Diplomatic and consular service
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Fitzhugh Lee Letter
Identifier: SC 01537
Scope and Contents
Letter about misplacing a letter and asking for a response to clarifying the content of the lost letter. Also refers to a confidential letter from a Mr. Fiske.
Monroe-Hay Family Papers
Identifier: MS 00053
Scope and Contents Papers, 1795-1834 and undated of Eliza Kortright Monroe Hay (1787-1840), daughter of U.S. President James Monroe. The collection includes letters written by and to Hay and to her father James Monroe. Correspondents include her former teacher Madame [Jeanne Louise Henriette] Campan, her daughter Hortensia M. Rogers of "Druid Hill&quot; near Baltimore, Maryland , her son-in-law Lloyd N. Rogers as well as the daughter of the Marquis de Lafayette, Marie Antoinette Virginie de Lafayette...
James Monroe Papers
Identifier: Mss. 39.1 M75
Scope and Contents Collection contains correspondence, 1783-1831, of James Monroe written from Richmond, Virginia while governor; from Paris while minister to France; from London while minister to Great Britain; from Washington, D. C. while Secretary of State, Secretary of War, and President; 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...
Offley Family Papers
Identifier: Mss. Acc. 2008.164
Scope and Contents This collection details the history of the Offley Family from 1826 to 1916 through correspondences, diaries, photographs and personal effects. Its creators include multiple generations of Offleys and their associates. The papers provide insight into the daily life of the era as well as major geopolitical events such as the Greek War of Independence, the Spanish-American War, the Philippine-American War, the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, and World War I. Many of the Offleys served in the...