American Antiquarian Society
1832-1877, approximately 200 items.
Most of the items in this collection are receipts and correspondence pertaining to the administration of Allen's estate by his son Charles Allen ( - ) and his executor Peter Child Bacon (1804-1886). There are leases, statements of assets and liabilities, his will, cancelled checks, receipts, and various account statements and inventories. The elder Allen's correspondence, for the period 1850 to 1863, and some papers relating to his estate settlement have been item-cataloged.
In the Quinsigamond Paper Mills Company Record Book, 1836-1838, 1 folder.
Charles Allen was one of the directors of the company.
Library of Congress
In the Texas Collection, 1836-1850, 5 items.
The collections includes a report (1845 June 25) of a committee of Massachusetts legislators opposing the annexation of Texas signed by Charles Francis Adams, Charles Allen, and Stephen C. Phillips.
Massachusetts Historical Society
In the Address to the people of the United States, 1845, 1 volume.
The address on the proposed annexation of Texas delivered at a convention of delegates held at Faneuil Hall in Boston on 29 January 1845. The first seven pages of the manuscript are in Webster's hand, the remainder written by Charles Allen and Willard Phillips, organizers of the convention. Webster did not deliver the speech.
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