Contains 5 Results:
Letter, George L. Welcker in Washington, D.C. to James M. Welcker in Knoxville, Tennessee, 1844 May 29
In this letter, George Welcker discusses Polk's nomination as the Democratic presidential candidate. Welcker found the nomination surprising, as the delegates had seemed split between Van Buren (who was later withdrawn) and Cass. He also marvels at the speed with which news can be transmitted via the new telegraph system.
Havens discusses the $90.63 that Welcker advanced to a friend.
On behalf of the Plantation Bank, Cleage asks Welcker to please send the old certificate of stock in the East Tennessee & Georgia Railroad (issued to Gaines and J. C. Luttrell) to the bank.
Letter, Carrick W[hite] Park in Franklin, Tennessee to James M. Welcker in Knoxville, Tennessee, 1850 June 17
In this note, Park discusses family news and expresses his intention to move back to Knoxville, saying that he
would not live in this town for any consideration ... there is less sociability here than any place I ever was in.
Letter, William J. Standefer in Harrison, Tennessee, to Messrs. Welcker and Key in Knoxville, Tennessee, 1855 November 12
Standefer encloses a statement (not found) of the money owed to Lenoir, Smith, and McCallie et. al. in their suit against H. S. Abraham et. al. He also sends checks to cover various outstanding debts.