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Elizabeth Todd Edwards correspondence by Elizabeth Todd Edwards

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Correspondence,
  • Presidents,
  • Inauguration,
  • Election,
  • Social life and customs

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Letters written by Edwards primarily from Andover, Mass., to her daughter and son-in-law, Julia Cook Edwards Baker and Edward Lewis Baker, in Springfield, Ill., relating chiefly to family affairs. The letters include references to Edwards"s sister, Mary Todd Lincoln; Harriet Beecher Stowe; Abraham Lincoln"s presidential nomination; and Edwards"s trip to Washington, D.C., for Lincoln"s inauguration.

The Physical Object
Pagination15 items.
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24851846M
LC Control Number2011085581

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Grimsley, Elizabeth Todd. "Six Months in the White House." Journal of the Illinois State Historical Soci nos. (October January ): LC catalog record. Hay, John. At Lincoln's Side: John Hay's Civil War Correspondence and Selected Writings. Edited by Michael Burlingame. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, correspondence can be found in the numbered files between Robert Todd Lincoln and his cousin Emily Todd Helm and in the files relating to Jessie Lincoln Beckwith Johnson Randolph. An addition to Part II contains photocopies of correspondence to and from Frederic N. Towers that is File Size: 52KB. The first two subseries consist of correspondence written by Mary Todd Lincoln (MTL) to Mary Harlan Lincoln and to Judge James B. Bradwell and the County Judge of Cook County. These are followed by telegrams related to Mary Todd Lincoln's return from Florida in March Correspondence written by Robert Todd Lincoln (RTL) follows. Elizabeth Todd Edwards () Few native Kentuckians played so instrumental a role in the life and career of Abraham Lincoln as Ninian Edwards and Elizabeth (Todd) Edwards. Born to wealth and aristocratic culture, the couple became leaders of Springfield, Illinois, society, and close acquaintances of Lincoln at a crucial time in his own.

Correspondence of Edwards (), a Springfield resident and sister of Mary Lincoln. Includes a letter to Mary Lincoln describing the activities of Ninian Edwards and another man on behalf of her pension. -- Elizabeth Todd Grimsley Papers, , 7 items: Unpublished guide. Elizabeth Edwards to Julia Edwards, Ma , Randall Collection, Library of Congress; See Elizabeth Todd Edwards to William Henry Herndon, interview, –, Douglas L. Wilson and Rodney O. Davis, eds., Herndon’s Informants: Letters, Interviews, and Statements About Abraham Lincoln (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, ), Cited by: 1. Elizabeth Todd Edwards certainly implied a connection between Speed’s being turned down and his departure: ‘Mr. Speed came [to the Edwards home] to see Miss Matilda Edwards – left & two friends may have come about not so much because they had been in active competition as because they had suffered the same fate, a common failure to gain. Edwards, Elizabeth Todd, Elizabeth Todd Edwards correspondence, Library of Congress: referencedIn: Portrait file: Guide. Houghton Library: referencedIn: Major Byron manuscript material: 7 items, ca. mid-to-late 19th century The New York Public Library.