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Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 19 July 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Mentions President Tyler's opposition to removals from office. Sends a cryptograph of Mr. P. Ewing. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 14 October 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Wants to submit a review of two speeches of President Tyler to Graham's Magazine. Suggests that Poe write a poetic drama in the vein of "Menfred" or "The Mask of Comus." News of [Jesse E.] Dow. Thinks Judge [Ab... More

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 30 August 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Describes the writer's efforts with the President [Tyler] and his sons to get Poe a government position. Sends a cryptograph. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 21 May 1842

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Describes his efforts to obtain Robert Tyler's aid in finding a government position for Poe. Is hopeful of success. Has met Dickens briefly. Thinks Poe's review of Barnaby Rudge exhibits "great sagacity." Court... More

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 27 March 1843

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Laughs at [Jesse E.] Dow's letter to [J. C.] Clarke, [14 March 1843?]. Describes John Tyler's interest in Poe. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 27 March 1843

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Laughs at [Jesse E.] Dow's letter to [J. C.] Clarke, [14 March 1843?]. Describes John Tyler's interest in Poe. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 27 March 1843

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Laughs at [Jesse E.] Dow's letter to [J. C.] Clarke, [14 March 1843?]. Describes John Tyler's interest in Poe. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 27 March 1843

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Laughs at [Jesse E.] Dow's letter to [J. C.] Clarke, [14 March 1843?]. Describes John Tyler's interest in Poe. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 14 October 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Wants to submit a review of two speeches of President Tyler to Graham's Magazine. Suggests that Poe write a poetic drama in the vein of "Menfred" or "The Mask of Comus." News of [Jesse E.] Dow. Thinks Judge [Ab... More

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 19 July 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Mentions President Tyler's opposition to removals from office. Sends a cryptograph of Mr. P. Ewing. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 30 August 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Describes the writer's efforts with the President [Tyler] and his sons to get Poe a government position. Sends a cryptograph. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 21 May 1842

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Describes his efforts to obtain Robert Tyler's aid in finding a government position for Poe. Is hopeful of success. Has met Dickens briefly. Thinks Poe's review of Barnaby Rudge exhibits "great sagacity." Court... More

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 14 October 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Wants to submit a review of two speeches of President Tyler to Graham's Magazine. Suggests that Poe write a poetic drama in the vein of "Menfred" or "The Mask of Comus." News of [Jesse E.] Dow. Thinks Judge [Ab... More

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 30 August 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Describes the writer's efforts with the President [Tyler] and his sons to get Poe a government position. Sends a cryptograph. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 21 May 1842

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Describes his efforts to obtain Robert Tyler's aid in finding a government position for Poe. Is hopeful of success. Has met Dickens briefly. Thinks Poe's review of Barnaby Rudge exhibits "great sagacity." Court... More

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 30 August 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Describes the writer's efforts with the President [Tyler] and his sons to get Poe a government position. Sends a cryptograph. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 14 October 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Wants to submit a review of two speeches of President Tyler to Graham's Magazine. Suggests that Poe write a poetic drama in the vein of "Menfred" or "The Mask of Comus." News of [Jesse E.] Dow. Thinks Judge [Ab... More

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 21 May 1842

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Describes his efforts to obtain Robert Tyler's aid in finding a government position for Poe. Is hopeful of success. Has met Dickens briefly. Thinks Poe's review of Barnaby Rudge exhibits "great sagacity." Court... More

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 30 August 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Describes the writer's efforts with the President [Tyler] and his sons to get Poe a government position. Sends a cryptograph. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 30 August 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Describes the writer's efforts with the President [Tyler] and his sons to get Poe a government position. Sends a cryptograph. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

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