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Additions to the Tyler Family Papers that are not shelved with Mss. 65 T97 Tyler Family Papers, Groups A-H are included on the pdf inventories.
Please see the record for 65 T97 Tyler Family Papers.
Many of these additions can logically be incorporated into the Groups A-H, and possibly will be in the future.
ALS of Julia Gardiner Tyler to Mrs. Laura Holloway, author of First Ladies, dated September 20, 1869, about interviewing other first ladies. ALS. Mss. Acc. 1993.19 Addition
ALS ofJohn Tyler to Howard Shields, November 2, 1821, saying he would not run in the next election for the state senate but was sure if he did run he'd be re-elected. Concern with family matters. Mss. Acc. 1996.54 Addition
ALS of Julia Gardiner Tyler, Sherwood Forest, to William Evarts dated November 1, 1876. She congratulates him on his speech in support of the Republican nominee; "That address almost persuaded me to be a Republican--but I case out among the Rebels!" 3 p. Mss. Acc. 1997.63 Addition
ALS from John Tyler, Williamsburg, Virginia, to unnamed newspaper editor, February 16, 1840. Written while John Tyler was running for Vice President. Asks if General Bailey plans to desert the Whig cause which would diminish the Whig vote in Accomack (County). He hopes to carry Virginia. Mss. Acc. 1998.23 Addition
Copy of ALS from George Allen in Boston, Massachusetts, to Joseph Greenleaf in Brockport, New York, dated June 16, 1843. He describes the dedication of the Bunker Hill Monument and the attendance of President John Tyler and his son, Robert Tyler. Includes typescript. Mss. Acc. 1999.27 Addition
John Tyler, Williamsburg, Virginia to Congressman Henry A. Wise regarding a duel between Congressman William J. Graves and Congressman Jonathan Cilley, dated March 18, 1838. He also gives his thoughts on running for the U.S. Senate from Virginia. Transcription included. Mss. Acc. 2000.14 Addition
Charles F. Mayer, Baltimore, Maryland to Robert Tyler of Washington City, dated April 16, 1842. Discusses the Patriot, the Whig politics and Henry Clay. Mss. Acc. 2001.15 Addition
John Tyler, Sherwood Forest, to "Mr. Wheaton," dated June 9, 1856. Tyler declines Mr. Wheaton's offer to deliver his lecture "the dead of my Cabinet" before the Poughkeepsie (New York) Lyceum, agrees with him on the advisability of "kindling the fires of fraternal feeling among the people of the Sates" to avoid disunion in the future. Mss. Acc. 2002.16 Addition
J[ohn] Tyler, Sherwood Forest, to Robert [Tyler], dated November 24, 1854. Writes that he has received Robert's letter with enclosed notes, he has suffered from lithic acid, Colonel McCandlish is "strickent down with paralysis while arguing a cause" and Geo[rge] Waggaman has married an heiress. Mss. Acc. 2002.24 Addition
John Tyler of Sherwood Forest to Messrs. Tilford and Samuel of Frankfurt County, Kentucky, dated March 2, 1847. Gives direction for payment. Mss. Acc. 2003.14 Addition
November 17, 1853 letter from John Tyler concerning a heat register at Sherwood Forest. November 15, 1855 letter by John Tyler about attending the theater and paying Miss Mullen and an Irish girl. Mss. Acc. 2005.02 Addition
Contains letter, 21 April 1844, from President John Tyler to his daughter, Mary Tyler Jones. Includes discussion of the expansion of the Sherwood Forest plantation as well as his relationship with Julia Gardiner. Mss. Acc. 2011.063 Addition
John Tyler, Green Way, Charles City County, (father of US President), to Judge Nelson, Westover,, 1800
John Tyler, Green Way, Charles City County, (father of US President), to Judge Nelson, Westover, 20 June 1800, concerning a funeral at which Bishop Madison will preach the sermon. ALS. 1 p. Reports that Bishop Madison will preach a funeral sermon at the Court House; extends invitation to attend; the funeral itself will be "quite private...with a few friends." Earlier ID number: Mss. Sm. Coll. Add.30
Letter, 8 Mary 1859, from John Tyler to Hugh Blair Grigsby concerning the proposal of Edward S. Joyner regarding the Grammar School at the College of William & Mary.Mss. Acc. 2012.386 Addition
Letter written to George Sykes, a Democratic Congressman from New Jersey, regarding the return of some letters sent to John Tyler while President, urging the nomination of former New Jersey Governor Peter D. Vroom, Jr. to the Supreme Court. The letter appears not to have been written by Tyler but may have been dictated by Tyler. Tyler did sign "J Tyler" on the address leaf himself. Mss. Acc. 2013.289
Chapter XVI of Thomas T. McGuire's manuscript, House Divided, about Abraham Lincoln. Letter from McGuire to Mrs. Lyon G. Tyler, dated May 8, 1935. Other writings by William Frederick, Sarah Waddill Hubbard, Frank E. Vandiver and Mary Gayle Gorgas.