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.
Thomas H. Cushing Free Frank As Adjutant General of the U.S. Army
Thomas H. Cushing. (1755 – 1822). Adjutant General of the U.S. Army. Original member of the Society of Cincinnati. Free Franked Address Leaf. “Adj. Genl’s Office. T. H. Cushing”. Addressed to Major David Campbell, 12th Regiment, Infantry.” Some tears at the lower center portion, not affecting Cushing’s signature.
John Roane (1766 – 1838) U.S. Congressman From Virginia. Free Franked Address Leaf.
The left top portion of the panel is cut away. “Free, J. Roane”. Addressed to Mr. John B. Clopton, Fraysers Tavern, New Kent County, Virginia.”