Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier, marquis de, 1757-1834
- Existence: 1757-09-06 - 1834-05-20
Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de La Fayette (1757-1834), French aristocrat and military officer who fought in the American Revolutionary War.
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
ALS with address.
ALS in French concerning Lafayette's "Florida lands." With a sheet containing a typed transcript of the letter and an English translation.
Removed from: Answer to Enquiries Relative to Middle Florida by David B. Macomb (Tallahassee, 1827).
ALS to "Reverend R. R. Gurley, Secretary to the Colonisation Society."
ALS to "My dear Sir."
ALS, with address, listing books to sell. Accompanied by typed transcript and typed translation.
ALS, with address, introducing Alexis de Tocqueville and Gustave de Beaumont.
ALS, with address, to the Mayor of New York City.
ALS concerning a portrait of Lafayette, issues relating to newspaper printers, and Belgium.
With typed transcript.
The Liebert Autograph Collection contains chiefly British (as well as other European and American) historical and literary manuscripts and autographs, including items by James Boswell, Jr., Sir Joseph Banks, Marie Corelli, Eugene V. Debs, Camille Pissarro, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Thomas Henry Huxley, Samuel Johnson, Ouida, and Alfred Tennyson. The Liebert Correspondence consists of letters written to Liebert by Ian Fleming, Beverly Nichols, John Cowper Powys, and Thornton Wilder.
The Rochambeau Papers and Rochambeau Family Cartographic Archive is divided into two parts, the Rochambeau Papers, and the Cartographic Archive.
Correspondence, autograph album, genealogical notes, photographs and miscellaneous papers of the Tarleton and Lightfoot families of Alabama. The major figures represented in the collection are Robert Tarleton, his wife Sarah Bernard Lightfoot Tarleton, and Sarah Bee Ross Lightfoot. Most letters were written by Robert Tarleton and date from the Civil War period. The papers also contain an 1834 letter from Marquis de Lafayette to the President of the French Chamber of Peers.
Financial and legal papers, advertising brochures for a school at Portsmouth (1801-1808) and correspondence of the Rollins and Hooker families. Also in the collection is a letter of introduction (1831) from the Marquis de Lafayette. Most of the financial and legal papers concern transactions for land in Bretton Woods, Dummer and Portsmouth, New Hampshire, chiefly relating to the Haven family. One of the documents is an original proprietor's grant (1772) for Bretton Woods.
The papers consist of correspondence, legal and financial records, and writings which document the artistic career, business ventures, and personal life of John Trumbull. The papers also include correspondence, diaries, and financial and legal records of other Trumbull family members and of related Huntington, Lanman, Silliman, and Wadsworth family members. Files of Theodore Sizer containing his research material and writings on John Trumbull are also in the papers.