California State Library
California History Room
In the John Stanton Political Campaign Collection, 1860-2007, amount unknown.
Persons represented Charles A. Sumner.
Rare Book and Manuscript Library
New York, NY
3 letters (1891) in the Belmont family collection.
Finding aid in repository.
San Marino, CA
1874, 1 letter.
A letter from Charles A. Sumner to Adolph Heinrich written on July 27, 1874. In the letter, Sumner writes of the 1862 efforts of Jacob Beideman of "defending his large real estate property rights in this city by a newspaper," and describes the results. Sumner writes of the political efforts of his group: "We saved every homestead in the city" from what he calls "an organized party of scoundrels; chief among them were the newspaper manipulators."
University of Georgia
Special Collections Library
1871, 1 item.
The collection consists of a letter from Governor Rufus B. Bullock to Charles A. Sumner dated Atlanta, Georgia, February 18, 1871. In the letter, Bullock urges the acceptance of Foster Blodgett as a duly elected U.S. Senator from Georgia; mentions criticisms of Blodgett; and discusses Blodgett's background, personal life, and political character.
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