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John Marshall, Washington, D.C., to Mary Willis (Ambler) "Polly" Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 1830 February 28

 Item — Box 4: Series id159295, Folder: 2
Identifier: id163445
Scope and Contents

Heard from his granddaughter that Polly became indisposed upon her return from Chickahominy; has received a letter from his son James who sold his horse for $l000; Mr. Joseph Story, who has been laid up for a week under the doctor's hand has returned to court.

Dates: Other: 1830 February 28

John Marshall, Washington, D.C., to Mary Willis (Ambler) "Polly" Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 1830 March 7

 Item — Box 4: Series id159295, Folder: 2
Identifier: id163445
Scope and Contents Discusses his morning routine; dined yesterday with Mr. Swann; Mr. Joseph Story is still not well enough to go out; talked about his nephew William with Mr. Mercer; Tom Francis took a stage for Kentucky; saw Mr. Coleman, husband of his niece Lucy, who is a strong Jackson man; Marshall's nephew Tom (son of Humphry Marshall) is a strong Clay man, and will oppose Mr. Coleman in the next Congressional election; party plays havoc with the Kentucky part of John Marshall's family. Original is...
Dates: Other: 1830 March 7

APVA Booklet: "John Marshall and His Home"

 File — Box 1, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Scrapbook, 12" x 10", with newspapers and magazine clippings about John Marshall and his descendants. the scrapbook also includes a pencil sketch of John Marshall and an APVA booklet about his home in Richmond. Many of the materials date from the bicentennial of Marshall's birth. William & Mary marked the 200th anniversary of John Marshall's birth in 1954-1955.

Dates: 1955

John Marshall, Richmond, to St. George Tucker, 1817 December 27

 Item — Box 36: Series id216780, Folder: 8
Identifier: id216780
Scope and Contents

Enclosing a letter from B. Livingston of New York. He is a kind hearted man. I am sure it is written at that beast and not of Mr. Ogden. I had not heard Mrs. Morris intended the publication alluded to. Included Tucker's letter to Ann Cary Randolph Morris, 1817 December 30.

Dates: 1817 December 27

John Marshall, Richmond, to St. George Tucker, 1820 November 22

 Item — Box 38: Series id216780, Folder: 12
Identifier: id216780
Scope and Contents

Regrets Tucker's ill health. Is one suit in court on which he cannot sit because a connection of his is involved. Hopes Tucker can come for next term but would not wish to endanger his health.

Dates: 1820 November 22

John Marshall, Richmond, to St. George Tucker,, 1823 July 7

 Item — Box 40: Series id216780, Folder: 9
Identifier: id216780
Scope and Contents

Received enclosed packet from consul of Portugal just as he was taking his wife (Mary Willis Ambler Marshall) to country to escape noise of celebrations of 4th. Rides out every afternoon and will call at Tucker's for discussion of problem.

Dates: 1823 July 7

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 17, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23169
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference, Part 17. Principal speaker at the event was Max Lerner. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 16, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23168
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 16. Principal speaker at the event was Max Lerner. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 15, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23167
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference, Part 15. Principal speaker at the event was Max Lerner. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 14, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23166
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 14. Principal speaker at the event was Donald G. Morgan. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 13, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23165
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 13. Principal speakers at the event were George L. Haskins and Donald G. Morgan. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 12, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23164
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 12. Principal speakers at the event were Joseph Dorfman and George L. Haskins. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 11, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23163
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference, Part 11. Principal speakers at the event were Julius Goeble Jr. and Joseph Dorfman. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2ips. Acc. 1980.31.

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 10, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23162
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 10. Principal speaker at the event was Julius Goeble Jr. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 9, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23161
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference, Part 9. This event was a discussion among the various speakers. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 8, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23160
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference, Part 8. Principal speaker at the event was Charles Fairman. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2 ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 7, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23159
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference, Part 7. Principal speaker at the event was Charles Fairman. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2 ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 6, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23158
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference, Part 6. Principal speaker at the event was Dean F. D. G. Ribble. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 5, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23157
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference, Part 5.Principal speaker at the event was Dean F. D. G. Ribble. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 4, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23156
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 4. Principal speaker at the event was Irving Brant. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2 ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 3, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23155
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference, Part 3. Principal speakers at the event were Arthur N. Holcombe and Irving Brant. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

John Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference Part 2, May 13, 1955

 Item — Box 10: Series id3168
Identifier: id23154
Scope and Contents

One reel-to-reel audiotape of the 1955 edition of the Marshall Bicentennial Celebration Conference, Part 2. Principal speaker at the event was Arthur N. Holcombe. Tape length is about 8 1/2 hours with speed 7 1/2 ips. Acc. 1980.31

Dates: May 13, 1955

Black and white engravings of John Marshall, Undated

 Item — Box 5: Series id159295; Series id165530; Series id165574; Series id165596, Folder: 4
Identifier: id165583
Scope and Contents

Each engraving was copied from the 1801 portrait of Marshall painted by Saint Memin. The large matted one was engraved by J. H. E. Whitney.

Dates: Undated

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, to James Monroe, 1783 December 12

 Item — Box 1: Series id159295, Folder: 1
Identifier: id159301
Scope and Contents Has delivered Monroe's letters to General George Rogers Clark and John Banks; discusses proceedings of the Virginia Assembly; Richard Henry Lee's services to the Assembly are lost forever and Colonel Harry (Henry "Light Horse Harry") Lee will probably take his place; mentions bills defining citizenship introduced by John Taylor and Colonel George Nicholas; tells of Joseph Jones bill and discusses Patrick Henry's style of oratory; relates the House being split upon the issue of exclusion of...
Dates: 1783 December 12

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, to George Washington, 1788 September 5

 Item — Box 1: Series id159295, Folder: 2
Identifier: id159425
Scope and Contents

In response to a letter of Washington's, John Marshall discusses the legalities of caveats and land patents. Original is located in the Henry E. Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Dates: 1788 September 5

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