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Image of Richard Bassett document set - 1796 May 30 [letter]; ca. 1815 [engraving]

Richard Bassett document set - 1796 May 30 [letter]; ca. 1815 [engraving]

Richard Bassett document set. 1 item - 3 leaf pamphlet with letter and engraving. A.L.S., 1796, May 30, New Castle, [Delaware], to William Telghman, Philadelphia [Pennsylvania], regarding the purchase of land in Pennsylvania by Bassett. Signer of the Constitution of the United States. Richard Bassett portrait engraving by Albert Rosenthal. "Richard Bassett, Signer of the Constitution of the U.S., Nat. 1735 - Ob. 1815, From the St. Menin Collection." Richard Bassett (1745-1815): Born 2 April 1745 in Cecil County, Maryland, British America; died 15 August 1815 in Kent County, Delaware. American lawyer, political figure from the state of Delaware, veteran of the Revolutionary War and

Jacob Broom document set - 1787 October [letter]

Jacob Broom document set. 1 item - 2 leaf pamphlet with letter. A.L.S., 1787 Oct[ober] 16, Duck Creek Cross Roads to James and Sam[ue]l Fisher, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], regarding the purchase of wheat for the Fishers. No engraving in this document set. Jacob Broom (1752-1810): Merchant, manufacturer, statesman, of Wilmington, Delaware; delegate to convention of 1787 pursuant to a resolution of Congress to adopt a federal constitution.

Image of John Dickinson document set - 1786 September 14 [letter]; 1888? [engraving: portrait]; 1871 [engraving: landscape]

John Dickinson document set - 1786 September 14 [letter]; 1888? [engraving: portrait]; 1871 [engraving: landscape]

John Dickinson document set: 3 leaf pamphlet with four page letter and two engravings, a portrait and an engraving of Annapolis. A.L.S., 1786 September 14, Annapolis. Document of the Annapolis Convention. Addressed "To the honorable the legislatures of Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York." For typescript of letter, see the College of Law, University of Oklahoma. John Dickinson portrait engraving by Albert Rosenthal. "Etched by Albert Rosenthal, Phila. 1888 after a painting by C.W. Peale. John Dickinson. Nat. 1732-Ob. 1808. From the original painting in Independence Hall, Phila." Addtional engraving: View of Annapolis in 1797 ("Entered according to act of Congr

Image of James Madison document set - 1815 April 3 [letter]; 1816 May 12 [letter];  1833 [engraving]; n.d. [engraving]

James Madison document set - 1815 April 3 [letter]; 1816 May 12 [letter]; 1833 [engraving]; n.d. [engraving]

James Madison document set. 2 items - 3 leaf pamphlet with letter and engraving, 3 leaf pamphlet with letter and engraving. A.L.S., 1815 April 3, Montpelier [Virginia] to [William] Eustis, discussing disappointment at inability to meet before recent departure for Europe; rejoices with [Eustis] on conclusion of war; Madison's wife ill. James Madison portrait engravings: Portrait with kerchief, "Engraved by T.B. Welch from a drawing by J.B. Longacre taken from life at Montpelier Virginia. July 1833. James Madison. Aged 82." Younger portrait, "Engd by H.B. Hall & Sons, New York. Inscribed: James Madison. A.L.S., 1816, May 12. Four page letter to [William Eustis], regarding politics