Polk, James K. (James Knox), 1795-1849 -- Correspondence.
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
This collections contains a letter written April 20, 1845, and sent to Washington by Auguste Davezac to President James K. Polk. Davezac recommends that President Polk appoint P. J. Sullivan to the State Department.
In this letter, Harris asks Polk to send him the names of anyone he would like invited to an upcoming Medical Board so that the appropriate invitations can be mailed.
This collection contains bills addressed to President James K. Polk in New York in 1847. The collection contains six documents.
This collection contains a letter written by James K. Polk to an unidentified recipient on November 2, 1832. The letter is written from Columbia, Tennessee and discusses the education of Polk's younger brother, William Hawkins Polk.
This collection includes a letter written by James K. Polk to an unmarked recipient. It is dated December 26, 1829 from "Washington City."
In this letter, John W. Ford recommends Colonel James D. Priest to James K. Polk for the position of Quartermaster in a military regiment that Polk is forming.
Collection contains a two page letter written by Sarah Childress Polk on February 27, 1888. The letter, a response to General James Grant Wilson discusses a photograph of Sarah's husband, the late James K. Polk, about which the general had previously inquired. Polk explains in her letter that the photograph in question was taken a few months before her husband's death.