Bryn Mawr College
The Adelman Collection
Bryn Mawr, PA
In the Gabriel Duvall Papers, 1803, 1 item.
A letter from Gabriel Duvall to Tench Coxe written on August 20, 1803. In the letter, Gabriel Duvall acknowledges receipt of Tench Coxe's "Oath as Purveyor of Public Supplies, to support the constitution of the United States."
Library of Congress
In the Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection, 1786-1790, 2 items.
Includes letters of Tench Coxe.
In the William Maclay Papers, 1789-1791, 0.5 linear foot.
Subjects covered include Tench Coxe.
In the Charles Thomson Papers, ca. 1765-1888, 1 linear foot.
Correspondents include Tench Coxe. A finding aid is available in the repository.
In the U.S. Department of the Treasury Records, 1781-1803, 25 items.
Persons represented include Tench Coxe. A finding aid is available in the repository.
The Morgan Library
Department of Literary and Historical Manuscripts
New York, NY
1812, 1 item.
A letter from Tench Coxe to G. W. Schaick written on July 14, 1812.
In the Ford Collection, 1790, 1 item.
A letter from Tench Coxe to Richard Varick, mayor of New York, written on September 7, 1790.
Special Collections Library, Paterno Library
University Park, PA
In the Autographs Collection, 1682-1972, 0.45 cubic foot.
Persons represented include Tench Coxe. A finding aid is available in the repository and online.
In the Charlotte Hanes Harding Autographs Collection, 1744-1928, 0.45 cubic foot.
Correspondents include Tench Coxe. A finding aid is available in the repository and online.
The Rosenbach Museum & Library
n.d., 1 item.
A letter from Tench Coxe to Samuel M. Fox. In the letter, Tench Coxe writes about his health and business matters, and mentions his embarrassment with reference to the notes of William Coxe, Jr. Tench Coxe also discusses property holdings in his family, and requests that the contents of this letter not be revealed to the Board.
1783, 1 item.
A letter from Tench Coxe to Jonathan Hudson written on September 23, 1783. In the letter, Tench Coxe accepts a business offer from Jonathan Hudson and requests that Jonathan Hudson send him bank notes or a bill as soon as possible.
1821, 1 item.
A letter from Tench Coxe to John S. Skinner written on March 22, 1821. In the letter, Tench Coxe mentions that he has written several pieces on the "methods of encouraging manufactures without forcing duties and prohibitions" and expresses the hope that they will be republished. Tench Coxe also requests that he be notified in the event that the essays are published in a newspapers.
University of Virginia Library
Albert H. Small Special Collections Library
In the James Madison Papers, 1804, 1 item.
A letter from James Madison to Tench Coxe written on May 8, 1804. In the letter, James Madison requests that Tench Coxe forward 75 copies of the laws of the United States intended for Louisiana to Governor Claiborne at New Orleans, and 25 copies to Governor Harrison at Ft. Vincennes, for distribution in the Louisiana Territory.
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