Letter from Eugene A. Vail to Asbury Dickens, February 18, 1822

ID: SIA RU007051 [SIA_007051_S02_B01_F01_D05]

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Form/Genre: Letters (correspondence)

Date: 1822

Citation: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 7051, Columbian Institute Records, Image No. SIA_007051_S02_B01_F01_D05

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Summary

Letter from Eugene A. Vail to Asbury Dickens, Secretary of the Columbian Institute, desiring to be proposed as a resident member of the Columbian Institute. Dated 18 February, 1822. Presented [and read] 6 April 1822 and read.

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Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 7051, Columbian Institute Records, Image No. SIA_007051_S02_B01_F01_D05

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  • 1822
  • February 18, 1822

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Letters (correspondence)

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SIA RU007051 [SIA_007051_S02_B01_F01_D05]

Washington 18 Feby 1822 Dr Sir Feeling desirous to contribute, as far at least, as my pecuniary mite can do it, to the success of the Columbian Institute, I will thank you to propose me as a member - and, in order to comply with the 9th article of the by-laws, should there be no opposition to the election, to rank me in the 5th class, the fine arts, to which my attention has early been turned. With esteem your obedt. Serv. Eugene A Vail
From Eugene A. Vail, desiring to be proposed as a resident member of the Columbian Institute, dated, 18[[superscript]]th[[/superscript]]. Feb[[superscript]]y[[/superscript]]. 1822. [[double line]] Presented and read, 6[[superscript]]th[[/superscript]]. April, 1822. [[double line]] [[to left, text rotated 90 degrees and with line above and below]] presented 6 April 1822 and Read. [[text rotated 180 degrees]] Asbury Dickins Esq[[superscript]]re[[/superscript]]. Secy. Columbian Institute. [[/text rotated 180 degrees]] [[line above beginning of text]] presented 6 April 1822 & read. [[line below end of text]]