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Collection — Box: 75
Scope and Contents Letter to James C. Conkling in response to his inquiry regarding genealogy. Advises him to write to Henry P. Hedges of Bridgewater, NY who studies the history of the county and is a genealogist.
Dates: Created: August 31, 1882
Collection — Box: 68
Scope and Contents Three signed letter by Power to Colonel John Williams discussing matters at the Lincoln Monument including poor quality of work by the original construction company and his public statements regarding that. Also addresses James Conkling and John Stuart of the Lincoln Monument Association.
Dates: Created: 1883 - 1884
Collection — Box: 76
Scope and Contents Transcript of record of case made before Judge David Davis listing several adulterous relationships by Franklin Gray prior to his leaving for California, subpoenas sent, interrogations made, proof of publication announcing the bill of chancery against Franklin, and petition for divorce. J.C. Conkling acted as Mrs. Gray's lawyer. James H. Matheny, Clerk of the Court, attested and signed the transcript.
Dates: Created: December 19, 1855