Commissioners; Report; Receipts; Expenditures; Marcy, W. L.; Holley, Myron; William Bouck C.; Seymour, Henry; Young, Samuel; New York (State); Erie Canal; Report
Page three of a four page report from the Comptroller, of the expenditures of the Canal Commissioners. Submitted In Assembly, March 17, 1823. This report exhibits the several sums paid to the acting canal commissioners, and the amount expended by...
Postal data: posted, postmarked [wavy postmark] (ALBANY, N.Y., SEPT. 2, 6-9 PM, 1911), stamp; Postcard type: divided back [solid line]; Printing Information: card number (M-5868); Logo (POST CARD) in stylized lettering; Written message (I will...
The Christian Socialist writes to Markham about the Hamilton issue and the Hill issue and their distribution to various preachers. The publication would like to increase its distribution and asks Markham for any help he can provide.
Abbott writes about starting "The Comrade" and asks Markham for a poem for the first issue. Abbott also writes about his holiday spent in the Adirondacks, Chicago, Buffalo, and at the Indianapolis Socialist Convention.
Abbott states disappointment with LeGallienne's poem for the first issue of The Comrade. Used Markham's poem in its place; enclosed $10 payment. Abbott also expresses displeasure with the first issue due to various obstacles.
Appelbaum writes to Markham inviting him to be part of the committee on capital punishment that has been organized by the Humanitarian Cult. Appelbaum also invites Markham to speak at an upcoming meeting.
Abbott writes to Markham about Ferdinand Earle leaving his wife for another woman and mentions other famous men who have done the same, or have gone through a divorce. Abbott also mentions an article he wrote on Viereck for Book News Monthly.