Lawrence Lewis Jr. letter to Dora Kelly Lewis, 16 May 1887

Item

Title

Lawrence Lewis Jr. letter to Dora Kelly Lewis, 16 May 1887

Description

A letter from Lawrence Lewis to his wife, Dora Kelly Lewis. Larry, writing from the Ebbitt Hotel in Washington D.C., complains of a coworker and provides an informative doodle of the courtroom table where the meetings for the French Spoliation Claims took place. The cases relate to depredations made against American shipping by the French in the Quasi-War (1793-1800) and claims that were waived in the Treaty of 1800.

Identifier

16869

Type

text

Creator

Lewis, Lawrence, 1857-1890

Date Created

1887-05-16

Format

Manuscript

Is Part Of

Dora Kelly Lewis correspondence (2137)

Spatial Coverage

Washington (D.C.) | 14th St NW and F St NW Washington, D.C.

Subject

Lewis, Dora Kelly, 1862- | Correspondence | National Woman's Party | National American Woman Suffrage Association | Women—Suffrage | Women—Suffrage—United States | Women—History—19th century | Women—History—20th century | United States. Constitution. 19th Amendment | Lewis, Lawrence, 1857-1890 | Washington (D.C.) | Ebbitt House (Washington, D.C.)

Extent

4 pages

Language

eng

Rights

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