History Colorado
Kansas City corporation; owned Blue Glass and Lone star properties in Gilpin county, Colorado
University of Virginia
Heath's papers are divided into four major sections. The first, 1947-1949, contains material about his service as associate chief trial prosecutor and assistant to General Telford Taylor, U.S. Chief of Counsel for War Crimes, Office of Military Government during the International military tribunals at Nuremberg, 1946-1949
New-York Historical Society
Letters, naval appointments, resolutions, and assorted documents, 1758-1856, collected by Eugene H. Pool and pertaining to the life, death, and naval career of Captain James Lawrence -- Included are collected materials relating to his naval service during the Tripolitan War and War of 1812, his capture of the British brig Peacock while in command of the U.S. sloop Hornet, and his death during an engagement with the H.M. Shannon while in command of the U.S. frigate Chesapeake. Correspondence includes a few letters to and from Lawrence, including 4 letters to his wife, Julia Lawrence, dated 1810-1811; as well as correspondence of his fellow naval officers, including Captain Stephen Decatur and Commodore William Bainbridge, concerning naval operations during the Tripolitan War and the War of 1812, enforcement of trade embargos, the ship Chesapeake, prize money, and the challenge of Admiral Charles Napier to Captain Charles Gordon. Other correspondents include James L. Cathcart, Benjamin ... Read More
New-York Historical Society
Letters, naval appointments, resolutions, and assorted documents, 1758-1856, collected by Eugene H. Pool and pertaining to the life, death, and naval career of Captain James Lawrence -- Included are collected materials relating to his naval service during the Tripolitan War and War of 1812, his capture of the British brig Peacock while in command of the U.S. sloop Hornet, and his death during an engagement with the H.M. Shannon while in command of the U.S. frigate Chesapeake. Correspondence includes a few letters to and from Lawrence, including 4 letters to his wife, Julia Lawrence, dated 1810-1811; as well as correspondence of his fellow naval officers, including Captain Stephen Decatur and Commodore William Bainbridge, concerning naval operations during the Tripolitan War and the War of 1812, enforcement of trade embargos, the ship Chesapeake, prize money, and the challenge of Admiral Charles Napier to Captain Charles Gordon. Other correspondents include James L. Cathcart, Benjamin ... Read More