Guide to the Levi Woodbury Letter Jan. 24, 1835
Collection number: MS 52
About Levi Woodbury
Levi Woodbury was born in Francestown, NH. He was was Secretary of the U.S. Treasury 1834-1841. His political career includes: Governor of NH 1823-24, Speaker of the NH House of Representatives 1825, U.S. Senator 1825-31, U.S. Secretary of Navy 1831-34, Secretary of the U.S. Treasury 1834-1841,Senator from New Hampshire, 1841-45; and Justice of the US Supreme Court, 1845-51.
About the Levi Woodbury Letter
This letter, signed by Levi Woodbury Jan. 24, 1835, was sent to Rufus McIntire regarding a claim relative to a lighthouse at Mount Desert, ME.
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Levi Woodbury Letter, Jan. 24, 1835, MS 52, Milne Special
Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
Purchased: Paul Richards, Jan. 4, 1983 (Accession number: 8243)