Albion K. Parris Free Frank As 2nd Comptroller Of The Treasury
Albion K. Parris (1788 – 1857). U.S. Senator and Governor From Maine. Second comptroller of the treasury. Free Franked Address Leaf as Second Comptroller. “Free, A. K. Parris, 2nd. Comptroller”. Addressed to P. R. Fendall, Esqr., U.S. Dist. Atty., Washington. A contemporaneous note indicates the letter was dated May 29, 1843.
Columbus Delano Free Frank As Commissioner Of Internal Revenue
Columbus Delano (1809 – 1896). U.S. Congressman From Ohio, Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Secretary of the Interior. Free Franked Imprinted Envelope of the Treasury Department, Office of Internal Revenue. “C. Delano”. Addressed to Prof. B. s. Hedrick, Patent Office, Washington, D.C.
Pennsylvania Congressman and James Buchanan Law Partner Michael W. Ash Free Frank
Michael W. Ash (1789 – 1858). U.S. Congressman From Pennsylvania. Early law partner of future President James Buchanan. Free Franked Address Leaf. “M. W. Ash”. Addressed to Mahlon Dickerson, Secretary of the Navy.
RANDALL L. GIBSON (1832-1892) U.S. Senator and Representative from Louisiana. Gibson also served as a brigadier general in the Confederate States Army, a regent of the Smithsonian Institution and as president of the board of administrators of Tulane University. United States Senate envelope Free Franked, "R.L. Gibson." Very Fine.
Rhode Island Congressman Thomas A. Jenckes Free Frank
Thomas A. Jenckes (1818 – 1875). U.S. Congressman From Rhode Island. He introduced the bill that created the U.S. Justice Department and was an avid supporter of civil service reform. Free Franked Envelope. “T. A. Jenckes, M.C.” Addressed to Messrs. Ould & Carrington, No. 1113.