New York Public Library
Manuscripts and Archives Division
New York, NY
1842-1920, 12 linear feet.
The collection consists of correspondence, family papers, speeches, biographical materials, political memorabilia, photographs, and scrapbooks. Subjects covered in the correspondence include civil reform, Levi Morton's political campaigns, Levi Morton's service as Minister to France, and his activities as businessman, banker, congressman, vice-president, and governor. Also includes correspondence with his wives, Lucy K. Morton and Anna Livingston Morton. A finding aid is available in the repository.
Copley Press, Inc.
J.S. Copley Library
La Jolla, CA
1896, 1 item.
A letter from Levi P. Morton to Magnus Robinson written on September 21, 1896.
Rauner Special Collections Library
1843-1849, approximately 30 items.
Photostatic and microform copies of correspondence between Levi P. Morton and members of his family, chiefly with his father, Daniel O. Morton. Originals and typescripts are in the New York Public Library.
1896, 1-1/2 pages.
A letter from Governor Levi P. Morton to Magnus Robinson. The letter includes discussion of the Emancipation Proclamation.
1847, 1 page.
A report of a meeting of the Dartmouth Religious Society held on March 1, 1847. The report discusses the appointments of Dr. Crosby, Russell Smith, and A.B. Closson, in order to raise additional funds for the pastor's salary and will confer with the Trustees.
Dawes Memorial Library
1884, 1 page.
A letter of introduction for William F. Dana, from A.J. Warner to Levi P. Morton.
New York State Library
Manuscripts and Special Collections
n.d., 2 pages.
A letter from Levi P. Morton to Colonel Cole concerning a man who wishes to have an honorable discharge, even though he was dismissed.
Ohio Historical Society
In the William Henry Smith Papers, 1800-1896, 9.25 cubic feet.
Other authors include Levi P. Morton.
State University of New York
Poetry and Rare Books
In the Thomas B. Lockwood Collection, 1879-1908, 4 items.
Includes correspondence with Freding Inglex, George Hughes, Garret J. Benson, and to an individual addressed as "Wolan."
George Arents Research Library
1860-1912, 0.5 linear foot.
Includes mostly incoming correspondence from clergymen, educators, financiers, journalists, and politicians. Some letters are addressed to Levi Morton's executive secretary, Ashley W. Cole. An unpublished guide is available in the repository.
University of Chicago Library
Special Collections Research Center
1876, 1 item.
A letter from Levi P. Morton to U.S. Grant, December 28, 1876. The letter is a recommendation for Grosvenor P. Lowery and Judge Dittenhoefer.
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