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

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Title

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

Description

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.

Subject

Lothrop, Horace Augustus, 1828-1898
Harman, Thomas L.
Palfrey, John Gorham, 1796-1881
Reunions
Abolitionists
Abolition movement
Political parties
Political elections

Creator

Slack, Charles W. (Charles Wesley), 1825-1885

Publisher

Hingham Public Library

Date Created

n.d.

Rights

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Format

JPEG

Extent

3.28 MB

Language

English

Type

Correspondence

Identifier

bpc-0006
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Spatial Coverage

Sharon (Mass.)
Boston (Mass.)

Temporal Coverage

1848-1852

Rights Holder

Hingham Public Library

Text

United States Internal Revenue,

Dep’y Collector’s Office, …………………… District, Massachusetts,

……………………………………………….., 187 

H. Augustus Lothrop of Sharon, Mass., is the full name.

Thomas L. Harman, of the Post Office, Boston, will represent his Cousin, Dr. John G. Palfrey, if invited.  He voted for the Dr. for Congress in the pre-Free Soil times!

                                                Slack

Physical Dimensions

8" x 5"

Citation

Slack, Charles W. (Charles Wesley), 1825-1885, “Letter from Charles W. Slack regarding Thomas L. Harman and Horace Augustus Lothrop,” Hingham Public Library Local History & Special Collections, accessed November 18, 2017, http://hinghampubliclibrary.omeka.net/items/show/9.