Hamilton Fish Collection
Scope and Contents
(1) Calling card of Secretary of State and Mrs. Fish at home, 8 January ;
(2) 2 January 1876 (ALS) Fish to Tucker thanking him for his best wishes; (3) Printed form filled in by hand 28 January 1876 sending Tucker a book; (4) (ALS) Fish to Tucker 30 November 1876--Fish confined to home by work;
(5) 24 February n.d. (ALS), Invites Tucker to his home;
(6) ALS 23 September 1878 (4 pp.) people are still making trouble out of the Civil War;
(7) ALS 17 February 1881, Fish now owns a facsimile of Houdon's bust of Washington;
(8) ALS 27 October 1881, transactions regarding hearses;
(9) 22 September 1884 (ALS) Fish's news on Grover Cleveland;
(10) Printed and blackboarded notice acknowledging sympathies for death of Mrs. Fish;
(11) ALS 20 July 1887, Fish's description of the last days of his wife's life.
- Creation: 1875-1887
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Arrangement of Materials:
Arranged in chronological order.
- Guide to the Hamilton Fish Collection
- Finding Aid Authors: Special Collections Staff.
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- Language of description note
- The collection description/finding aid is written in English