampson, Frederick, Sir--10.4
  • Lockwood, Frank--10.4
  • Loeb, Louis--10.4
  • Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg, Anne, Fürstin--13.3
  • Long, Edwin, 1829-1891 [English painter]--10.4
  • Long, John D. (U. S. Navy Department)--10.4
  • Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth--10.4
  • Longman, William, 1813-1877--10.4
  • Loring, George B.--10.4
  • Lossing, Benson J.--10.5
  • Louis Philippe, King of France--10.5
  • Lovera [London resident, 1919]--10.5
  • Low, Hudson, Sir--10.5
  • Low, Seth [Mayor of New York City]--10.5
  • Lowell, Augustus--10.5
  • Loyson, Charles [pseud., Pere Hyacinthe]--10.5
  • Maberly, Catherine Charlotte--11.1
  • McCaffree, Mary Jane [secretary to Mamie D. Eisenhower]--11.1
  • McCardell, Roy L.--11.1
  • McCarthy, Justin--11.1
  • McClees, Kennard (Plaza Art Auction Rooms, Inc.)--3.11
  • McClellan, Edward [late 19th cent., Washington and Rome]--11.1
  • McClellan, George B. [Union General]--11.1
  • McClelland, Robert [Secretary of Interior]--11.1
  • McCormick, Ken (Colony Book Shop)--3.2
  • McCrary, George Washington [Secretary of War]--11.1
  • McCulloch, Hugh [Secretary of Treasury]--11.1
  • McDowell, Irvin [Union General]--11.1
  • McHenry, James, 1753-1816--11.1
  • McIlvaine, Mabel (Chicago Chapter of the Bibliographical Society of America)--2.68
  • McKay, Charles--11.1
  • McKay, Eric--11.1
  • MacKay, W. MacDonald--2.69
  • MacKaye, Percy [of New Hampshire, 1916]--2.13
  • McKee, Mary H. [Mrs. J. R. McKee, of Indianapolis, 1904]--11.1
  • Mackenzie, Morell, Sir--11.2
  • MacKenzie, Robert Shelton--11.2
  • Mackie, John Milton--11.2
  • McKinney, M. S. [secretary to E. C. Stedman]--2.70
  • McLane, Louis [Acting Secretary of Treasury]--11.2
  • MacLaren, Ian [pseud. of John Watson]--11.2
  • McLean, John [Postmaster General]--11.2
  • MacNab, Allan Napier, Sir--11.2
  • MacQuoid, Katharine S.--11.2
  • Macready, William Charles--11.2
  • MacVeagh, Wayne (U. S. Department of Justice)--11.2
  • Madan, Falconer--11.2
  • Madigan, John J.--3.8
  • Maggs Bros.--3.8
  • Maggs, Ernest U. (Maggs Bros.)--3.8
  • Maggs, H. Clifford (Maggs Bros.)--3.8
  • Maginn, William--11.2
  • Maguire, John D. [Catholic University of America, 1909]--14.5
  • Mahaffy, John Pentland--11.2, 11.5
  • Mahan, Alfred T.--11.2
  • Maine, Henry James Sumner, Sir--11.2
  • Maitland, Edward, 1824-1897--11.2
  • Mallock, William H.--11.2
  • Mangum, Willie Person--11.3
  • Manners, John James Robert, Duke of Rutland--11.3
  • Manning, Daniel, Secretary of Treasury--11.3
  • Manning, William T. [Bishop]--2.1
  • Marcy, William L. [Governor of New York]--11.3
  • Margaret, Crown Princess of Sweden, 1882-1920--11.3
  • Maria Theresia, Empress of Austria--16.6
  • Marillier, Henry Currie--1.46
  • Marks, Harry F. (Harry F. Marks, Bookseller, Publisher & Importer)--3.9
  • Marlborough, Charles Richard John Spencer Churchill, 9th Duke of--11.3
  • Marryat, Florence--11.3
  • Marston, John Westland--11.3
  • Marston, Philip Bourke--11.4
  • Martin, John [pseud. of Morgan Shepard]--2.71, 2.90
  • Martin, Theodore, Sir--11.4
  • Martineau, James--11.4
  • Mary, Princess, Duchess of Gloucester--11.4
  • Mason, John Y. (U. S. Navy Department)--11.4
  • Massey, Gerald--11.4
  • Masson, David--11.4
  • Masson, Thomas L. (Life)--2.72
  • Masterson, Kate--11.4
  • Matheson, Kenneth James, Sir--11.4
  • Mathews, Ferdinand Schuyler--1.47, 2.73
  • May, Thomas Erskine, Sir--11.4
  • Mayer, Brantz--11.4
  • Maynard, Horace--11.4
  • Mead, Larkin G.--11.5
  • Meakin, Budgett--11.4
  • Meigs, Henry--11.5
  • Merle D'Aubigné, Jean Henri--11.5
  • Metaxas, D. J. [Greek diplomat, 1903]--11.5
  • Milman, Henry H.--11.5
  • Minor, William T. [Governor of Connecticut]--11.5
  • Minster, Sol (The Violin Shop)--11.5
  • Mitchell, John Ames (Life)--11.5
  • Moffat, Robert--11.5
  • Moir, David M.--11.5
  • Montgomery, Hugh [of New York, 1795]--11.5
  • Montgomery, Robert, 1807-1855--11.5
  • Moody, Dwight L.--11.5
  • Moore, Clara Jessup--1.49
  • Morgan, Grenfell & Co.--3.8, 3.9
  • Morison, Jeanie--11.5
  • Morley, Arnold [British legislator, 1888]--11.5
  • Morley, John, Lord--11.5
  • Morrill, Lot Myrick--11.5
  • Morris, George P.--11.6
  • Morris, Harrison S.--11.6
  • Morris, Lewis, Sir--11.6
  • Morrow, Dwight (Embassy of the United States of America, Mexico City)--3.14
  • Morse, James Herbert--11.6
  • Morse, Willard S.--2.6
  • Morton, Levi P.--11.6
  • Moschowitz, Eli [Dr.]--3.8
  • Moulton, Ellen Louise Chandler--11.6
  • Muhlenberg, William Augustus [Reverend]--11.7
  • Mumford, David [of New York, 1792]--16.7
  • Munger, Theodore Thornton--1.50
  • Munro, Neil--11.5
  • Murdock, Harold (National Shawmut Bank of Boston)--2.45
  • Murphy, Francis, 1836-1907--15.98
  • Murphy, Peter [ship's captain, of New York, 1809]--11.7
  • Murray, James A. H. [lexicographer]--11.7
  • Murray, James [Governor of the Provinces of Quebec and Minorca]--11.7
  • Murray, John, Sir, 1851-1928--11.7
  • Murrell, George [1st Lt., 128th Regiment, NYSV, 1864]--11.7
  • Myers, Albert I. (Myers & Co.)--3.9
  • Napier, Charles, Sir--12.1
  • Nast, Thomas--12.1
  • Nelson, W. H. de B. (John Lane Company, New York, 1917)--2.74
  • Nevada, Emma [pseud. of Emma Wixon]--12.1
  • Nevill, Dorothy, Lady--12.1
  • Newell, Robert H. [pseud., Orpheus C. Kerr]--12.1
  • Newton, Alfred Edward--12.1
  • Newton, Benjamin [of London, 1810]--12.1
  • Nilsson, Christine--12.1
  • Nordhoff, Evelyn Hunter--12.1
  • Nordica, Lillian--12.1
  • Normand, Ernest--12.1
  • Norris, William Edward--2.75
  • North, Simon Newton Dexter (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)--14.8
  • Norton, Caroline E. S.--12.1
  • Norton, Charles Eliot--12.1
  • Norton, Frank H.--12.1
  • O'Connell, Denis Joseph [Archbishop]--12.2
  • O'Grady, Standish--12.2
  • O'Riordan, Conal--12.2
  • O'Sullivan, Vincent, 1872-1940--2.3
  • Offenbach, Jacques--12.2
  • Ogden, Aaron--5.1
  • Orsay,---, Count d' [fl. late 19th century?]--6.3
  • Osborne, Duffield--12.2
  • Owens, Thomas E. [actor, fl. 1875]--12.2
  • Oxford University Press, New York--3.11
  • Page, Curtis Hidden--2.77
  • Palgrave, Mary E.--1.51
  • Palmer, Erastus D.--12.3
  • Pardoe, Julia--12.3
  • Parker, Gilbert--8.2
  • Parker, Richard [American, fl. 1843]--12.3
  • Parkhurst, C. Frank (Supreme Court of Rhode Island)--12.5
  • Parkman, Francis--12.3
  • Parton, James--12.3
  • Parton, Sara W. [pseud., Fanny Fern]--12.3
  • Patti, Adelina--12.3
  • Paulding, Hiram--12.3
  • Pauli, Reinhold--12.3
  • Payn, James--12.3
  • Payne, John Howard--12.3
  • Perkins, James Breck--1.53
  • Perry, Nora--12.3
  • Peterson(?), E. J. (The Independent)--1.55
  • Pforzheimer, Carl H. (Carl H. Pforzheimer & Co.)--3.11
  • Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart--8.3, 12.3
  • Phillipps, Adelaide--12.4
  • Piatt, Donn--4.4, 12.4
  • Piatt, John J.--12.4
  • Piatt, Sarah M. B.--12.4
  • Pickering, Timothy [Secretary of War, President Washington's cabinet] --15.10
  • Pierce, Edward L.--12.4
  • Pierce, Franklin [President]--15.11
  • Pinero, Arthur Wing--7.6
  • Plank, George Wolfe--2.79
  • Playfair, James, 1738-1819--12.4
  • Pleasanton, Alfred [Union General]--15.12
  • Pollock, Walter H.--12.5
  • Poole, Hester M.--12.5
  • Poore, Benjamin Perley (Congressional Directory)--12.5
  • Pope, John [Union General]--15.13
  • Porter, Fitz-John [Union General]--15.14
  • Porter, Peter Buell [General]--15.15
  • Potter, Cora Urquhart--12.5
  • Potter, Eliphalet Nott (Cosmopolitan University, New York)--1.54
  • Powell, Richard Douglas, Sir--12.5
  • Poynter, Edward John, Sir--12.5
  • Poznanski, Isaac Barrett--12.3
  • Pratt, Calvin E. [Union General]--15.16
  • Prentice, George D.--12.5
  • Price, Warwick James--14.5
  • Prideaux, William Francis--2.2
  • Prime, Samuel I.--12.5
  • Procter, Anne M. [American?, in London, c. 1886]--12.5
  • Procter, Bryan W. [pseud., Barry Cornwall]--5.6, 12.5
  • Proctor, Edna Dean--2.80
  • Pryor, Roger A.--15.18
  • Purdy, Helen T. [of California, 1916]--2.81
  • Putnam, George Haven--1.79
  • Pyle, Howard [Deputy Assistant to the President, President Eisenhower's cabinet]--12.5
  • P--, Frederica V. (Kiluna Farm, Long Island)--2.76
  • Quincy, Eliza S.--12.6
  • R. H. S.--1.80
  • Radford, William [Rear-Admiral]--15.19
  • Raleigh, William Alexander--12.7
  • Ralph, Julian--1.1, 12.7
  • Rawson, Maud Stepney--2.84
  • Rayleigh, John William Strutt, 3rd Baron--12.7
  • Raymond, Walter--12.7
  • Redding, Cyrus--12.7
  • Reed, Isaac George, Jr.--12.7
  • Reese, Lizette Woodworth--12.7
  • Reynolds, George William MacArthur--12.7
  • Rhead, Louis--2.82, 2.83
  • Ribal, Edward A.--3.12
  • Rice, James, 1843-1882--12.7
  • Richardson, Charles F.--12.7
  • Rideing, William H. (The Youth's Companion)--12.7
  • Riggs, T. Grattan--12.7
  • Riley, James Whitcomb--12.7
  • Ristori, Adelaide--12.7
  • Robert Rivière & Son, Ltd.--3.5, 3.12
  • Roberts, Charles George Douglas--12.7
  • Roberts, David, 1796-1864--12.7
  • Roberts, Frederick S., Lord--12.7
  • Roberts, Henry [Governor of Connecticut]--12.7
  • Roberts, Kenneth--12.8
  • Robinson, Frederick W., 1830-1901--12.7
  • Robson, Stuart--12.8
  • Roche, James Jeffrey--12.8
  • Roden, Robert F. (Grolier Club)--1.56
  • Rodgers, John [Commodore, U.S. Navy]--15.20
  • Rolfe, John Carew (University of Pennsylvania)--12.8
  • Roosevelt, Eleanor--12.8
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D.--12.8
  • Roosevelt, Robert Barnwell--12.8
  • Ropes, Joseph--12.8
  • Rosecrans, William Stark [Union General]--15.21
  • Rowe, George Fawcett--12.8
  • Russell, Addison Peale--12.8
  • Russell, George William Erskine--12.8
  • Russell, R. H. [of New York, 1900]--1.57
  • Russell, William Howard, Sir--12.8
  • Rutter, Robert (Robert Rutter & Son, Bookbinders)--1.58
  • Rye, William Brenchley--12.8
  • Saleeby, Monica--13.1
  • Salten, Felix--13.1
  • Salvini, Tommaso--17.1
  • Samuel, Herbert Louis, Sir--13.1
  • Sanborn, F. B.--13.1
  • Sanborn, Kate--1.59, 13.1
  • Sangster, Margaret--13.1
  • Sankey, Ira D.--13.1
  • Satterthwaite, Elizabeth B.--13.1
  • Saxton, E. F. (Doubleday Page & Co., The Country Life Press)--2.78
  • Sayce, Henry Archibald--13.1
  • Scharf, George, Sir--13.1
  • Schauffler, Robert Haven--2.86
  • Schenck, Robert C. [Union General]--13.1, 15.22
  • Schley, William [of Maryland]--13.1
  • Schley, Winfield Scott [Admiral]--15.23
  • Schofield, John McAlister [Secretary of War, President Johnson's cabinet] --15.24
  • Schoolcraft, Mary Howard--13.1
  • Schott, G. C. [of Demerara, British Guiana, 1805]--13.1
  • Schuyler, Philip--15.26
  • Schwartz, Julia Augusta--1.60
  • Schwerdt, Charles Francis George Richard--3.13
  • Scollard, Clinton--13.2
  • Scott, Clement William--1.61
  • Scott, Geoffrey--13.1
  • Scott, Temple--3.5
  • Scott, Winfield [General]--15.27
  • Scudder, Horace Elisha (The Atlantic Monthly)--13.2
  • Sedgwick, Robert--2.87
  • Selous, Frederick Courteney--13.2
  • Sessler, Charles--3.14
  • Sewall, Frank [cleric of Washington, c. 1910]--13.2
  • Seward, William H. [Secretary of State, President Lincoln's cabinet]--15.29
  • Seymour, Thomas [of Hartford, 1765]--15.30
  • Sharpe, Charles Kirkpatrick--13.2
  • Shattuck, Aaron D.--13.2
  • Shelton, William Henry (Washington Headquarters Association)--2.89
  • Sherman, Ellen Burns--1.62
  • Sherman, Frank Demster--2.91
  • Sherman, James Schoolcraft--13.2
  • Sherman, John [Secretary of Treasury, President Hayes's cabinet]--15.31
  • Sherman, William T. [General]--13.2, 15.32
  • Sherwood, Mary Elizabeth Wilson--1.63
  • Shillaber, Benjamin P. (Boston Saturday Evening Gazette)--13.2
  • Shugio, H. [of New York, 1895]--2.92
  • Sickles, Daniel E. [Union General]--15.28
  • Sidgwick, Alfred--13.2
  • Sidgwick, Cecily--1.65
  • Sidgwick, Frank--13.2
  • Sidgwick, Henry--13.2
  • Sigel, Franz [Union General]--13.2
  • Sigourney, Lydia Howard Huntley--13.2
  • Silo, James P.--3.13
  • Simpson, John Palgrave--13.2
  • Sims, George R.--13.2
  • Sin, Hyman [of Baltimore, 1903]--2.93
  • Sladen, Douglas--13.2
  • Slattery, Charles Lewis [Bishop]--2.3
  • Smalley, George W. (Office of The Tribune)--13.2
  • Smiles, Samuel--13.3
  • Smillie, James D., 1833-1909--13.3
  • Smith, Charles Emory [Postmaster General, Theodore Roosevelt's cabinet]--15.33
  • Smith, Charles Roach (British Archæological Association)--13.3
  • Smith, Elizabeth Oakes--13.3
  • Smith, George Barnett--13.3
  • Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874--15.35
  • Smith, Goldwin--13.3
  • Smith, Hoke (U. S. Department of the Interior)--13.2
  • Smith, Robert [Secretary of the Navy, President Jefferson's cabinet]--15.36
  • Smith, Samuel Francis--13.3
  • Smith, Samuel, 1752-1839--15.37
  • Smith, Seba--13.3
  • Smith, William [Major General, Confederate States of America]--15.38
  • Solomon, S. J.--13.3
  • Sotheby, William--13.3
  • Southard, Samuel L. [Secretary of Navy, President Monroe's cabinet] --15.39
  • Sparks, Jared--15.40
  • Spedding, James--13.3
  • Speed, John Gilmer (The American Magazine)--13.4
  • Spencer, John Canfield--13.4, 15.41, 15.42
  • Spencer, Walter T. (Walter T. Spencer, Second-hand Bookseller)--3.10, 3.13
  • Spofford, Ainsworth R. (Library of Congress)--7.2
  • Spofford, Harriet Prescott--13.4
  • Sprague, William, 1830-1915--13.4
  • Stair, George W. (Himebaugh & Browne, Inc.)--3.14
  • Stamfordham, Arthur John Bigge, 1st Baron--13.4
  • Stanhope, Philip Henry Stanhope, 5th Earl--13.4
  • Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn--13.4, 15.43
  • Stanley, Henry M.--15.44
  • Stanton, Edwin M. [Secretary of War, President Buchanan's cabinet]--15.45
  • Stanton, Elizabeth Cady--13.4
  • Starkey, Thomas A. [Bishop]--13.4
  • Staunton, Howard--13.4
  • Stebbins, Mary Elizabeth Hewitt--13.4
  • Stedman, Edmund Clarence--13.4
  • Steed, Henry Wickham--14.7
  • Steedman, Robert D.--3.13
  • Steel, Flora Annie--13.4
  • Stephen, Leslie (Dictionary of National Biography)--13.5
  • Stephens, Alexander H. [Vice-President of The Confederate States of America]--15.46
  • Sterling, Antoinette--13.5
  • Stevens, Augusta De Grasse--13.5
  • Stevens, Thaddeus--15.47
  • Stevenson, Edward Irenaeus (Harper & Brothers, Publishers)--1.66
  • Stimson, Frederick J. [pseud., J. S. of Dale]--13.6
  • Stirling Maxwell, William--11.4, 13.5
  • Stoddard, Richard Henry--13.5
  • Stoddart, Alfred--13.5
  • Stoddert, Benjamin [Secretary of Navy, President Jefferson's cabinet] --15.48
  • Stoker, Bram--13.5
  • Stone, John Benjamin, Sir--13.5
  • Stone, Lucy--15.49
  • Stone, Marcus--13.6
  • Stone, Samuel John, 1839-1900--15.50
  • Stone, Wilbur M.--2.5
  • Stone, William L., 1835-1908--13.6
  • Stovall, Pleasant A. (The Savannah Press)--13.6
  • Strakosch, Carl [musician, 1891]--13.6
  • Straus, Oscar S. (Public Service Commission for the First District, New York)--13.6
  • Street, George Edmund--15.51
  • Strickland, Agnes--13.6
  • Strong, Josiah (American Institute of Social Service)--13.6
  • Stuart, Alexander H. H. [Secretary of Interior, President Fillmore's cabinet]--15.52
  • Stuart, Edwin Sydney--13.6
  • Stuart, John, Sir [general in Napoleonic wars]--15.53
  • Stuart, Ruth McEnery--13.6
  • Stubbs, William--13.6
  • Sturgis, Julian--1.67
  • Suin (?), George N. [of London, 1916]--13.6
  • Sullivan, James, 1744-1808--15.54
  • Sullivan, Thomas R.--13.6
  • Sumner, Charles--13.6
  • Swain, Charles--13.6
  • Swann, Arthur--3.13
  • Tabb, John B.--14.1
  • Taft, Alfonso--15.55
  • Taft, Henry W. (Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft)--2.94
  • Taliaferro, William B. [Major General, Confederate States of America] --15.56
  • Talmage, T. DeWitt [Reverend]--14.1
  • Tappen, Thomas B. [Mayor of New York City]--15.57
  • Taylor, Zachary [President]--14.1
  • Teller, Henry M. (U. S. Senate Chamber)--7.3
  • Temple, E. L. [Washington autograph dealer, 1908]--14.1
  • Thanet, Octave [pseud. of Alice French]--14.1
  • Thaxter, Celia--14.1
  • Thayer, Martin Russell--14.1
  • Thistlethwaite, Mark [secretary to Gov. Marshall of Indiana, 1912]--2.95
  • Thomas, Augustus--14.1
  • Thomas, Edith M.--14.2
  • Thomas, Lorenzo--15.58
  • Thomas, Philip F. [Secretary of Treasury, President Buchanan's cabinet] --15.59
  • Thompson, Meriwether Jeff [Brigadier General, Confederate States of America]--15.60
  • Thompson, Richard W. [Secretary of Navy, President Hayes's cabinet] --15.61
  • Thompson, Smith [Secretary of Navy, President Monroe's cabinet]--15.62
  • Thorne, Julia L.--3.14
  • Thornycroft, William Hamo--14.2
  • Throop, Enos T. [Governor of New York]--15.63
  • Thurman, Allen G.--15.64
  • Tilden, Samuel J.--15.65
  • Tilton, Theodore--14.2
  • Tindolph, J. Balfour--2.96
  • Toole, John Lawrence--14.2, 15.66
  • Toombs, Robert [Secretary of State, President Jefferson Davis's cabinet] --15.67
  • Torrey, Bradford--14.2
  • Toucey, Isaac [Attorney General, President Polk's cabinet]--15.68
  • Townsend, George Alfred--14.2
  • Townsend, Micajah [of Oyster Bay, Long Island, d. 1781]--16.2
  • Tracy, Benjamin F. [Secretary of Navy, President Harrison's cabinet] --15.69
  • Train, George Francis--6.2
  • Trench, R. C. [Archbishop of Dublin]--14.2
  • Treves, Frederick, Sir--14.2
  • Truman, Harry S. [President]--14.2
  • Trumbull, James Hammond--14.2
  • Tumulty, Joseph P. [secretary to Gov. Woodrow Wilson of N.J.]--2.97
  • Tyler, John [President]--15.70
  • Tyler, Lyon G. [President, College of William and Mary, Virginia]--14.2
  • Tyler, Moses Coit (Cornell University)--1.68
  • Tyndall, John--15.71
  • Tyner, James N.--15.72
  • Updike, Daniel Berkeley (Merrymount Press)--2.9, 14.3
  • Upshur, Abel P. [Secretary of State, President Tyler's cabinet]--15.75
  • Upshur, George P.--15.76
  • Van Bergen, Martin G. [of New York, 1770]--16.3
  • Van Bokkelen family [New York, 1796-], Recipient--see Blok, B.; De Mappe, Sophia; Schott, G. C.
  • Vanderbilt, Cornelius, 1843-1899--14.4
  • vanDyke, Henry (Princeton University Department of English)--14.4
  • VanHorne, William Cornelius, Sir--14.4
  • Van Rensselaer, John King, Mrs.--2.98
  • Varick, Richard--15.77
  • Vilas, William F. [Secretary of Interior, President Cleveland's cabinet] --15.78, 15.79
  • Vivian, Herbert--1.69
  • Voltaire--14.4
  • Wagstaff, David [of Tuxedo Park, N.Y.]--2.99
  • Waite, Morrison R. [Chief Justice of the Supreme Court]--15.80
  • Walker, Dugald Stewart--2.100
  • Walker, E. D. (Cosmopolitan Magazine Co.)--14.5
  • Walker, Robert J. [Secretary of Treasury, President Polk's cabinet]--15.81
  • Wanamaker, John [Postmaster General, President Benjamin Harrison's cabinet]--15.82
  • Ward, Adolphus William, Sir--14.5
  • Ward, Genevieve--14.5
  • Ward, Herbert D.--14.5
  • Ward, John Quincy Adams--14.5
  • Wärndorfer, F. [of Vienna, 1903]--14.5
  • Warren, George B. [of Troy, N.Y.]--2.101
  • Warren, Thomas Herbert--14.5
  • Warwick, Frances Evelyn--14.8
  • Washburn, William Lewis (Palmetto Press)--1.70
  • Washburne, E. B. [Secretary of State, President Grant's cabinet]--15.83
  • Wason, Eugene, 1846-1927--14.5
  • Waterlow, Ernest A., Sir--14.5
  • Watson, Thomas E.--1.71
  • Watson, William, Sir, 1858-1935--14.5
  • Watts-Dunton, Theodore--6.3
  • Wayne, James M. [Associate Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court]--15.84
  • Weber, J. A. (Tice & Lynch, Inc.)--3.14
  • Weeks, Frank B. [Governor of Connecticut]--14.5
  • Weinberg, Sidney J. (Goldman Sachs & Co.)--3.14
  • Weiss, John, 1818-1879--14.5
  • Welch, Deshler (The Theatre)--14.5
  • Welles, Edward R., 1830-1888 [Bishop]--15.85
  • Welles, Gideon [Secretary of Navy, President Lincoln's cabinet]--15.86
  • Wells, Edgar H. (Edgar H. Wells & Co., Inc.)--3.14
  • Wendell, Barrett--14.6
  • West, Algernon, Sir--1.72
  • Westall, Richard--14.6
  • Westall, William, 1835-1903--14.6
  • Weyman, Stanley J.--14.5
  • Wharton, Anne Hollingsworth--1.64, 1.73
  • Wheeler, Joseph [Lieutenant General, Confederate States of America] --15.89
  • Wheeler, William Almon [Vice-President]--15.90
  • Whipple, Edwin P.--14.6
  • Whipple, Henry B. [Bishop]--2.102, 15.91
  • Whipple, William D. [Union General]--14.6
  • White, Andrew Dickson--14.7
  • White, Arnold--14.7
  • White, George Stuart, Sir--15.92
  • White, Richard Grant--14.7
  • Whitehouse, Henry J. [Bishop]--15.93
  • Whiting, Lilian--1.74
  • Whitman, Charles S. [Governor of New York]--15.88
  • Whitman, Ann C. [Personal Secretary to President Eisenhower]--14.7
  • Whitmore, Frederic--14.7
  • Whitney, William Collins--15.94
  • Whittier, John Greenleaf--14.7
  • Wickliffe, Charles A. [Postmaster General, President Tyler's cabinet] --14.7, 15.95
  • Wiers, Edgar Swan--2.103
  • Wiggin, Albert H. (The Chase National Bank)--3.14
  • Wildman, Rounsevelle--1.76
  • Wilks, Samuel, Sir--15.96
  • Willard, Edward Smith--14.7
  • Williams, George H. [Attorney General, President Grant's cabinet]--15.97
  • Williams, Talcott--1.77
  • Willis, Nathaniel Parker--11.5, 14.7
  • Wills, William H., 1810-1880--14.7
  • Wilson, Francis, 1854-1935--14.7
  • Wilson, George (A. & C. Black, Ltd.)--3.1
  • Wilson, Henry [Vice President, President Grant's administration]--15.99
  • Wilson, James Grant (The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society)--14.7
  • Wilson, James [Secretary of Agriculture, President McKinley's cabinet] --15.100
  • Wilson, John, 1785-1854--14.7
  • Wilson, William L. [Postmaster General, President Cleveland's cabinet] --15.101
  • Wimperis, Edmund M.--15.102
  • Winchilsea, George James Finch-Hatton, 10th Earl of--14.7
  • Windham, Charles, Sir--14.7
  • Windom, William [Secretary of Treasury, President Garfield's cabinet] --15.103
  • Wingate, Francis Reginald--14.8
  • Winser, Beatrice (Free Public Library)--2.104
  • Winthrop, Robert C. [Governor of Massachusetts]--15.104
  • Winthrop, William [Colonel]--2.105
  • Wirt, William, 1772-1834--15.87, 15.105
  • Wise, Louie [of London, 1903]--2.106
  • Wise, Thomas James--3.14
  • Withers, Percy--6.2
  • Wolcott, Oliver, 1760-1833--14.8, 15.107
  • Wolseley, Garnet Joseph, 1st Viscount--14.8, 15.108, 15.109
  • Wood, Fernando [Mayor of New York City]--15.110, 15.111
  • Woodberry, George E.--14.8
  • Woodbury, Levi [Secretary of Navy, President Jackson's cabinet]--15.112
  • Woodin, William H.--3.14
  • Woolsey, Sarah Chauncey--14.8
  • Wordsworth, William--14.8
  • Wraxall, Nathaniel W., Sir--14.8
  • Wright, James Osborne--1.75
  • Wright, William Aldis--14.8
  • Yates, Edmund--14.9
  • Young, J. [of Chicago, 1930]--3.14

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