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Harvey Bostwick Hurd to Theodore Hyatt

Harvey Bostwick Hurd to Theodore Hyatt
Creator: Hurd, H. B.
Date: December 1, 1856
This letter was written by the secretary of the National Kansas Committee, H. B. Hurd, to Theodore Hyatt, whose brother was chairman of this committee. The most noteworthy aspect of the letter is the letterhead, which included a listing of the members of the committee, the executive officers, and their hometowns. It also included the address of their Chicago office.

John M. S. Williams to Theodore Hyatt

John M. S. Williams to Theodore Hyatt
Creator: Williams, J.M.S
Date: November 22, 1859
Williams, an official of the Emigrant Aid Company, writes to Theodore Hyatt of New York from the offices of Glidden & Williams (California Packet Office) in Boston, regarding the payment of "$2500 for some lots . . ." which was to cover a note Williams had accepted from S. C. Pomeroy. Williams also comments on Kansas Territory politics: "I have been trying to raise $1000, to help Mr. Pomeroy in the Election (December 6?), his chance for the U S Senate, being very good; but he needs a little pecuniary assistance . . ." Pomeroy's election is declared critical because "he will have great influence on the course of the future Rail Road in Kansas . . . ."

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