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Contains 267 Results:

Eliot, Charles William, 1834-1926. T.L.C. to George Glover Crocker; Cambridge, Massachusetts, 7 May 1894

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 90c, Item: 4
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Crocker's compilation proves that the record of the Republican party is more accurate than that of the Democratic party on the silver question. Explains why he acts with the Democratic party and not the Republican: because of the doctrine of protection, which he considers extreme by the Republicans. 1 p.
Dates: 7 May 1894

Eliot, Charles William, 1834-1926. T.L.S. to George Glover Crocker; Cambridge, Massachusetts, 4 February 1896

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 90c, Item: 5
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Asking about Crocker's brother Uriel. Not able to be present when the Committee of the Veterinary School visits the new building in Northampton St. 1 p.
Dates: 4 February 1896

Ely, Theodore. A.L.S. to George Glover Crocker; Magnolia, Massachusetts, [n.d.]

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 93, Item: 2
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Mrs. Ely is writing to Mrs. Crocker. Will be visiting the Crockers in September. 2 p.
Dates: [n.d.]

Ely, Theodore. T.L.S. to George Glover Crocker; Altoona, Pennsylvania, 27 February 1891

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 93, Item: 3
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Thanks him for the Annual Report of the Commissioners sent to him by Crocker. Postscript about Mr. Kinsley's health. 1 p.
Dates: 27 February 1891

Endicott, William, Jr. A.L.S. to George Glover Crocker; Boston, Massachusetts, 7 October 1907

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 95, Item: 3
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Thanks Crocker for his compliments and for the Butler greenback (legal note) he sent. Cites what Butler said in one speech in Congress "I take my stand for a non-exportable currency..." 1 p.
Dates: 7 October 1907

Endicott, William, Jr. A.L.S. to George Glover Crocker; Pride's Crossing, Massachusetts, 24 September 1908

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 95, Item: 4
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Taking a stand for Standard Oil Company, which was accused and fined for not paying the rate for car-load because they were paying the current rate as everyone else. He thanks Crocker for his word of approval. 4 p.
Dates: 24 September 1908

Ernst, Harold Clarence, 1856-1922. T.N.S. to George Glover Crocker; Boston, Massachusetts, 14 December 1908

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 97, Item: 1
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Delineating the programme for the next meeting. 1 p.
Dates: 14 December 1908

Ernst, Harold Clarence, 1856-1922. T.N.S. to George Glover Crocker; Boston, Massachusetts, 26 October 1912

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 97, Item: 2
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Asking if Crocker wants to participate in one of the programs of the Thursday Evening Club for the coming winter. 1 p.
Dates: 26 October 1912

Estabrook, A.F. A.N.S. to George Glover Crocker; Boston, 2 January 1900

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 98, Item: 3
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Thanks for the interesting book on railroads. 1 p.
Dates: 2 January 1900

Estlin, Evants. T.L.S. to George Glover Crocker; Boston, Massachusetts, 19 November 1906

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 99a
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents The "Men of 43" was the idea of Judge Packer of Albany. All proposed members should have his approval-Mr. Holmes should be invited for dinner. 1 p.
Dates: 19 November 1906

Everett, William.

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 100
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1

Everett. William. A.L.S. to George Glover Crocker; Boston, Massachusetts, 5 September 1866

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 100, Item: 1
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Has arranged a little dinner for three or four friends of Harry Wellman's birthday at the Union Club. Let him know if he can attend. 1 p.
Dates: 5 September 1866

Everett, William. A.L.S. to George Glover Crocker; Boston, Massachusetts, 1 November 1867

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 100, Item: 2
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Has been requested to circulate the enclosed (referring to signature of Edward Everett?). He will not prescribe any method: each class can do its own work. (Enclosed signature of Edward Everett). 1 p.
Dates: 1 November 1867

Everett, William. A.L.S. to George Glover Crocker; [Boston], 8 July 1868

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 100, Item: 3
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents The O.K. is not dead, though weakish. The present members feel encouraged and don't mean to give in. Anytime is good for seeing Crocker. Plans to keep entirely at Winchester for the present.  Has to write the O.B.K. poem. 1 p.
Dates: 8 July 1868

The Exchequer (?) A.L.S. to Frederick C. Van Dugen. [London], 20 March 1901

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 101
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Presented to the king Van Dugen's suggestion the American Society should be allowed to add a contribution to the fund for the Memorial of Queen Victoria. Very touched the king has agreed. 2.5 p. (Queen Victoria Memorial letterhead).
Dates: 20 March 1901

Eliot, Charles William, 1834-1926. T.L.S. to George Glover Crocker; Cambridge, Massachusetts, 3 January 1899

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 90c, Item: 6
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Regarding a lecture on the work of the Rapid Transit Commission. Planning other lectures on the work of the Metropolitan Park Committee and the Water System. 1 p.
Dates: 3 January 1899

Eliot, Charles William, 1834-1926. T.L.S. to George Glover Crocker; Cambridge, Massachusetts, 6 January 1899

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 90c, Item: 7
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents The point of the three lectures is that there are three important pieces of municipal work that have been done honestly, intelligently, and with foresight.
Dates: 6 January 1899

Eliot, Charles William, 1834-1926. T.L.S. to George Glover Crocker; New York City, 1 December 1909

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 90c, Item: 8
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Explains why the National Conservation Association (of which he is president) has been organized and an invitation to all citizens to join it. 1 p.
Dates: 1 December 1909

Ely, Theodore. T.L.S. (personal) to George Glover Crocker; En route, 11 February 1892

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 93, Item: 4
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Regarding hearing in the Senate on automatic couplers. Mr. Collum, Chairman of the Senate Commission of the Interstate Commerce and Mr. Rogers, Commissioner of New York, were present. 2 p.
Dates: 11 February 1892

Ely, Theodore. A.L.S. to George Glover Crocker; Altoona, Pennsylvania, 10 September 1892

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 93, Item: 5
Call Number: MS 2838, Series 1
Scope and Contents Sending a bird book to Mrs. Crocker. Wishes he had a prospect of riding on "Bessie" tomorrow over the picturesque Cohassett roads, but has to postpone his equestrian tour. Someday will have it together. 4 p.
Dates: 10 September 1892