1 edition of John Trumbull correspondence found in the catalog.
John Trumbull correspondence
Written in English
Photocopy of a letter written by Trumbull to Silas Deane commenting on the literary works of Timothy Dwight, John Milton, and Jonathan Swift.
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Autobiography, reminiscences and letters of John Trumbull, from to New York & London, Wiley and Putnam; New Haven, B.L. Hamlen, (OCoLC) John Trumbull: A Brief Sketch of His Life, John F. Weir, , New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, available through Google Books. John Trumbull: Patriot-Artist of the American Revolution, Irma B. Jaffe, , Boston: New York Graphic Society, available for purchase from John Trumbull: The Hand and Spirit of a Painter, Helen A.
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Scope and Contents note. This series contains the correspondence and papers of John Trumbull, dating from These include correspondence received, drafts and/or copies of correspondence sent, accounts, inventories, receipts, opinions and notes. The collection consists chiefly of correspondence and documents of American artist John Trumbull, some of which is related to his paintings of the American Revolutionary War.
Other material included is correspondence of Trumbull's father, Jonathan Trumbull, who was governor of Connecticut. : The Meddlerand the Correspondent (): John Trumbull: BooksAuthor: John Trumbull. The John Trumbull Papers consist of correspondence, legal and financial records, and writings, of John Trumbull, which document his artistic career, business ventures, and personal life.
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.
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John Trumbull's correspondence dates from It covers various topics, such as his artwork and exhibitions, his work as a commissioner for the Jay Treaty, the unrest in Europe resulting from the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars, his property in Genesee County, NY, and his Plan for Encouragement of the Arts.
Trumbull, Jonathan, Description. Correspondence from Jonathan Trumbull's term as Paymaster of the forces for the New York department, including letters to and from Elisha Phelps, Alexander McDougall, John Winslow, Jedediah Huntington, Roger Sherman, and David Trumbull, Subject Topic.
Military supplies. John Trumbull was born in Lebanon, Connecticut, on June 6,the son of Jonathan Trumbull and Faith Robinson.
His father served as governor of Connecticut from Trumbull studied privately in Lebanon and attended Harvard College. John Trumbull to Thomas Jefferson, Febru Created / Published - Correspondence Genre Correspondence Call Number/Physical Location series: Series 1: General Correspondence.
Book/Printed Material. Found in: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library > General Collection manuscript miscellany > T > TRUMBULL, JOHN, Letter: to Mrs. Wadsworth, Apr 17 Part of Collection — Box: GROUPFolder: F Letters of William Samuel Johnson.
Letters of Jedediah Huntingtonpt. Correspondence between General Washington and Governor Trumbull and others. Letters of John Hancock, Joseph Warren, Thomas Gage, James Warren, and Governor Trumbull.
List of Wahington's letters. List of Trumbull's letters to Washingtonpt. Books Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Today's Deals Your Gift Cards Help Whole Foods Registry Sell Disability Customer Support.
RC (DLC); ed in SJL as received 27 Jan. In addition to the enclosure printed below, only two of the enclosed bills and receipts have been identified: the first is an invoice of Payne the bookseller (see TJ to Payne, 28 Jan. ); the second is a receipt signed by John Kemp, dated 6 Nov. acknowledging payment of £ 5s.
by TJ through Trumbull “for a bill deliver. John Trumbull was the son of Jonathan Trumbull, governor of Connecticut from until John entered Harvard University at the age of fifteen and served in the military during the Revolutionary War.
While a student, Trumbull visited the studio of John Singleton Copley Born: Author of M'Fingal, The News-carrier's address to his customers.
Hartford, January 1,The progress of dulness, or, The rare adventures of Tom Brainless, The progress of dulness, part first, An elegy on the times, M'Fingall, The poetical works of John Trumbull, LL. D, The progress of dulness [sic], or, The rare adventures of Tom Brainless.
Series I: Correspondence consists of correspondence written by and to Jonathan Trumbull, along with some legal documents concerning Joseph Trumble (sic), a folder of autograph clippings, and a copy of Lion Gardiner's Relation of the Pequot Wars.
There are 38 phone book listings for people that are named John Trumbull. These people are located in 36 cities. The cities are Bloomingburg NY, Boothwyn PA, Eastsound WA, Elmhurst IL, Eugene OR, Fairbanks AK, Fountain FL, Freeland MI, Front Royal VA, Greensburg PA, Lake Zurich IL, Lk Havasu Cty AZ, Marquette MI, Media PA, New Braunfels TX, New Hartford CT, New Tripoli PA, Newark OH.
Papers: Correspondence and 2 journals () kept as storekeeper in Lebanon, CT in John Trumbull papers, 10 feet. Finding aid. Finding aid. [ Top ]. Overview Collection Information.
Size: linear ft. (on 4 microfilm reels). Summary: Papers compiled by Sizer in preparation for THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF JOHN TRUMBULL, PATRIOT-ARTIST, (Yale University Press, ) including correspondence, catalogs, clippings, books, magazines, pamphlets, typescripts of lectures and broadcasts, notes and working papers, photostats.
He explained that the “two Pieces of Homespun” were not cloth but were books “spun from the Brain of John Quincy Adams.” Adams’s and Jefferson’s renewed correspondence—much more than just an exchange of friendly letters—is recognized as one of the greatest intellectual exchanges between former presidents in American history.
Records and correspondence Electronic books Biography Correspondence: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Trumbull, John, Autobiography, reminiscences and letters of John Trumbull, from to New York & London, Wiley and Putnam; New Haven, B.L.
Hamlen, (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: John Trumbull.John Trumbull () was an American portraitist and painter of historical events. Trumbull and Thomas Jefferson met in London in and thereafter maintained a regular correspondence during their mutual tenure abroad.
On meeting Trumbull in AprilJefferson promptly invited his new acquaintance to visit him in ll arrived on the continent that August and spent several.From John Adams to John Trumbull, 12 March All correspondence between Adams and Trumbull.
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