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Eighteenth century

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Scope Note: Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

William Hooker Letter

 Collection — Box VMF 6, Folder: 5
Identifier: MS-VMF-vmf070
Scope and Contents

Autograph letter signed from Hooker to "My good frind and correspondent," offering Christmas greetings and inquiring about family. Mr. Hooker complains of his gout but resolves to bear the affliction patiently, for God alone is the "great physician of all souls." He also speculates that the French theaten to declare war any day, waiting to lull the British into complacency before striking. 2 pages.

Stratford Lee Morton Papers

Identifier: MS-MS-ms087
Scope and Contents Consists of personal papers including correspondence (1915-1969) with book dealers, librarians, and public figures including Joseph Tumulty, Secretary to President Wilson; Herbert Hoover; and others. Other personal papers include materials relating to the Missouri Constitutional Convention of 1943; photographs of Morton and his collection of early American furniture, etc.; miscellaneous articles by or about Morton; miscellaneous clippings relating to Morton and to book collecting; and lists...