Correspondence of David Irving Mead concerning the statue of Alexander Hamilton, 1936

Mead, David Irving, b. 1875 d. 1951
Active in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Collection size: 1 v. (on 1 microfilm reel).

Collection Summary: A booklet "Correspondence of David Irving Mead concerning the statue of Alexander Hamilton which stood in front of the Hamilton Club on Remsen Street, Brooklyn, New York," containing correspondence, March 25 - October 13, l936, regarding Mead's efforts to transfer the sculpture of Alexander Hamilton by William Ordway Partridge from the Hamilton Club to the Hamilton Grange in Manhattan. A photograph of the sculpture, 1936, is also included.

Biographical/Historical Note: President of South Brooklyn Savings Bank, Brooklyn, N.Y. Member of the Hamilton Club, a private men's club in Broolyn, N.Y.

Donor unknown.

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