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Box 1

 Container

Contains 12 Results:

Letter to H. Holley, Sep. 8, 1825

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Scope and Content of the Collection From the Collection: Letters regarding various aspects of Clay’s political career, including his opposition towards Andrew Jackson and Jacksonism and details of his race against Zachary Taylor to be nominated for Whig Presidential candidate. The letters express opinions on South Carolina’s 1830 threat of secession, the Bank of the U.S., candidates for the vice presidency, the temperance movement, and slavery. Though Clay writes a letter lauding the laws which suppress the African slave trade, in another he refutes...
Dates: Sep. 8, 1825

Letter to F. T. Brooke, Nov. 24, 1827

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Scope and Content of the Collection From the Collection: Letters regarding various aspects of Clay’s political career, including his opposition towards Andrew Jackson and Jacksonism and details of his race against Zachary Taylor to be nominated for Whig Presidential candidate. The letters express opinions on South Carolina’s 1830 threat of secession, the Bank of the U.S., candidates for the vice presidency, the temperance movement, and slavery. Though Clay writes a letter lauding the laws which suppress the African slave trade, in another he refutes...
Dates: Nov. 24, 1827

Letter to Matthew Carey, Dec. 25, 1830

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Scope and Content of the Collection From the Collection: Letters regarding various aspects of Clay’s political career, including his opposition towards Andrew Jackson and Jacksonism and details of his race against Zachary Taylor to be nominated for Whig Presidential candidate. The letters express opinions on South Carolina’s 1830 threat of secession, the Bank of the U.S., candidates for the vice presidency, the temperance movement, and slavery. Though Clay writes a letter lauding the laws which suppress the African slave trade, in another he refutes...
Dates: Dec. 25, 1830

Letter to John Leeds Kerr, May 16, 1834

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 4
Scope and Content of the Collection From the Collection: Letters regarding various aspects of Clay’s political career, including his opposition towards Andrew Jackson and Jacksonism and details of his race against Zachary Taylor to be nominated for Whig Presidential candidate. The letters express opinions on South Carolina’s 1830 threat of secession, the Bank of the U.S., candidates for the vice presidency, the temperance movement, and slavery. Though Clay writes a letter lauding the laws which suppress the African slave trade, in another he refutes...
Dates: May 16, 1834

Letter to Lewis Tappan, Mar. 29, 1836

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Scope and Content of the Collection From the Collection: Letters regarding various aspects of Clay’s political career, including his opposition towards Andrew Jackson and Jacksonism and details of his race against Zachary Taylor to be nominated for Whig Presidential candidate. The letters express opinions on South Carolina’s 1830 threat of secession, the Bank of the U.S., candidates for the vice presidency, the temperance movement, and slavery. Though Clay writes a letter lauding the laws which suppress the African slave trade, in another he refutes...
Dates: Mar. 29, 1836

Letter to Edward C. Delavan, Aug. 20, 1838

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 6
Scope and Content of the Collection From the Collection: Letters regarding various aspects of Clay’s political career, including his opposition towards Andrew Jackson and Jacksonism and details of his race against Zachary Taylor to be nominated for Whig Presidential candidate. The letters express opinions on South Carolina’s 1830 threat of secession, the Bank of the U.S., candidates for the vice presidency, the temperance movement, and slavery. Though Clay writes a letter lauding the laws which suppress the African slave trade, in another he refutes...
Dates: Aug. 20, 1838

Letter to Francis T. Brooke, Oct. 9, 1838

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 7
Scope and Content of the Collection From the Collection: Letters regarding various aspects of Clay’s political career, including his opposition towards Andrew Jackson and Jacksonism and details of his race against Zachary Taylor to be nominated for Whig Presidential candidate. The letters express opinions on South Carolina’s 1830 threat of secession, the Bank of the U.S., candidates for the vice presidency, the temperance movement, and slavery. Though Clay writes a letter lauding the laws which suppress the African slave trade, in another he refutes...
Dates: Oct. 9, 1838

Letter to Kenneth Rayner, Jun. 2, 1839

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 8
Scope and Content of the Collection From the Collection: Letters regarding various aspects of Clay’s political career, including his opposition towards Andrew Jackson and Jacksonism and details of his race against Zachary Taylor to be nominated for Whig Presidential candidate. The letters express opinions on South Carolina’s 1830 threat of secession, the Bank of the U.S., candidates for the vice presidency, the temperance movement, and slavery. Though Clay writes a letter lauding the laws which suppress the African slave trade, in another he refutes...
Dates: Jun. 2, 1839

Letter to H. H. Dearborn, Jul. 13, 1842

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 9
Scope and Content of the Collection From the Collection: Letters regarding various aspects of Clay’s political career, including his opposition towards Andrew Jackson and Jacksonism and details of his race against Zachary Taylor to be nominated for Whig Presidential candidate. The letters express opinions on South Carolina’s 1830 threat of secession, the Bank of the U.S., candidates for the vice presidency, the temperance movement, and slavery. Though Clay writes a letter lauding the laws which suppress the African slave trade, in another he refutes...
Dates: Jul. 13, 1842

Letter to Phillip Phoenix, Nov. 7, 1843

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 10
Scope and Content of the Collection From the Collection: Letters regarding various aspects of Clay’s political career, including his opposition towards Andrew Jackson and Jacksonism and details of his race against Zachary Taylor to be nominated for Whig Presidential candidate. The letters express opinions on South Carolina’s 1830 threat of secession, the Bank of the U.S., candidates for the vice presidency, the temperance movement, and slavery. Though Clay writes a letter lauding the laws which suppress the African slave trade, in another he refutes...
Dates: Nov. 7, 1843

Letter to K. Rayner, Apr. 12, 1848

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 11
Scope and Content of the Collection From the Collection: Letters regarding various aspects of Clay’s political career, including his opposition towards Andrew Jackson and Jacksonism and details of his race against Zachary Taylor to be nominated for Whig Presidential candidate. The letters express opinions on South Carolina’s 1830 threat of secession, the Bank of the U.S., candidates for the vice presidency, the temperance movement, and slavery. Though Clay writes a letter lauding the laws which suppress the African slave trade, in another he refutes...
Dates: Apr. 12, 1848

Letter to B. B. Minor, May 3, 1851

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 12
Scope and Content of the Collection From the Collection: Letters regarding various aspects of Clay’s political career, including his opposition towards Andrew Jackson and Jacksonism and details of his race against Zachary Taylor to be nominated for Whig Presidential candidate. The letters express opinions on South Carolina’s 1830 threat of secession, the Bank of the U.S., candidates for the vice presidency, the temperance movement, and slavery. Though Clay writes a letter lauding the laws which suppress the African slave trade, in another he refutes...
Dates: May 3, 1851