Lewis University I & M Canal Documents and Correspondence, 1832-1857 (Lewis University)
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Letter from A. J. Galloway to William Gooding, Chief Engineer Requesting Help at the Line on Kickapool
1. Letter from A. J. Galloway to William Gooding, Chief Engineer Requesting Help at the Line on Kickapool Creek. Dated September 6, 1846
Letter from D. Spavitto, to William Gooding Esq., Secretary of the Canal Board. Dated August 24, 1850.
2. Letter from D. Spavitto, to William Gooding Esq., Secretary of the Canal Board. Dated August 24, 1850.
Letter from J. H. Burch Dated January 2, 1847 to Robert Stuart Requesting a Draft for $2,266.87. Dated
3. Letter from J. H. Burch Dated January 2, 1847 to Robert Stuart Requesting a Draft for $2,266.87. Dated January 2, 1847
Letter from John Strong Transferring his Claim to Lot 6 in Block 50 in the Original Town of Chicago
4. Letter from John Strong Transferring his Claim to Lot 6 in Block 50 in the Original Town of Chicago to Lewis [Louis] T. Jamison, Including Letter from Louis T. Jamison Requesting Same. Dated June 28, 1836

Letter from Milne Ferguson & Co., to William Gooding Esq. Secretary of the Canal Board. Dated March 11,
5. Letter from Milne Ferguson & Co., to William Gooding Esq. Secretary of the Canal Board. Dated March 11, 1850.
Letter from Robert Stuart, Secretary of the I&M Canal Board, to Lowry & Gedney, Publishers of the Constitutionalist.
6. Letter from Robert Stuart, Secretary of the I&M Canal Board, to Lowry & Gedney, Publishers of the Constitutionalist. Dated September 20, 1848.
  

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