Folder 1: Undated General Correspondence
Folder 2: 1850-1859 General Correspondence
Folder 3: 1860-1869 General Correspondence
Folder 4: 1871-1874 General Correspondence
Folder 5: 1875-1879 General Correspondence
Folder 6: 1880-1884 General Correspondence
Folder 7: 1885-1889 General Correspondence
Folder 8: Miscellaneous: “Appearance on Broadway” (no date)
Typed description of “his Royal Highness” (Edward, the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII) during his visit to the United States in 1860, traveling down Broadway to the City Hall Park area (2 pages).
Folder 9: Correspondence from and about A.H. Bowman, 1855-1861
Included with correspondence from Bowman is a letter dated April 30. 1861 from [David Dudley?] Field, describing charges that “Major Bowman of West Point” is a secessionist.
[The Bowman correspondence was separated from the rest, either by Hewitt biographer Albert Heusser or a curator at the Passaic County Historical Society, and labeled “A. H. Bauman”]
Folder 10: South Carolina U. S. Forces Miscellaneous Military Correspondence, 1863
Correspondence from “Head Quarters, U.S. Forces, Port Royal Island, Beaufort, S.C.” April-May 1863.
The letters request reports or direct the movements of individuals, with no names known to be relevant to Abram S. Hewitt or Peter Cooper.
Folder 11: Miscellaneous Correspondence -- not addressed to or from Abram S. Hewitt
Check to Edmund Ketchum from George V. Fahrenbach, Metropolitan Fire Proofing Co., 1905
Jerry to George – Yale Club, NYC, 1935
Folder 12: Miscellaneous items
Address booklet, owner unknown
Financial sheet for Driggs Drainage Co.
“El Noticioso de Nueva York. Periodico Hispano-Americano de Politica, Literatura y Comercio.
"A New Spanish-American Journal”
Folder 13: Correspondence fragments
Folder 1: 1890-1894
Folder 2: 1895-1899
Folder 3: 1897 Citizens Union Correspondence and Related Papers
Folder 4: 1900-1905
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