Willard Hall letters

Summary

Creator: Hall, Willard, 1780-1875
Date(s): 1819-1845
Call Number: MSS 0098, F0031
Language: English
Abstract: Consists of three handwritten letters from Williard Hall, U.S. Representative (R-Delaware), lawyer, and judge from Delaware. The earliest of the three letters is a letter of recommendation for a resident of Delaware wishing for a clerkship in the Navy department. The second is a letter to Delaware Governor Charles Thomas on whether or not one could serve as a Governor and Speaker of the Senate at the same time. The third letter is addressed to Abraham Staats, Auditor of Accounts for the State of Delaware, in response to Staats' question about whether or not the schools in New Castle County were receiving the currect amounts of funds.
Physical Description: 3 items (7 pages)
Processing: Finding aid encoded by Tiffany Saulter, June 2015. Finding aid prepared using Describing Archives: A Content Standard