Showing Collections: 1 - 3 of 3
Collection — Box: 75
Scope and Contents Letter to James M. McLean in Lawrenceville, Illinois telling him that he has discussed his request with Colonel Baker and he will be happy to help. McLean needs to write to Baker and Lincoln in Washington City and they will do what they can for an appointment.
Dates: Created: January 25, 1849
Collection — Box: 4
Scope and Contents Consists of legal documents and letters. The legal documents were produced during Edward Dickinson Baker's legal practice in Illinois, including documents from cases where Baker worked with Levi Davis, Milton Hay, Josephus Hewett and Josiah Lamborn (arranged chronologically within partner name). Includes an appeal bond for Baker and A. H. Burritt regarding an assault and battery charge and Baker’s signature on a promissory note dated July 22, 1840. Letters include one Baker wrote to Eliza...
Dates: Created: 1827-1850
Collection — Box: 90
Scope and Contents Letter, Dec. 1830, to George M. Jones re: contest for the Secretary of the Senate; Kane elected U.S. Senator; circuit court system; references to Gov. Ninian Edwards (referred to as "Old Ninny") and Judges William Wilson, Thomas C. Browne, Samuel D. Lockwood, Stephenson and others. Summons, Nov. 1831, signed by Thomas for the Madison County Circuit Court in the case of Elijah Lincoln v. Joseph Smith. Letter, Oct 1844, to E.D. Baker re: his examination of Levi Williams and Thomas Sharp, charged...
Dates: Created: 1830 - 1844
- Names: Baker, Edward Dickinson, 1811-1861 X