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Letter from Yerrinton regarding printing report of the reunion and letters

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In this letter Yerrinton writes that he is including a draft of the report of the reunion, its introduction, and letters from Free Soil Party members. He indicates that he does not think it necessary to print the letters from Churchill and George W.…

Letter from Charles W. Slack to Mr. Greene regarding additional invitations

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This is a three-page letter from Charles Wesley Slack to Mr. Greene, with page one written on United States Internal Revenue letterhead. In this letter Slack is seeking invitations to attend the Reunion of the Free Soil Party for Jonathan Bacon…

Letter from Edward. L. Pierce to Samuel Downer regarding a meeting with Downer and Francis W. Bird

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In this is two-page letter Edward L. Pierce writes that he would like to meet with Samuel Downer and Francis W. Bird in Downer's office between 9am and 10am. He offers to come by the same day the letter is written if Bird visits Downer's office. He…

Letter from John W. Wetherell regarding the spelling of Warrenton's name

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In this letter John W. Wetherell writes in regards to the spelling of Warrenton's name and seeks confirmation about corrections to the printers who will be printing the pamphlet about the Free Soil Party Reunion.

Letter from Charles W. Slack listing Willard Sears and Jonas Fitch as former members of the Free Soil Party

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In this brief note, written on United States Internal Revenue letterhead, Charles Wesley Slack lists Willard Sears and Jonas Fitch, both of Boston, as prominent men in the Free Soil Party in 1848.

Letter from Charles W. Slack regarding Thomas L. Harman and Horace Augustus Lothrop

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In this brief note, written on United States Internal Revenue letterhead, Charles Wesley Slack is providing the names of Horace Augustus Lothrop and Thomas L. Harman for invitations to attend the Reunion of the Free Soil Party.

Letter from George H. Emerson to Samuel Downer regarding mention of the Free Soil Party in the "Universalist"

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In this letter, written on Universalist Publishing House letterhead, editor George H. Emerson writes that he has included the a copy of the upcoming edition of the "Universalist" which has a paragraph that mentions the Free Soil Party. He asks that…

Postcard from Francis W. Bird to Samuel Downer regarding rewording of the invitation to the Free Soil Party Reunion

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On this postcard Francis William Bird suggests re-wording the invitations for the Free Soil Party Reunion at Downer's Landing to include the return boat times from the amusement park on the islands near the harbor.

Invitation to the “Reunion of the Free Soilers of 1848” from Samuel Downer

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This is the printed invitation to attend a Reunion of the Free Soilers of 1848. The reunion is to take place on August 9, 1977. The invitation includes the boat times leaving from and returning to Rowe's Wharf. At the bottom of the page is a…

Letter from Albert G. Browne to Samuel Downer accepting his invitation to the reunion

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In this letter Albert G. Browne accepts the invitation to attend the Reunion of the Free Soil Party at Downer's Landing and reminisces about the political party. Samuel Downer has written the word "Checkd" in the upper left corner and Browne's name…