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Box 3


Contains 12 Results:

James Monroe, New York, New York, to John P. Mercer, 1785 February 20

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id297942
Scope and Contents

Committee of which he is a member is studying an amendment to the 9th article of the confederation which would strengthen the powers of Congress in commerce with foreign countries and with the states; expects Robert R. Livingston will be chosen minister to Great Britain; is happy that a lady friend in Annapolis is to be married. Oversize item.

Dates: 1785 February 20

Aedanus Burke, Charleston, South Carolina, to James Monroe, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1792 December 16

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: id297970
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Collection contains correspondence from 1783-1831, of James Monroe written from Richmond, Virginia while serving time as governor, Paris while minister to France, London while minister to Great Britain, from Washington, D. C. while Secretary of State, Secretary of War, and from Loudoun County, Virginia after serving as President. Also included is a penciled sketch of Monroe by John Vanderlyn. Subjects covered in the collection include diplomatic service, education (advice to his nephew),...
Dates: 1792 December 16

Commission of James Monroe as Minister Plenipotentiary to Spain, 1804 October 14

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 3
Identifier: id298058
Scope and Contents

Signed by Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States, and James Madison, Secretary of State. Oversize file.

Dates: 1804 October 14

John Aspinwall, New York, New York, to James Monroe, Washington, D.C., 1812 July 24

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 5
Identifier: id298090
Scope and Contents

John Aspinwall writes to Secretary of State James Monroe regarding immigration information for British merchant David Hadden. Includes a notation by Monroe. Oversize item.

Dates: 1812 July 24

Ellery Manchester Land Grant, 1818

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 6
Identifier: id298150
Scope and Contents

Land Grant, dated March 12, 1818, to Ellery Manchester for 160 acres in Illinois Territory for military service, signed by James Monroe. Land is granted for service in the U.S. Army, probably in the War of 1812. Numbered "237." Gift of Maestro Russell Stanger. Oversize item.

Dates: 1818

Appointment of James Monroe as a First Lieutenant in the Artillery Corp of the U.S. Army, 1820 July 10

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 7
Identifier: id298162
Scope and Contents

Signed by James Monroe, President of the United States, and J.C. Calhoun, Secretary of War. Oversize item.

Dates: 1820 July 10

Charles Yancey, Richmond, Virginia to James Monroe, Washington, D.C., 1821 October 27

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: id298174
Scope and Contents

Oversize item.

Dates: 1821 October 27

Hugh Mercer, Fredericksburg, Virginia to James Monroe, near Aldie, Loudoun County, Virginia, 1827 December 3

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 9
Identifier: id298374
Scope and Contents

Oversize item.

Dates: 1827 December 3

"America for Americans: Side Lights of the Monroe Doctrine", Ladies Home Journal Article, 1919 December

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 11
Identifier: id298426
Scope and Contents

America for Americans: Side Lights of the Monroe Doctrine, Ladies Home Journal, by Rose Gouverneur Hoes, great-granddaughter of James Monroe. Item location was previously identified as Box 2, Folder 124.

Dates: 1919 December

Engravings, prints, and photographs of portraits of James Monroe, undated

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 12
Identifier: id298442
Scope and Contents

Oversize items.

Dates: undated