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Title: MS 322 - Captain Jack Crawford Collection, 1868-1950Add to your cart.

Primary Creator: Crawford, John Wallace "Captain Jack"

Extent: 36.0 Boxes

Arrangement:

The collection (No. 322) is arranged into seven series by type of record, as follows:

Biographical Information – Box 1

Family Information – Box 1

Correspondence

            Personal (Non-Business) – Box 1-3

            Business – Box 4-5

Business Affairs – Box 6

Financial Documents – Box 7

            Business – Box 7

            Family – Box 7

Literary Works

            Poems – Box 8-10

            Songs – Box 10

            Plays – By Captain Jack – Box 10-12

            Plays – By Others – Box 13

            Stories – Box 14

            Articles – Personal Accounts – Box 14-15

            Articles – By Others – (About CJ, Contemporaries, or Family) – Box 16

            Newspaper Clippings – Box 17

            Books – By Captain Jack – Box 17

            Diaries – By Captain Jack – Box 17

            Notebooks & Scrapbooks – Box 17-20, 23-24(oversize)

Printed Materials – Captain Jack – Box 21-22

            Entertainment, Mining, and General

Oversize Manuscript Materials – Box 23-26, 36

Photographs – Box 27-35

            Oversize Photographs – Box 33-35

Date Acquired: 01/01/2008

Languages: English

Abstract

The John Wallace "Captain Jack" Crawford Collection consists of family and personal papers, research, and drafts of writing projects as well as correspondence related to business and personal matters.  Writing topics include poetry, short stories, and theatrical plays.  His business interests included performing, mining, scouting, and running a farm and general store.

Collection Historical Note

John Wallace Crawford (1847-1917), sometimes called "Captain Jack" or "The Poet Scout", was born in Northern Ireland.  Immigrating to the United States at the age of eleven (1858), he joined his father in a coal mine in Minersville, Pennsylvania.  In 1863, he and his father joined the Union Army in the Civil War, serving in the 48th Pennsylvania Volunteers.  ‘Captain Jack’ was wounded four times, the last of which occurred at Spottsylvania. A nun taught him to read and write while he was recuperating from the wound. After the war, Crawford returned to Pennsylvania, married Maria Stokes and started a family.

One of the original seven men who settled in the Black Hills region after the Custer expedition in 1874, Crawford was a newspaper correspondent for The Omaha Daily Bee, reporting on conditions in the Black Hills.  He also became Chief of Scouts for the Black Hills Rangers.  After the defeat of General Custer at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in 1876, Crawford joined the Fifth Calvary at the urging of his friend, William Frederick ‘Buffalo Bill’ Cody.  While he served as a scout and messenger for both Generals Merritt and Crook, Crawford continued to send dispatches to The Omaha Daily Bee.  In the fall of 1876, Crawford joined Buffalo Bill's theatrical troupe for the winter season.  He starred as ‘Captain Jack’ opposite ‘Buffalo Bill’ in western themed melodramas.

In the spring of 1878, Crawford journeyed to the gold fields of Dawson in the Yukon Territory.  He never had much luck as a miner, so, a year later, he traveled to San Francisco to negotiate the publication of his first book, The Poet Scout.  During the last half of 1879 and through 1880, Crawford scouted for the U.S. Army in New Mexico for their campaign against the Apaches.  Crawford liked the area, so after he resigned from the Army in 1880, he decided to remain in New Mexico.  After Crawford accepted a position as post trader at Fort Craig, he sent for his wife, Maria, and their children.  The family maintained their residence at this isolated location for nearly two decades, even after the troops withdrew and the fort closed.  He continued to prospect, perform, and write.  The Poet Scout was enlarged and reprinted in 1886 and was followed by three other books; Camp Fire Sparks, Lariette and The Broncho Book.  He also wrote several plays in which he took the central roles, and he authored more than a hundred short stories.

Because of a promise that he claimed he made to his mother on her death bed, Crawford allegedly never touched a drop of whiskey.  Proud of his sobriety, he became a special agent of the Justice Department under President W.H. Harrison in the fall of 1889.  Responsible for the capture of outlaws and "bootleggers" who sold whiskey to Native Americans, he traveled extensively throughout the Southwest during the next four years.

In 1893, Crawford devoted time exclusively to his career as an entertainer.  By 1898, he attained recognition as one of the country's most popular platform entertainers.  However, by 1899 he submitted to ‘gold fever’ again joining the rush to the Klondike.  After two years, he returned to his career as an entertainer, but his finances were precarious.  Estranged from his wife, Crawford died in his Woodhaven, Long Island home in 1917.

Administrative Information

Repository: McCracken Research Library

Access Restrictions: McCracken Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials. Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation or publication. Contact McCracken Research Library for more information.

Acquisition Source: Harriet Crawford Richardson

Acquisition Method: Gift

Related Publications:

BY: CRAWFORD, JACK.

The Broncho Book.  The Roycrofters, 1908. [PS1469 .C73 1908 – Russell Collection]

The Poet Scout.  Funk and Wagnalls, 1886.  [PS 1469 .C73 1886 – Russell Collection]

The Poet Scout.  H. Keller & Co., 1879.  [PS 1469 .C3 1879 – Russell Collection]

ABOUT:

Miller, Darlis A.  Captain Jack Crawford : buckskin poet, scout, and showman.  University of New Mexico Press, 1993.  [F 594 .C73 M55 1993]

Rezatto, Helen.  Tales of the Black Hills.  North Plains Press, c1983.  [F 657 .B6 R46 1983]

Sagala, Sandra K.  Buffalo Bill on Stage.  University of New Mexico Press, c2008.  [F 594 .B94 S23 2008]

Spotts, David L.  Campaigning with Custer : and the Nineteenth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry on the Washita Campaign, 1868-69.  University of Nebraska Press, 1988.  [E 83.869 .S76 1988]

Preferred Citation: John Wallace "Captain Jack" Crawford Collection, MS 322, Harold McCracken Research Library, Buffalo Bill Historical Center.


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[Series 1: Biographical Information, 1860 - 1960],
[Series 2: Family, 1860 - 1960],
[Series 3: Correspondence, 1860 - 1960],
[Series 4: Business, 1860 - 1920],
[Series 5: Financial and Legal Documents],
[Series 6: Literary Works],
[Series 7: Photographs],
[Series 8: Oversize Materials],
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Series 3: Correspondence, 1860 - 1960Add to your cart.
Writings between himself and business associates, literary partners, and family members.  These materials are arranged into personal and business correspondence, and then alphabetically by the last name of the person with whom he corresponded or by the company or organizational name of the entity.
Sub-Series 1: Personal Correspondence (non-business)Add to your cart.
Box MS322.01Add to your cart.
Folder 322.01.34: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Crawford-Reckhart, Eva, 1911 - 1915Add to your cart.

322.01.34.001 - 1217 Lincoln Pl., Bklyn, N.Y.

322.01.34.002 - You Cannot Do Better Than Secure As An Attraction Capt. Jack Crawford Recent Credentials

Folder 322.01.35: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Wendell, A.C., 1917 - 1919Add to your cart.

322.01.35.001 - Admiral Dewey's Tomb

322.01.35.002 - A.C. Wendell - June 22, 1919

Box MS322.02Add to your cart.
Folder 322.02.01: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Adams, James Barton, 1890 - 1891Add to your cart.

Letters To and From Captain Jack

322.02.01.001 - Dripping Springs, Aug 14th

322.02.01.002 - My Dear jack:

322.02.01.003 - Well, by the gods, everyone seems to have

322.02.01.004 - Tuesday or Wednesday Evening, August 26th or 27th

322.02.01.005 - Department of Justice, Dripping Springs

322.02.01.006 - Department of Justice, Dripping Springs

322.02.01.007 - The Lodge, Jan 20, 1891

322.02.01.008 - Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad Company

322.02.01.009 - My Dear Jim, Tired as usual after a hard day of toil

Folder 322.02.02: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Adams, James Barton, 1892Add to your cart.

Letters To and From Captain Jack

322.02.02.001 - "The Lodge," March 7, 1892

322.02.02.002 - "The Lodge," April 3, 1892

322.02.02.003 - The Lodge, Saturday Eve.

322.02.02.004 - "The Lodge," April 17, 1892

322.02.02.005 - "The Lodge," June 4, 1892

322.02.02.006 - "The Lodge," June 4, 1892 - Typed Transcript

322.02.02.007 - Beaumont - The Lodge - 24th or 25th

322.02.02.008 - Beaumont - The Lodge - 24th or 25th - Typed Transcript

322.02.02.009 - Salina, Oct. 21, 1892

322.02.02.010 - Salina, Oct. 21, 1892 - Typed Transcript

Folder 322.02.03: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Adams, James Barton, 1904, 1906 - 1908, 1910Add to your cart.

Letters To and From Captain Jack

322.02.03.001 - N.Y. June 3rd 1907

322.02.03.002- 3 - On the Steamer Dranlaard to N.Y.

322.02.03.003 - 3 Copies - On the Steamer Dreamland to N.Y. - Typed Transcript

322.02.03.004 - The Writings of James Barton Adams

322.02.03.005 - Mt. Carmel, Pa. - 4 page of Photocopies

322.02.03.006 - Mr. Herman Kohn, Sec'y Lodge No. 3, B.P.O.E.

322.02.03.007 - The National Elks' Journal - Denver, September 30, 1907

322.02.03.008 - The National Elks' Journal - Denver, March 17, 1908

322.02.03.009 - The Rocky Mountain Elk - My Dear Pard

322.02.03.010 - James Barton Adams, Denver, Feby 2,

322.02.03.011 - Denver, Aug. 1, Dear Jack:

undated

Folder 322.02.04: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Cody, William Frederick (Buffalo Bill), 1894-10-21Add to your cart.
322.02.04.001 Broadway Central Hotel - One of the most
Folder 322.02.05: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Crawford, Anna Marie, 1880 - 1916Add to your cart.

With Captain Jack

322.02.05.001 - Dear Maria - June 30, 1880

322.02.05.002 - Dear Wife - Feb 28th, 1881

322.02.05.003 - Dear Maria - Mar 18th, 1885

322.02.05.004 - My Dear Wife - August 6, 1885

322.02.05.005 - Dear Maria - Feb 14, 1886

322.02.05.006 - Dear Maria - Aug 13th, 1887

322.02.05.007 - Dear Maria - Sept 4, 1887

322.02.05.008 - My Dear Maria - Oct 6th 1888

322.02.05.009 - My Dear Wife - May 16th 1889

322.02.05.010 - Dear Maria - April 30th 1890

322.02.05.011 - Photocopy of letter - General Samuel K. Schwenk

322.02.05.012 - McKinley & Hobart Sound Money Club, My dear wife:

322.02.05.013 - Broadway Central Hotel - Dear Maria

322.02.05.014 - Captain Jack Crawford Alaska Prospecting and Mining Corporation Letterhead - Dear Wife

322.02.05.015 - My Dear Maria - May 27, 1898

322.02.05.016 - Envelope - Mrs. J.W. Crawford

322.02.05.017 - Dear Maria - Aug 24 1898

322.02.05.018 - Dear Maria, Not a word yet from home or from

322.02.05.019 - My Dear Wife, I am in receipt of your two

322.02.05.020 - Dear Maria, Today I received the check and have

322.02.05.021 - Envelope

322.02.05.022 - Dear Maria, My Birthday and a sad one for me.

322.02.05.023 - My Dear Maria, Your two letters received and

322.02.05.024 - Photocopy of Letter - My Dear Maria, I arrived here

322.02.05.025 - My Dear Maria, I am sorry you did not come

322.02.05.026 - Maria, You long letter, Teaming with figins

322.02.05.027 - Photocopy of Letter - Dear Sir, I have written you

322.02.05.028 - Dear Maria, I am in receipt of your letter of July 3rd

322.02.05.029 - Photocopy of Letter - Maria, your letter is very

322.02.05.030 - Maria, I can't answer your letter fully from here

322.02.05.031 - My dear August, I certainly cannot understand

322.02.05.032 - Dear Maria, Your letter of Aug. 4th only reached

322.02.05.033 - Dear Maria, I am enclosing a copy of a letter

322.02.05.034 - Dear Maria, I have tried several times to answer

322.02.05.035 - Dear Maria, I was very much surprised day before

322.02.05.036 - Dear Maria, I was glad to get your letter and I

322.02.05.037 - Dear Maria, It takes a long time for me to get

322.02.05.038 - Envelope

322.02.05.039 - Photocopy of Letter - My dear Brown, I am in receipt of a letter

Folder 322.02.06: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Crawford, Anna Marie, 1886 - 1924Add to your cart.

With Others

322.02.06.001 - My Dear Mrs. Crawford, Your dispatch just rec'd

322.02.06.002 - My Dear Mrs. Crawford, I cannot find words

322.02.06.003 - Typed Transcript of MS322.02.06.02

322.02.06.004 - Mrs. M. Crawford, Kind and respected friends I can't hardly know

322.02.06.005 - My Dear Daughter, Your kind letter of the 4th is received

322.02.06.006 - Dear Sister, Your letter of 16th ull. In regard to Evain

322.02.06.007 - Dear Sisters, I have just returned from a trip through

322.02.06.008 - Dear Madam, I greatly regret to inform you that

322.02.06.009 - My Dear Mrs. Crawford, I have been away for a few days

322.02.06.010 - Dear Madame:-- In regard to the case of which

322.02.06.011 - My Dear Mrs. Crawford, I have been very ill

322.02.06.012 - My good Mrs. Crawford, I enclose here some printed matter

322.02.06.013 - My dear Mrs. Crawford, Ever since I came into the

322.02.06.014 - My dear Mrs. Crawford, I have just finished a note

322.02.06.015 - Dear Madam, Your esteemed favor of recent

322.02.06.016 - Dear Mrs. Crawford: As per Captain's request

322.02.06.017 - Dear Madam - As per Capt. Crawford's wishes

322.02.06.018 - Dear Mrs. Crawford - I was very glad indeed to get

322.02.06.019 - Dear Aunt Maria: For nearly a year I have been

322.02.06.020 - Madam: I find that the J.W. Crawford estate

322.02.06.021 - Photocopy - Dear Friends - Enclosed find a writeup

322.02.06.022 - Dear Friends - Your good letter of the 17th rec'd yesterday

322.02.06.023 - Dear Mrs. Crawford - Your good letter was received nearly

322.02.06.024 - Photocopy - Dearest Mother, Your letter came several

322.02.06.025 - Dear Mrs. Crawford: Please excuse pencil as I have

322.02.06.026 - Photocopy - Dear Grandma, Received your letter

322.02.06.027 - Mrs. Crawford - One leaf & size 7 from the Capt

322.02.06.028 - Photocopy - My Dear Captain, Returning yesterday

322.02.06.029 - My dear Congressman: In further reference to your

322.02.06.030 - Photocopy - Our Dear May and Mother, Both your

322.02.06.031 - Dear Mother, I arrived all ok last evening and

322.02.06.032 - Dear Grandma, A few liners to let you know

322.02.06.033 - Photocopy - My Dear Mother, Your letter containing

322.02.06.034 - Dear Mother, I just returned from Roswell have been

322.02.06.035 - Photocopy - Dear Sister, We received the apples

322.02.06.036 - We are awaiting your reply to ours of

322.02.06.037 - Envelope addressed to Mrs. A.M. Crawford

322.02.06.038 - Dear Friend, Oh I tell you I was glad when your

322.02.06.039 - Photocopy - Dear Mother, Just got in last evening

322.02.06.040 - Dear Sister Maria & May & all, In your letter to have

322.02.06.041 - Dear Sis, I rec'd your letter to day and am

322.02.06.042 - Mrs. Crawford, I will now take time to

322.02.06.043 - Postcard - Dear Aunt, Here's hoping your

322.02.06.044 - Postcard - Top O' the Morning - Unaddressed

322.02.06.045 - Dear Grandma, Howdaya like me? I'm sending

322.02.06.046 - Dear Mrs. Crawford, I feel as if I wanted to write

322.02.06.047 - My Dear Old Friend Maria, I received a short note from

322.02.06.048 - My dear dear Sister Marie, How often I think about

322.02.06.049 - Photocopy - Dear Sister, this is July already

322.02.06.050 - Card with Cross and Flowers - Eva, Harry and Baby

undated

Folder 322.02.07: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Crawford, Anna Marie, 1905, 1907Add to your cart.

Letters To and From Captain Jack

322.02.07.001 - Jack, you will have my last letter before this.

322.02.07.002 - Capt. Jack, Your letter received and I thank you

322.02.07.003 - Jack, I enclose a note and statement of

Folder 322.02.08: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Crawford, Anna Marie, 1917-07-03Add to your cart.

With Polly (Mrs. E.L. Cox)

MS322.02.08.001 - Photocopy - Dear Madam, Your letter dated

Folder 322.02.09: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Crawford-Brechtel, Elizabeth May, 1906, 1910 - 1911Add to your cart.

With Captain Jack

322.02.09.001 - My Darling Little May, I received your very sweet

322.02.09.002 - Photocopy - Poem "To May"

322.02.09.003 - Photocopy - Dear May, I recived your nice letter

322.02.09.004 - Dear May - I have been so very busy that

322.02.09.005 - My Dear May, Your good letter of the 14th inst.

322.02.09.006 - Dear May, Just returned from church

322.02.09.007 - My Dear May, You absent mindedness is

322.02.09.008 - My Dear May, I am just in receipt of your good

322.02.09.009 - My Dear May, By the time you receive this, you

Folder 322.02.10: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Crawford-Brechtel, Elizabeth Esther May, 1894Add to your cart.

With Captain Jack

322.02.10.001 - Photocopy - My Dear Papa, I have no present to sent

322.02.10.002 - Photocopy - My Darling Little May, I recieved your

Folder 322.02.11: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Crawford-Brechtel, Elizabeth May, 1909 - 1960Add to your cart.

With Others

322.02.11.001 - Dear Mary, Have you landed in Albuquerque yet

322.02.11.002 - Dear Brechtels: Perhaps Dorothy Virgin has

322.02.11.003 - Postcard - You don't hurt yourself writing Mother

322.02.11.004 - Dear May, I have been goning to write you for

322.02.11.005 - Dear Miss: Yours of the 26th. Inst. Enclosing

322.02.11.006 - Miss May and Mrs. Crawford, Our Dear Friends

322.02.11.007 - Dear Madam: One of the requirements of Teachers

322.02.11.008 - Photocopy - Mrs. Ele Brechtel, Nee Miss May Crawford

322.02.11.009 - Telegram - Mrs. May Bechtel, San Antonio, N.M.

322.02.11.010 - Mrs. May C. Brechtel and Mother, Dear Friends,

322.02.11.011 - Photocopy - Mrs. And May Crawford, Dear Friends,

322.02.11.012 - Dear Friend May and Husband, We was real pleased

322.02.11.013 - Our Dear May and Mother, Both your very interesting

322.02.11.014 - Photocopy - Our Friend Mrs. J.W. Crawford

322.02.11.015 - Photocopy - Mrs. Hattie Liechty announces the marriage

322.02.11.016 - Photocopy - Dear Sister Maria & May & All,

322.02.11.017 - Dear Sir, Pardon my intrusion in addressing

322.02.11.018 - Dear Old Friend: I was indeed glad to receive

322.02.11.019 - Dear May and Children - I am enclosing a check for

322.02.11.020 - Dearest, Got home from Salt Lake City yesterday

322.02.11.021 - Dear Cousin May, Your card sent to Santa Fe

322.02.11.022 - Dear Mrs. Brechtel, Since writing you last I have

322.02.11.023 - My Dear Mrs. Brechtel, Received your birthday

322.02.11.024 - Dear May: We are glad to hear you can come

322.02.11.025 - Photocopy - Dear Mrs. Brechtels: Perhaps

322.02.11.026 - Photocopy - My Dear Cousin May - How I enjoyed

322.02.11.027 - Envelope - Mrs. Mary C. Brechtel

322.02.11.028 - Dear Friend, Will you pardon me

322.02.11.029 - Photocopy - Church Program

Folder 322.02.12: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Crawford-Reckhart, Eva L., 1907 - 1911, 1914 - 1916Add to your cart.

With Captain Jack

322.02.12.001 - Dear Eva, I am just in receipt of your letter and it

322.02.12.002 - Dear Eva, yours Mon 27th Just rec'd.  Post Marked

322.02.12.003 - My dear Captain Jack: I have your two notes

322.02.12.004 - Photocopy - My Dear Pard: - The week in which

322.02.12.005 - Photocopy - Dear Maria - I am enclosing a copy

322.02.12.006 - Dear Eva, The Little Book Father Just here and read

322.02.12.007 - My Dear Eva - I am enclosing herewith a clipping

322.02.12.008 - My Dear Eva - I was glad to receive your postal

322.02.12.009 - Dear Eva - As you know, I have always been a Republican

322.02.12.010 - 3 - 6: I never did anything of the kind. I wrote to you

322.02.12.011 - Eva, you should keep copy of this it is

322.02.12.012 - Dear Eva this Copy of letter Explains itself

Folder 322.02.13: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Crawford-Reckhart, Eva L., 1892, 1902, 1910, 1917, 1919, 1921, 1933, 1936Add to your cart.

With Others

322.02.13.001 - My Darling Eva, Every day for the past week I began

322.02.13.002 - My dear Friend Eva:- I reproach myself very much

322.02.13.003 - Dear Mrs. Reckhart: This morning's mail brought

322.02.13.004 - My Dear Friend: I have read with interest

322.02.13.005 - My Dear Eva: I have a letter from your mother.

322.02.13.006 - My Dear Eva: Yours at hand and contents noted.

322.02.13.007 - My Dear Eva: Write, addressing Colonel G.M.

322.02.13.008 - Our dear Friend Mrs. Evangeline Reckhart

322.02.13.009 - Dear Mrs. Reckhart, Have you ever had a

322.02.13.010 - Handwritten Copy - Mr. Bell and Mrs. Reckhart,

322.02.13.011 - Dear Mrs. Reckhart, You asked me about the

322.02.13.012 - My Dear Mrs. Reckhart, Just a hasty note to Jay

322.02.13.013 - Photocopy - Dear Eva, I am sorry to have made you

322.02.13.014 - My dear Sister: - Well the little kids are in bed

322.02.13.015 - Mrs. Reckford (?); Please let me apologize

322.02.13.016 - Photocopy - Dear Mrs. Reckhart: Mrs. Bryo???

322.02.13.017 - Photocopy - Card with Cross and Flowers (See MS322.02.06.50)

Folder 322.02.14: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Crawford, Harry W., 1903, 1923Add to your cart.

322.02.14.001 - My Dear Sir:- I am in receipt of your letter

322.02.14.002 - My Darling Mother, Dad & all, Well this is Sunday

322.02.14.003 - Photocopy - Card with Cross and Flowers (See MS322.02.06.50)

Folder 322.02.15: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Donovan, Mike, 1917Add to your cart.
322.02.15.001 - Mrs Cox my Dear Madam, Your articles on Capt. Jack
Folder 322.02.16: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Gay, William, 1896Add to your cart.

Letters To and From Captain Jack

322.02.16.001 - Capt. Jack Old Friend, I supose you have heard

322.02.16.002 - Capt. Jack Crawford Old friend I just read your

322.02.16.003 - My Dear Old friend, your most welcome

322.02.16.0 4 - Dear Sir:- The Supreme Court in the case of

322.02.16.005 - Capt. Jack Dear Sir, I wrote the article as

Folder 322.02.17: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - King, Horatio C., 1896, 1898 - 1899, 1903Add to your cart.

Letters To and From Captain Jack

322.02.17.001 - My dear Capt. Jack:- The Ex. Com. Army of

322.02.17.002 - Dear Jack: Wendell gave me your address this

322.02.17.003 - Dear Jack: Mr. Ddutcher sent me your interesting

322.02.17.004 - Dear Jack:- It is not true that out of sight is

322.02.17.005 - Dear Captain Jack: I have looked over the

Folder 322.02.18: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Richardson, Harriett, 1950, 1970, 1985Add to your cart.

322.02.18.001 - Photocopy - Dear Mrs. Richardson, I received

322.02.18.002 - Photocopy - Dear Harriette - Leaving in a few

322.02.18.003 - Dear Harriett & Buford, I had hoped to visit

322.02.18.004 - Dear Mrs. Richardson: Your letter of April 13

322.02.18.005 - Photocopy - Envelope addressed to Mr. Harriett Richardson & Mrs. Beeford

322.02.18.006 - Photocopy - Dearest Harriett - I'm sitting on the edge

Folder 322.02.19: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Riley, Thomas J. - Letters To and From Captain Jack, 1905, 1907Add to your cart.

322.02.19.001 - T.J. Riley Poem & Rams Horn Beards Lost Picture

322.02.19.002 - Captain Jack Crawford, Dear Sir, I am a convict in

322.02.19.003 - Mr. Crawford, Dear Friend your letter of August 21st

322.02.19.004 - My Dear General:- I want to do something for

322.02.19.005 - My Dear General: -I want to do something for

322.02.19.006 - Dear "Capt. Jack": Your favor with dollar enclosed

322.02.19.007 - Dear Sir:- I just learned this morning that the

322.02.19.008 - Dear Sir:- Replying to your further inquiry

322.02.19.009 - Dear Sir and Brother:- Yours of recent date at

322.02.19.010 - Sentenced for Life on Van Buren Hotel European

Folder 322.02.20: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Stocking, Clark B., 1903Add to your cart.
Letters To and From Captain Jack
Folder 322.02.21: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Tanner, James, 1890 - 1892, 1906Add to your cart.
Letters To and From Captain Jack
Folder 322.02.22: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Twain, Mark (Clemens, Samuel)Add to your cart.
Photocopy
Box MS322.03Add to your cart.
Folder 322.03.01: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Walsh, Thomas F.Add to your cart.
Folder 322.03.02: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Wendell, A.C., 1895, 1898 - 1900, 1903 - 1909Add to your cart.
Letters To and From Captain Jack
Folder 322.03.03: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Wendell, A.C., 1898, 1900, 1903, 1905, 1915, 1917, 1919Add to your cart.
With Others
Folder 322.03.04: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Wilkinson, Richard, 1907 - 1908Add to your cart.
Folder 322.03.05: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - General, 1876, 1880, 1886, 1888, 1890, 1892, 1895 - 1896, 1898, 1900, 1904Add to your cart.
Letters To and From Captain Jack
Folder 322.03.06: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - General, 1876, 1884, 1886 - 1887, 1890 - 1891, 1895, 1899, 1903, 1906 - 1907, 1910Add to your cart.
Copies of Letters Sent by Captain Jack
Folder 322.03.07: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - General, 1884, 1888, 1892, 1895, 1898, 1905 - 1906, 1908, 1917 - 1918Add to your cart.
Folder 322.03.08: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - General, 1905 - 1909, 1912Add to your cart.
Letters To and From Captain Jack
Folder 322.03.09: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - Letter FragmentsAdd to your cart.
Folder 322.03.10: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - NotesAdd to your cart.
Folder 322.03.11: Correspondence - Personal (non-business) - PostcardsAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 2: Business CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Box MS322.04Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.01: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - General, 1881, 1889, 1891 - 1896, 1898, 1900, 1903 - 1904Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.02: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - General, 1894 - 1895, 1900, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1909-1910Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.03: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - General, 1905 - 1906Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.04: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - General, 1907Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.05: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - General, 1908 - 1909, 1913Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.06: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - General - SentAdd to your cart.
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Folder 322.04.07: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - Funk and Wagnall's, 1886Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.08: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - Heckglmann, O.F.Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.09: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - Madison, Marie, 1895, 1904 - 1906, 1908Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.10: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - McCormick, A.D., 1911Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.11: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - New York Herald, 1877Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.12: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - Omaha Daily Bee, 1893-08-15Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.13: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - Price, E.M., March 30, 1908Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.14: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - Schwenk, Samuel K., 1884, 1895, 1904 - 1905Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.15: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - Smith, J.E., 1885, 1891 - 1892Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.16: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - Spencer, Frederick W., 1895Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.17: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - Publicity - Young Ladies' Seminary, 1907-03-19Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.18: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - Publicity - Chataqua - Telegram, 1906-07-21Add to your cart.
Folder 322.04.19: Correspondence - Business - Performing and Literary - Publicity, 1910-07-05Add to your cart.
Box MS322.05Add to your cart.
Folder 322.05.01: Correspondence - Business - Department of Justice, 1892-05-13Add to your cart.
Captain Jack to Jim
Folder 322.05.02: Correspondence - Business - Department of Justice, 1889 - 1890-05Add to your cart.
Folder 322.05.03: Correspondence - Business - Department of Justice, 1890-07 - 1890-11Add to your cart.
Folder 322.05.04: Correspondence - Business - Department of Justice, 1891 - 1892Add to your cart.
Folder 322.05.05: Correspondence - Business - Mining - General, 1880, 1882 - 1883, 1890 - 1891, 1895 - 1896Add to your cart.
Folder 322.05.06: Correspondence - Business - Mining - General, 1891, 1893, 1898 - 1899, 1903, 1906, 1910-1911Add to your cart.
Folder 322.05.07: Correspondence - Business - Mining - General, 1895 - 1896Add to your cart.
Folder 322.05.08: Correspondence - Business - Mining - General, 1901 - 1902, 1905, 1907 - 1908, 1910Add to your cart.
Folder 322.05.09: Correspondence - Business - Mining - Klondike, Yukon & Copper River Mining CompanyAdd to your cart.
Folder 322.05.10: Correspondence - Business - Mining - Dougherty, H.M., 1900Add to your cart.
Folder 322.05.11: Correspondence - Business - Mining - Gilbert, Cassius M., 1902Add to your cart.
Folder 322.05.12: Correspondence - Business - Mining - Harrison, A.T., 1896 - 1898, 1901Add to your cart.
Box MS322.06Add to your cart.
Folder 322.06.01: Correspondence - Business - Mining - Harrison, A.T.Add to your cart.
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Folder 322.06.02: Correspondence - EnvelopesAdd to your cart.

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