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Andrew O'Connor letter

 Collection — Box: 63
Identifier: MS-SC1115
Scope and Contents Letter to Jessie Palmer Weber at the Illinois State Historical Society in answer to her question re: the length of Abraham Lincoln's arms. The letter was sent from Paris, France where he was living at the time.
Dates: Created: June 19, 1925

Charles J. Mulligan letter

 Collection — Box: 62
Identifier: MS-SC1087
Scope and Contents Letter to Jessie Palmer Weber, requesting payment for statue authorized by the state of Illinois.
Dates: Created: July 6, 191-

John M. Palmer letter

 Collection — Box: 65
Identifier: MS-SC1135A
Scope and Contents Letter to Aunt Jessie, thanking her for the copy of her "Lincoln address". Most of the letter is about his father and mother and rereading their letters to him while he was at West Point. Reminiscent and nostalgic.
Dates: Created: September 10, 1925

John McAuley Palmer papers

 Collection — Box: 65
Identifier: MS-SC1135C
Scope and Contents Fifteen legal documents written and signed by Palmer. One 1858 letter to Sam Willard discussing "Douglas" and politics. One Special Order, Sept. 3, 1862 given by Palmer. Fourteen telegrams, Oct.-Nov. 1872 re: politics from Gustave Koerner, George W. Shutt, Ozias Hatch and others. Ten appointments signed by Palmer while serving as governor. 1874 construction deed between Palmer, Morris Ketchum and William Ackerman as trustees of the Illinois Central Railroad and Ira Engart of Coles County. An...
Dates: 1840 - 1900

Louis Aubert letter

 Collection — Box: 3
Identifier: MS-SC50
Scope and Contents Louis Aubert was a member of the French High Commission to the United States, a diplomatic delegation to foster the alliance between the two nations after the United States entered the First World War in 1917.Consists of one letter written by Aubert from Paris to Jessie Palmer Weber of the Illinois State Historical Library in 1921. Aubert thanks Weber for sending a report of the Illinois Centennial Commission and recalls when he addressed the Illinois Centennial Celebration in 1918....
Dates: Created: 1921

Thomas Rees letter

 Collection — Box: 70
Identifier: MS-SC1253
Scope and Contents Letter to Jessie Palmer Weber re: the Lincoln Birthday Observance aboard the steamship Maui while at sea. Includes program listing Rees as having spoken on "The Four Homes of Lincoln."
Dates: Created: February 13, 1921