Lewis University I & M Canal Documents and Correspondence, 1832-1857 (Lewis University)
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Letter of petition from D. Prickett, J.B. Thomas Jr., and Peter Prayne, Chicago, to the Canal Commissioners.
1. Letter of petition from D. Prickett, J.B. Thomas Jr., and Peter Prayne, Chicago, to the Canal Commissioners. Dated June 2, 1836
Letters from various auctioneers, Chicago, to the Canal Commissioners Proposing Services. Dated 1836
2. Letters from various auctioneers, Chicago, to the Canal Commissioners Proposing Services. Dated 1836
Letter from H. Mallory, Chicago, to Messrs. Thornton, Fry and McClelland, Canal Commissioners. Dated
3. Letter from H. Mallory, Chicago, to Messrs. Thornton, Fry and McClelland, Canal Commissioners. Dated January 11, 1838
Letter: Chicago, to Messrs, Thornton, Fry and McClelland, Canal Commissioners from H. Mallory, 1838 January
4. Letter: Chicago, to Messrs, Thornton, Fry and McClelland, Canal Commissioners from H. Mallory, 1838 January 11.

Letter from W. Caldwell to Jacob Fry, Acting Commissioner. Dated September 15, 1838
5. Letter from W. Caldwell to Jacob Fry, Acting Commissioner. Dated September 15, 1838
Letter from W. Caldwell to Jacob Fry, Acting Commissions, I&M Canal. Dated September 15, 1838
6. Letter from W. Caldwell to Jacob Fry, Acting Commissions, I&M Canal. Dated September 15, 1838
Letter from Joel Manning, Secretary, Canal Board, to J. M. H. Swift Concerning a Request for Payment
7. Letter from Joel Manning, Secretary, Canal Board, to J. M. H. Swift Concerning a Request for Payment Due Contractor. Dated Oct. 12, 1840
Letter from some 70 Chicago residents, including Walter Kimball, M.H. Kenzie, and W.B. Ogden, to the
8. Letter from some 70 Chicago residents, including Walter Kimball, M.H. Kenzie, and W.B. Ogden, to the Canal Commissioners. Dated November 13, 1840

Letter from George Heath, Chicago, to Canal Commissioners. Dated July 21, 1845
9. Letter from George Heath, Chicago, to Canal Commissioners. Dated July 21, 1845
Letter from J. H. Burch Dated January 2, 1847 to Robert Stuart Requesting a Draft for $2,266.87. Dated
10. 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 A. Guthrie to William Gooding, Chief Engineer, I&M Canal, Discussing the Building of "Tug"
11. Letter from A. Guthrie to William Gooding, Chief Engineer, I&M Canal, Discussing the Building of "Tug" or "Tow" Boats. Dated January 8, 18 [1837 or 1844]
Letter from A. H. Ridgley, Cashier, State Bank of Illinois, to the Board of Commissions Office of the
12. Letter from A. H. Ridgley, Cashier, State Bank of Illinois, to the Board of Commissions Office of the I&M Canal. Dated June 11, 1838.

Letter from B. H. Moores, to General William J. Thornton, President of the Board of Canal Construction.
13. Letter from B. H. Moores, to General William J. Thornton, President of the Board of Canal Construction. Dated September 16, 1837
Letter from J. W. Herrin, Lockport, Illinois, resident, to William J. Fisher. Dated December 15, 1848.
14. Letter from J. W. Herrin, Lockport, Illinois, resident, to William J. Fisher. Dated December 15, 1848.
Letter from Stephen F. Gooding, to William Gooding, Secretary of the Canal Board, discussing a contract
15. Letter from Stephen F. Gooding, to William Gooding, Secretary of the Canal Board, discussing a contract regarding Mr. Hildreth. Dated December 15, 1848.
 

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