Washington State Archives
General subject and correspondence files documenting official government issues, concerns and activities, including pardon, clemency and appointment documents. The files typically include incoming and outgoing correspondence, reports, and other material pertaining to particular issues -- Of particular interest are the files on land grant administration, the Panic of 1893 and the ensuing economic depression, and transportation and labor history
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence series including materials concerning irrigation, labor, immigration, Big Horn Basin Development Company, Boysen Dam, game and fish, county organization, oil and gas, public lands, railroads, the Shoshone and Wind River projects, the University of Wyoming, conferences, politics, women's suffrage, and various state institutions, and correspondence with Wyoming's congressional members; series covering appointments, pardons and paroles, and requistions and extraditions; military affairs series including correspondence concerning offers of service, the possibility of war with Mexico, World War I armistice efforts, and the activities of the Wyoming National Guard; and a legislative series
Washington State Archives
Very little material has survived in the Archives from Flanders's administration. The only records in the collection are the official files on appointments, extraditions, and pardons
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
State penitentiary administrative records (1900-1990) and penitentiary inmate records (1873-1989) including warden correspondence, administrative files, financial records, bertillon books, mugshots, pardons and paroles, alias and fingerprint cards, good time record, work release files, prisoner description reports, hearing records, and judgments and sentences
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, memoranda, legal briefs, and petitions, relating to individual and group efforts to secure a presidential pardon for Ben Fletcher, a black unionist and member of Industrial Workers of the World, arrested and convicted by the federal government for interfering with the war effort in 1917
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Correspondence, financial documents, and printed material -- Correspondence including two letters from E.W. Dumas to his son James P. Dumas and Mary A.E. Dumas, written from Alabama in 1853, and letters from Mary A.E. Dumas to her son and grandson discussing family history, in particular the role of James P. Dumas in surveying the town of Dallas, Tex. Also includes an account/memorandum book recording financial information, surveying records, and notes and a post-Civil War certificate of pardon, of James P. Dumas. Other persons and places represented include Scott S. Dumas, Florrie Wade, and Grayson County, Tex
Washington State Archives
General subject and correspondence files documenting official government issues, concerns and activities, including pardon, clemency and appointment documents. The files typically include incoming and outgoing correspondence, reports, and other material pertaining to particular issues -- Of particular interest are the files on law and order, railroad land grants, women's suffrage, and Native Americans in Washington
University of West Florida,-- Special Collections Dept
Correspondence and photographs relating primarily to Stephen R. Mallory (1812-1873) and family. Includes newspaper clippings about Mallory, photocopies of letters to his wife (1862-1865), and draft of a letter to Pres. Andrew Johnson seeking a pardon for Mallory. Other correspondents include F.H. Farrar and Horace Greeley
Ohio History Connection
Contains reports, correspondence, and records pertaining to pardons
Nevada State Library and Archives
Minutes of the Board of Pardons contain the agenda, reports, and hearings related to applications for the remittance of fines, commutation of penalty, or substitution of punishment as recorded in five (5) volumes