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Peter MacQueen Papers, 1871-1922

By Rare Books and Manuscripts Department staff, March 2013

Collection Overview

Title: Peter MacQueen Papers, 1871-1922

Predominant Dates: 1898-1917

Extent: 184.0 Items

Arrangement:

Arranged into 5 sections:

Letters and mss. by Peter MacQueen (Items 1-5)

Letters and mss. to and about Peter MacQueen (Items 6-159)

Printed Material (Items160-161)

Photograph (Items 162)

Miscellaneous (Items 163-183)

Date Acquired: 06/15/1967

Languages: English [eng]

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection contains correspondence and other material relating to the journalistic career of Peter MacQueen.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions:

Items in this collection may be subject to copyright restrictions. The Boston Public Library does not hold copyright on the material in this collection. Researchers are responsible for identifying and contacting the persons or organizations that hold copyright.

When reproducing material from this collection please include the credit line "Courtesy of the Trustees of the Boston Public Library/Rare Books."

Acquisition Source: Goodspeed's Book Shop

Acquisition Method: Purchase

Preferred Citation: Peter MacQueen Papers, 1871-1922. Ms. Eng. 561. Rare Books and Manuscripts Department, Boston Public Library.


Box and Folder Listing

Folder 1Add to your cart.
Item 1: MacQueen, Peter, 1865-1924. A.Ms: Notes to Benedictine missions in Africa; [Dar-es-Salaam?], 190-Add to your cart.
Item 2: MacQueen, Peter, 1865-1924. A.L.S. to unidentified; St. Petersberg, Russia, 21 May 1901Add to your cart.
On politics, social customs and natrual resources of Finland.  2 s. (6 p.)
Item 3: MacQueen, Peter, 1865-1924. A.L.S. to Peter [Dutkewich?]; Charlestown, Mass., 1908Add to your cart.
Regarding photographs of Kilimanjaro and Uganda.  1 s. (3 p.)
Item 4: MacQueen, Peter, 1865-1924. A.L.S. to Chef du Service des Réclamation, Compagnie des Messageries Maritimes; Marseille, Charlestown, Mass., 27 November 1908Add to your cart.
Regarding lost baggage.  1 s. (2 p.)
Item 5: MacQueen, Peter, 1865-1924. A.N. to A.P.; [Charlestown, Mass.?], 4 August 1914Add to your cart.
"Germany has declared war against England." 1 s. (2 p.)
Folder 2Add to your cart.
Item 6: Abbey Hotel, Melrose, Scotland. Printed D. filled out in ms to Peter MacQueen; Melrose, 8 June 1910Add to your cart.
Bill for room and board.
Item 7: Abruzzi, Luigi Amedo, duca di, 1873-1933. Typed L.S. (F. Negrotto Cambrasi, aid) to Peter MacQueen; Boston,, 21 June 1907Add to your cart.
Regarding published account of Duke Abruzzi's trip to Central Africa.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 8: Ahlbory, Dr. Ms. N. to Peter Macqueen; German East Africa, 190-Add to your cart.
Reporting recovery of friend from an accident.  1 s. (2 p.)
Item 9: Sister Alma. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen;  Mafeking, 25 December 1900Add to your cart.
Requesting pictures of Africa trip and reporting on Boers.  1 s. (4 p.) With envelope.
Item 10: Amen, Harlan Page, 1853-1913. Typed L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Exeter, N.H., 16 January 1909Add to your cart.
Inviting him to speak at Phillips Exeter Academy.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 11: Anderson, Thomas  M. Typed L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Chicago,, 11 December 1899Add to your cart.
Thanking him for book on Spanish and Philipino wars and suggesting corrections if book is to go into another edition.  1 s. (2 p.)
Item 12: Arnold -----. Telegram to Peter MacQueen; Zanzibar, July 1908Add to your cart.
"Congratulations, wish you quick recovery."  1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 3Add to your cart.
Item 13: Asch van Wyck, T.A. Ivan.  A.L.S. to Peter MacQueenAdd to your cart.
Item 14: Baker, H. Hyde. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Taneta, East Africa Protectorate, 23 July 1908Add to your cart.
Stating concern over friend's accident. 1 s. (1 p.) With envelope.
Item 15: Barrett, John, 1866-1938. Typed N. to Peter MacQueen; Washington, D.C., 9 April 1914Add to your cart.
Thanking him for copy of National magazine with his article about Chile.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 16: Barrett, John, 1866-1938. Typed L.S. to Rev. Charles Wood; Washington, D.C., 15 April 1913Add to your cart.
Regarding Peter MacQueen's trip to South American and Pan Americanism. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 17: Boston. Museum of Fine Arts. Printed D. filled out in ms. S. (William Endicott, Charles G. Loring) to Peter MacQueen; Boston, 18 January 1900Add to your cart.
Acknowledging gift of Philippine basket weaving.  1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 18: Boston Athletic Association. Ms.L.S. (J.O. Shaw) to Peter MacQueen; boston, 24 September 1896Add to your cart.
Thanks him for conveying appreciation of King of Greece.  1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 19: Boston Globe. Typed L.S. (Charles I. Taylor Jr.) to Peter MacQueen; Boston, 12 February 1900Add to your cart.
Certifies MacQueen as a correspondent.  1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 20: Bosotn Globe. Typed L.S. (William O. Taylor) to Nicaragua Canal Co., 19 July 1902Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen.  1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 21: British Ease Africa. Surveyor. A.N.; British East Africa?, 190-Add to your cart.
"Area 240.00 sq miles: with identifying notation by Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 22: British Traidng Co. (Uganda) Ltd. Ms. N.S.; Kampala, 15 August 1908Add to your cart.
Providing rickshaw and runners for Peter MacQueen.  1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 23: British Trading Co. (Uganda) Ltd. Printed D. filled out in ms.; Kampala, 15 August 1908Add to your cart.
Receipt to Peter MacQueen: 25 rupees for rickshaw.  1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 24: Bulacan, Philippone Islands. 3 printed DD. filled out in msl Bulacan, 6 August 1887, 24 July 1888Add to your cart.
Customs receipts.  2 s. (5 p.)
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Item 25: Burns Memorial Association of Boston. Typed L.S. (William K. Campbell) to Peter MacQueen; Cambridgeport, Mass., 16 December 1901Add to your cart.
Notifying Peter MacQueen of honorary vicepresidency.  1.s. (1 p.)
Item 26: Candenhors, Hans. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Smani, 12 May 1909Add to your cart.
Describing Smani and rejecting suggestion to write for press.  1 s. (2 p.)
Item 27: Chapple, Joseph Mitchell, 1867-. Typed L.S. to W.A. Turk; Boston, 5 July 1898Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen as correspondent of the National magazine.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 28: Chappel, Joseph Mitchell, 1876-. Typed L.S.; Boston, 5 July 1898Add to your cart.
Certifying Peter MacQueen as war correspondent for the National magazine.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 29: Charlestown, Mass. Day St. Church. Ms.L.S. (Detwyler); Charlestown, Mass, February 1900Add to your cart.
Resolution to accept resignation of Peter MacQueen.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 30: Charlestown, Mass. Day Street Church. Typed L. (copy) S. (A. J. Whittimore); Charlestown, Mass, 23 February 1900Add to your cart.
Resolution to accept resignation of Peter MacQueen.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 31: Charlestown, Mass. First Parish Congregational Church. Ms. N.S. (Gardner Bates) to Peter MacQueen; Charlestown, Mass., 15 June 1906Add to your cart.
Renewing his post as pastor.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 32: Choate, Jospeh Hodges, 1832-1917. A.S. S. to Peter MacQueen, 24 July 1905Add to your cart.
Thanking him for history of John Harvard's church.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 33: Collins ------. A.N.S. to Peter MacQueen; Excalta, 1898Add to your cart.
Instructions to cover Gen. Lawton's movements for press.  2 s. (4 p.)
Item 34: Compagine des Messageries Maritimes, Aden. Direction de l'Exploitation. Agent du Service des Réclamations. A.L.S. (carbon copy) to Monsieur le Directour de l'Exploitation, Compagnie des Messageries Maritimes, Marseille; Aden, 8 September 1908Add to your cart.
Regarding discovery of lost baggage. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 35: Compagine des Messageries Maritimes, Marseille. Direction de l'exploitation. Chef du Service des Réclamations. A.L.S. to Peter MacQuee; Marseille, 26 September 1908Add to your cart.
On discovery of lost baggage.  1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 5Add to your cart.
Item 36: Dacson, Romna. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Washington, D.C., 31 May 1903Add to your cart.
Reporting academic progress and congratulating him on article on Filipinos.  4 s. (4 p.)
Item 37: Daniels, Josephus, 1862-. Typed L. (copy) to Joe Mitchell Chapple; Washington, D.C., 25 May 1914Add to your cart.
Regarding Navy transportation for Peter MacQueen to Vera Cruz.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 38: Daudey, J W. A.N.S.; Haarlem, 190-Add to your cart.
Regarding Peter MacQueen's trip from New York to Rotterdam. 1 s. (2 p.) On calling card.
Item 39: Dutkewich, Peter. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Lake Nyanza, 10 December 1908Add to your cart.
On shooting of hippopotamus and disagreement over contract made in London.  1 s. (2 p.)
Item 40: Dutkewich, Peter. A.N.S.; Kilimanjaro, 22 July 1908Add to your cart.
Receipt to Peter MacQueen for his share of hotel bill.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 41: East Africa Protectorate. Printed D. filled out in ms. to Peter MacQueen; Mombasa, 2 June 1908Add to your cart.
Bird license.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 42: Edgell, Harry. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Nairobi, 2 October 1908Add to your cart.
Thanking him for photographs and reporting on career as professional hunter.  2 s. (3 p.)
Folder 6Add to your cart.
Item 43: Emery, Samuel. Typed L.S. to Peter MacQueen; New York, 22 December 1909Add to your cart.
Sending excavated skeleton.  1 s. (2 p.)
Item 44: Emery, Samuel. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; New York, 22 December 1909Add to your cart.
On tardy shipment of skeleton.  1 s . (2 p.)
Item 45: Equatorial Hotel, Entebbe, Uganda. Ms.D.; Entabbe, 11 August 1908Add to your cart.
Receipt for hotel bill.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 46: Davidson, Randall Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1848-1930. Typed L.S. (Randall Cantuar) to Peter MacQueen; London, 26 June 1905Add to your cart.
Thanking him for the brief history of John Harvard's church.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 47: The Fatherland. Typed N.S. to Peter MacQueen; New York, 28 February 1916Add to your cart.
Stating story inqired about is without foundation.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 48: Ferguson, Robert S. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Manila, 18 October 1899Add to your cart.
Requesting photograph of cemetary in Manila.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 49: Fitzgerald, John Francis, 1863-. Typed L.s. (Arthur W. Dolan, secretary) to Peter MacQueen; Boston, 26 February 1907Add to your cart.
Regarding visit of schoolboys to mayor.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 50: Fitzgerald, John Francis, 1863-. Typed L.S. (stamp) to Peter MacQueen; Dorchester, Mass., 20 Juanuary 1910Add to your cart.
Regarding transportation.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 51: Forbes, John.  A.L.S. to H. Streicher; Québec, 15 October 1907Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen.  1 s. (2 p.) On calling card.
Item 52: Forbes, John. A.N.S. to Peres Blances en Afrique; Québec, 15 October 1907Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen.  1 s . (1 p.)
Folder 7Add to your cart.
Item 53: Gassman, R. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Moschi, 24 July 1908Add to your cart.
On preparation of food for journey.  1 s. (3 p.)
Item 54: Great Britain Hord High Commissioner. Printed card filled out in ms. to Dean of Thistle & Chafus Royal, Sir James Cameron Lees; London, May 1910Add to your cart.
Invitation to dinner.  1 s. (2 p.)
Item 55: Great Britain War Office. Ms.L.S. (F.B. Buist, D.A. Quil) to Peter Mac Queen; London, 12 January 1900Add to your cart.
Regarding accreditation as newspaper correspondent and thanking him for book on Philippines.  1 s. (3 p.)
Item 56: Hale, Irving. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; San Fernando, Calif., 28 June 1899Add to your cart.
Correcting his account of battle at Columpit River, Philippines.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 57: Harvard University. Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology. Printed D. filled out in ms. S. (J.W. Putnam) to Peter MacQueen; Cambridge, Mass., 17 May 1909Add to your cart.
Acknowledging gift of items from Uganda. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 58: Haupf, Elbridge. A.D.S. Promissory note to W. Lowell & Co ; Halifax, N.S., 21 September 1871Add to your cart.
1 s. (2 p.)
Item 59: Herrera, Alberto Larco. A.O.S. to Peter MacQueen; Trujillo, Peru, 6 August 1913Add to your cart.
Thanking him for his book on Arfica.  1 s. (2 p.)
Item 60: Hillis, Newell Dwight. Typed L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Brooklyn, 19 June 1909Add to your cart.
Inviting him to lecture at Plymouth Chruch, Brooklyn.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 61: Hollis, William Stanley, 1866-1930. A.L.S. to Charles E. Rowel U.S. Consulate, Lorenzo Marquez, 30 July 1900Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 62: Hovey, Charles Emerson. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Jolo, Philippines, 16 July 1911Add to your cart.
Requesting recommendation for fellowship in Royal Geographical Society.  1 s. (3 p.) Attached is newspaper notice of his death several days later.
Item 63: Hunter, James. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueenl Glasgow, 26 April 1900Add to your cart.
Regarding trip to United States and anticipating visit.  1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 8Add to your cart.
Item 64: Hutchinson, J.W. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Boston, 23 July 1895Add to your cart.
Requesting help on book.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 65: Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931. Typed L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Palto Alto, Calif., 28 November 1899Add to your cart.
Regarding politics in cuba and Puerto Rico and thanking him for offer of book.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 66: Kitaruni Hotel, Zanzibar. Printed D. filled out in ms. to Peter MacQueen; Zanzibar, 17 May 1908Add to your cart.
Receipt for 15 day bill.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 67: Knowles & Brother, Photographers. Ms.D.S. to Peter MacQueen; Nairobi, 4 July 1908Add to your cart.
Receipt for photographic work.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 68: Larsson, Ch. A.N.S.; Paris, 11 September 1914Add to your cart.
Certifying Peter MacQueen's residence in Hotel St. Petersbourg.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 69: Lelived, A.J. A.D.S. (copy); Moschi?, 4 May 1900Add to your cart.
Regarding hospitalization of an English officer.  2 s. (2 p.) In Dutch.
Item 70: Leslie's Weekley. 5 printed cards filled out in m.s. S. (Robt. D. Towne, John A. Sleicher); New York, 1901, 1904, 1907, 1914-1917Add to your cart.
Certifying Peter MacQueen as authorized representative. 5 s. (7 p.)
Item 71: Llewellyn, William H.H. Typed L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Las Cruces, N.M., 12 October 1898Add to your cart.
On dispersion of New Mexico regiments from Santiago de Cuba.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 72: Llewellyn, William H.H. Typed L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Las Cruces, N.M., 7 December 1898Add to your cart.
Regarding politics in New Mexico and proposed histories of regiments in Spanish American War.  3  s. (4 p.)
Item 73: Llewellyn, William H.H. Typed L.S. to Major General Lawton; Washington, D.C., 14 January 1899Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen.  2 s. (2 p.)
Item 74: Llewellyn, William H.H. Typed L.S. to U.S. Officer commanding in Manila; Washington, D.C., 14 January 1899Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen as officer of Rough Riders.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 75: McCosh, James, 1811-1894. Typed L. (copy); Princeton, N.J., 189-Add to your cart.
Recommending Peter MacQueen as teacher.  1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 9Add to your cart.
Item 76: McCready, Guy A. Typed L. to Peter MacQueen; East Boothbay, 3 October 1922Add to your cart.
Regarding Roosevelt's remarks about him and welcoming him to East Boothbay, Maine. 1 s. (2 p.)
Item 77: McKinley, William, 1843-1901. Typed L.S. (J.A. Porter, secretary) to Peter MacQueen; Washington, D.C., 29 November 1899Add to your cart.
Thanking him for book.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 78: McMurtie, John. A.D.S.; Edinburgh, 6 December 1907Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen and listing African missions of Church of Scotland. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 79: Mai, Hung-chun. Ms. N.; Boston?, 190-Add to your cart.
Listing of several names and places in China. 1 s. (2 p.) On calling card.
Item 80: Martin, Lyn? A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; San Fernando, Philippines, 13 July 1899Add to your cart.
Enclosing notes on military operations in Philippines.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 81: Massachusetts. Adjutant General's Office. Ms. L.S. (Wm. C. Capelle); Boston, 8 May 1908Add to your cart.
Regarding extension for leave of absence.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 82: Massachusetts. Adjutant General's Office. Ms.L.S. Typed D. (extract) S. (Wm. c. Capelle); Boston, 15 April 1908Add to your cart.
Granting extension of leave of absence to Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 83: Masse, Loius. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Meaux, 21 August 1915Add to your cart.
Recalling war experiences, discussing mutual firends.  1 s. (4 p.)
Item 84: Meiklejohn, George De Rue, 1859-1929. A.L.S. to Officers Commanding U.S. Forces at Manila; Washington, D.C., 4 January 1899Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 85: Meiklejohn, George De Rue, 1857-1929. Typed L. (copy) to Officers Commanding U.S. Forces at Manila; Washington, D.C., 1899Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 10Add to your cart.
Item 86: Metropolitan. Typed L.S. (W.E. Dame) to Peter MacQueen?;New York?, 1897?Add to your cart.
Thanking him for volunteering for Army and stating information on Roosevelt's proposed division.  2 s. (3 p.) With printed application form.
Item 87: Murphy, P. B. Typed postcard S. to John E. Cracknell; Saxonville, Mass., 2 June 1904Add to your cart.
Inviting Peter MacQueen to tea and lecture by Richard Pierson Hobson. 1 s. (2 p.)
Item 88: National Magazine. Typed L. to Peter MacQueen; Boston, 27 May 1914Add to your cart.
Enclosing copy of letter from Secretary of Navy.  1 s. (2 p.)
Item 89: Nederlandsche Roode Kruis. Ms.L.S. (J.F. Sierens de Hea); Pretoria, 11 June 1900Add to your cart.
Regarding hospital service.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 90: New England Anti-Imperialist League. Typed L.S. (Irving Winslow, secretary) to Peter MacQueen; Boston, 13 February 1900Add to your cart.
Asking if statement attributed to General Lawson about diplomacy and war is true.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 91: New York (City) Superior Court. Printed D. filled out in ms. to Peter MacQueen; New York, 1892Add to your cart.
Citizenship certificate.  1 s. (2 p.)
Item 92: New York (City) Superior Court. Printed D. (duplicate) filled out in ms. to Peter MacQueen; New York, 20 July 1903Add to your cart.
Citizenship certificate.  1 s. (2 p.)
Item 93: Nillier, Rocco de. A.L.S. to Kommandant at Ulumburg; Kroonstad, 5 May 1900Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen as correspondent for Boston Globe.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 94: Oakes, William N. Typed L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Boston, 11 November 1909Add to your cart.
Thanking him for book on Africa.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 95: O'Meara, Henry, Typed and A. Ms.S: "How did our heros die?" poem with A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Charlestown, Mass., 1898Add to your cart.
Asking for suggestions.  1 s. (2 p.)
Folder 11Add to your cart.
Item 96: Palazzo, Luigi. Typed L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Rome, 17 December 1908Add to your cart.
Regarding photographs of Africa.  1 s. (2 p.) In German.
Item 97: Palazzo, Luigi, Typed L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Rome, 29 March 1909Add to your cart.
Regarding photographs of Africa.  1 s. (2 p.)
Item 98: Paris. Musée de Cluny. Café-restaurant. Ms. bill; Paris, 190-Add to your cart.
1 s. (1 p.)
Item 99: Phalloff. A.N.S.; Transvaal?, 190-Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1 p.)  Ms. note by MacQueen identifies writer as grandson of von Paul Kruger, President of Transvaal.
Item 100: Philim, n, Timoleon J. Printed callling card; Athens, 190-Add to your cart.
1 s. (1 p.) With ms. note by MacQueen identifying man as Secretary General of Olympic Games and Mayor of Athens.
Item 101: Phillips, Franklin. F. A.L.S. to Officers of U.S. Government in Philippines; Boston, 30 December 1898Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 102: Plateraer. Ms.N.S. to Peter MacQueen; Mobasa, 15 April 1908Add to your cart.
Recording purchase of rifle.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 103: Reformed Church in America. Classis of Weschester, New Vernon, New York. Ms.D.S. (Charles K. Clearwater) to Peter MacQueen; Mount Vernon, N.Y., 3 April 1893Add to your cart.
Terminating his membership.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 104: Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, Pres. U.S. 1882-1945. Typed L.(copy)  to Joe Mitchel Chapple;  Washington, D.C., 27 May 1914Add to your cart.
Regarding passage of Peter MacQueen to Mexico.  1 s . (1 p.)
Item 105: Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S. 1858-1919. Typed L.S. (George Catelyon, secretary) to Peter McQueen; Oyster Bay, 12 July 1902Add to your cart.
Making appointment.  1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 12Add to your cart.
Item 106: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919. Typed L.S. (George M. Catelyon, secretary) to Peter MacQueen; Washington, D.C., 10 October 1902Add to your cart.
Making appointment.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 107: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1859-1919. Typed L.S. (B.F. Barnes, secretary) to Peter MacQueen; Oyster Bay, 17 July 1903Add to your cart.
Making appointment.  1 s. (1 p.) With two newspaper clippings on resulting interview.
Item 108: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1859-1919. Typed L.S. (B.F. Barnes, secretary) to John A. Sleicher; Oyster Bay, 25 July 1903Add to your cart.
Regarding letter of introduction for Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 109: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1859-1919. Ms.N. to Peter MacQueen; Washington, D.C., 22 December 1908Add to your cart.
Thanking him for holiday greetings.  On calling card.
Item 110: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1859-1919. Typed L.S. (William Loeb) to Peter MacQueen; Washington, D.C., 31 December 1908Add to your cart.
Making appointment.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 111: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1859-1919. Typed L.S. (William Loeb) to Peter MacQueen; Washington, D.C., 23 January 1909Add to your cart.
Thanking him for letter with enclosures.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 112: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1859-1919. Typed L.S. (Frank Harper, secretary) to Peter MacQueen; New York, 27 July 1910Add to your cart.
Thanking him for clipping amd making appointment.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 113: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1859-1919. Typed envelope to Peter MacQueen; New York?, 6 August 1910Add to your cart.
Annotated in MacQueen's hand "Roosevelt letter". 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 114: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1859-1919. Typed N. (copy) to Peter MacQueen; New York, 15 April 1913Add to your cart.
Wishing him good luck.  1 s. (1 p.)
Item 115: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1859-1919. Typed L.(copy) to John Barrett; New York, 15 April 1913Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter macQueen.  1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 13Add to your cart.
Item 116: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1859-1919. Typed L. (copy) to Clarence Edwards; New York, 191-Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 117: Royal Geographical Society, London, 1907Add to your cart.
Printed card filled out in ms: Fellow's ticket, session 1907-1908. 1 s. (2 p.)
Item 118: Royal Geographical Soicety, London, 22 December 1908Add to your cart.
Typed envelope to Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 119: Royal Geographical Society, London. Typed L.S. (J.J. Keltic) to Peter MacQueen; London, 13 July 1909Add to your cart.
Regarding flag incident and thanking MacQueen for photographs of Kilimanjaro. With envelope.
Item 120: Royal Society of Arts, London. Typed L.S. (H.J. Wood) to Peter MacQueen; London, 16 November 1909Add to your cart.
Regarding election as member. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 121: Royal Society of Arts, London. Printed D. filled out in ms. to Peter MacQueen; London, 11 April 1910Add to your cart.
Recript for contribution. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 122: Saint Joseph's Foreign Misssionary Society. Typed L.S. (F. Henry); London, 27 July 1907Add to your cart.
Indtoducing Peter MacQueen and listing Society's African missions. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 124: West Sommerville Congregational Church. Ms.D.S. (A.J. Whittemore, clerk); Somerville, Mass., March 1900Add to your cart.
Accepting resignation of Peter MacQueen as pastor. 1 s. (2 p.)
Item 123: Societé Littéraure le Parnasse. Ms.D. to Peter MacQueen; Paris, 1901Add to your cart.
Stating purpose of society and listing of speakers ofr year. 1 s. (3 p.)
Folder 14Add to your cart.
Item 126: Swing, David, 1830-1849. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Chicago, 3 June 1899Add to your cart.
Regarding sermons. 1 s. (3 p.)
Item 127: Swing, David. 1830-1894. A.L..S. to Peter MacQueen; Chicago., 17 March 1890.Add to your cart.
regarding proper teaching in Presbyteran Church. ( 1 s. (3 p.)
Item 128: Swing, David 1830-1894. A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Chicago, 29 December 1891Add to your cart.
Recalling lecture on beauth and history of architecture. 1 s. (2 p.)
Item 129: Taylor, John W. Typed L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Washington, 24 February 1900Add to your cart.
Recalling mutual friends 2 s. (2 p.)
Item 130: The Times, London. Typed L.S. (Irving Allison); London, 16 December 1914Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen as correspondent of National Magazine and Leslie's Weekley. 1 s. 1 p.
Item 131: Tyrell, Henry. A.L.S. to H.L. Broadbridge; New York, 22 Ictiber 1898Add to your cart.
Praising Peter MacQueen's knowledge of Cuba and Porto (sic) Rico. 1 s (1 p.)
Item 132: Uganda Government Railway. Ms.D.; Uganda, 5 August 1900Add to your cart.
Receipt for railway charge. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 133: Uganda Government Railway. Ms. D; Voi, 3 August 1900Add to your cart.
Receipt for baggage shipment. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 134: United Free Church of Scotland. Foreign Mission Offices. Ms.L.S. (George Smith); Edinburgh, 3 December 1901Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen to Livingstonia Missionaries. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 135: U.S. Army 5th Infantry (Volunteer). Printed D.S. (William N. Oakes) filled out in ms. to Peter MacQueen; Boston, 1 January 1906Add to your cart.
Regarding appointment as chaplain. 1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 15Add to your cart.
Item 136: U.S. Army. Pacific Division. Typed L.S. to Transportation Quatermaster; Ayuntamiento, Manila, 27 March 1899Add to your cart.
Stating that Peter MacQueen be allowed to travel by rail. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 137: U.S. Customs Bureau. Ms.D.S.; New York, 2 June 1901Add to your cart.
Duty Receipt. 1 s . (1 p.)
Item 138: U.S. State Department. Printed D. filled out in ms. to Peter MacQueen, Washington, D.C., 10 June 1896Add to your cart.
Passport. 1 s. (2 p.)
Item 139: U.S. State Department. Printed D. filled out in ms. to Peter Macqueen; Washington, D.C., 21 July 1903Add to your cart.
Passport. 1 s. (2 p.)
Item 140: U.S. State Department. Printed envelope completed in ms. to diplomatic and consular officers of U.S.; Washington, D.C., 190-Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 141: U.S. State Department. Typed L.S. (Francis B. Loomis to diplomatic and consular officers of U.S.; Washington, D.C., 27 July 1903Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1. p.)
Item 142: U.S. Embassy. Greece. Ms. N.S. (E. Aligand) to Peter MacQueen; Athens, 26 July 1896Add to your cart.
Giving instructions for audience with King. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 143: U.S. Embassy. Greece. Ms.N.S. (E. A[ligand]); Athens, July 1896Add to your cart.
Stating possibility of audience with King. On calling card. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 144: U.S. Isthmian Canal Commission, 1905-1914. Typed envelope to Peter MacQueen; Washington, D.C., 13 October 1905Add to your cart.
Item 145: U.S. Navy Department. Office Secretary, Washington. Ms. envelope to U.S. Naval Officers; Washington, D.C., 190-Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1 p.)
Folder 16Add to your cart.
Item 146: U.S. Provost Marshal General's Bureau. Typed L.S. (Charles T. Menohu); Manila, 20 June 1899Add to your cart.
Granting permission to Peter MacQueen to visit parts of Manila. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 147: U.S. War Veterans. Charlestown, Mass. Ensign Worth Bagley Camp, no. 6. Typed L.S. (Thaddeus P. Shaw) to Peter MacQueen; Charlestown, 26 June 1905Add to your cart.
Informing him of honorary membershop. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 148: U.S. War Department. Printed D. filled out in ms. S. (R.A. Alger); Washington, D.C., 7 July 1898Add to your cart.
War correspondent's pass. 1 s. (2 p.)
Item 149: U.S. War Department. Typed envelope to Col. A.S. Kimball; Washington, D.C., 190-Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen. With typed not on slip "Col. A.S. Kimball, 1856-7. Broad."
Item 150: U.S. War Department. Department of the Lakes. Typed envelope to Peter MacQueen; Chicago, 11 December 1899Add to your cart.
1 s . (1 p.)
Item 151: Wall, P.  A. L. S. to Peter MacQueen;  Moschi, 16 July 1908Add to your cart.
Regarding accident of a friend. 2 s. (3 p.)
Item 152: Wall, P.  A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; [Moschi], 16 July 1908Add to your cart.
Sending champagne and suggesting punishment of slow carrier. 1 s (1 p.)
Item 153: Wall. P.  A.L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Moschi, 9 September 1908Add to your cart.
Reporting recovery of friend. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 154: Walsh, James Anthony, 1867-1936. Typed L.S. to Peter MacQueen; Boston, 16 October 1907Add to your cart.
Suggesting missionaries to see in Africa.  1 s (1 p.)
Item 155: Walsh, James Anthony, 1867-1936. A.N.S. to Peter MacQueen; Boston, 10 November 1908Add to your cart.
Inviting MacQueen to visit an ailing African missionary.  1 s. (2 p.)
Folder 17Add to your cart.
Item 156: Wessels, Philip. Typed L.S. to Mr. Rabie; New York, 2 March 1900Add to your cart.
Introducing Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 157: Williams, William. A.N.S. to Peter MacQueen; New York, 190-Add to your cart.
Recript for food and stateroom service. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 158: Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924. Typed L.S. (J. P. Tumuly) to Peter MacQueen; Washington, D.C., 14 August 1915Add to your cart.
Acknowledging letter. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 159: Wilson, Widrow, 1856-1924. Typed envelope to Peter MacQueen; Washington D.C., 21 July 1914Add to your cart.
Item 160: "The Philistine." The Rev. Peter MacQueen, Congregational preacher . . . [Boston], [1909]Add to your cart.
PP. 85-88 removed from magazine. 2 s. (4 p.)
Item 161: Royal Society of Arts, London. London, 1909Add to your cart.
One-hundred-and-fifty-sixth-season. Officers, organization, calendar.
Item 162: Photograph; [Boston?], 190-Add to your cart.
Group of men and women on pier with fish.
Item 163: Typed envelope to Peter MacQueen; New York, 14 April 1916Add to your cart.
Item 164: Ms. envelope to Peter MacQueen; [Paris], 190-Add to your cart.
Item 165: Ms. envelope to Peter MacQueen; [Africa?], 1900?Add to your cart.
Folder 18Add to your cart.
Item 166: Blank envelope; Vienna, 190-Add to your cart.
Monogramed "D O" beneth crown.
Item 167: Blank envelope; Paris, 190-Add to your cart.
Monogramed "A" with inset crown and coat of arms above banner "Tempus et Meus Jus."
Item 168: Ms. scrap to Sir J. Cameron Lees; [London], 190-Add to your cart.
Item 169: Ms. envleope to Peter MacQueen; [Bposton], 190-Add to your cart.
List of Catholic missions in Uganda
Item 170: Asch van Wÿck, T.A. Ivan; AmersfoortAdd to your cart.
Printed calling card.
Item 171: Billinghurst, Guillermo Eduardo, 1851-1915. Ms. plan; [Lima?], 25 May 1913Add to your cart.
Outline of Gallao harbor. 1 s. (2 p.)
Item 172: Boeschoten, C. van; Républic Sud-Africaine, 190-Add to your cart.
Printed calling card.
Item 173: Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. Ms. envelope to Peter MacQueen. Marion, Mass., 20 April 1904Add to your cart.
Item 174: DeWet, N. J. Ms. envelope to Peter MacQueen; Z.A. Republic, 12 September 1900Add to your cart.
Item 175: Goudvis, L. Ms. envelope to Peter MacQueen; Lourenço Marques, September 1900Add to your cart.
Item 176: British Red Cross Society;. Ms. envelope to officers of Boer and British officials: Field Certificate [Africa], 190-Add to your cart.
Folder 19Add to your cart.
Item 177: Great Britian. Lord High Commissioner; London, 30 May 1910Add to your cart.
Menu . . . Place of Holyrood House 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 178: Scourboutis, Const. Printed calling card; East Africa, 190-Add to your cart.
Ms. note on verso: "Commercial Hotel." 1 s. (2 p.)
Item 179: South African Rebuplic. Passport; [Pretoria], 30 April 1900Add to your cart.
Printed D. filled out in ms. to Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 180: South African Republic. Passport; Pretoria, 16 July 1900Add to your cart.
Printed D. filled out in ms. to Peter MacQueen. 1 s. (1 p.)
Item 181: Terrell, A. W. Printed calling card: [Boston], 190-Add to your cart.
Changed to read Mrs. A.W. Terell, Austin, Texas. Ms. note on verso: Francis Murphy, 7 Tremont Pl. Boston." 1 s. (2 p.)
Item 182: Train ticket to Budapest' Hungary, 190-Add to your cart.
Item 183: Young, W.D. 3 A.DD. to Peter MacQueen; Nairobi, 4, 8, 24 August 1908Add to your cart.
Bills for photographic work. 3 s. (3 p.)
Folder 20Add to your cart.
Item 184: Russia. Posol'stvo (U.S.). Ms. L. (3rd person) to [Peter MacQueen]; Washington, D.C., 19 March 1904Add to your cart.
Thanking him for letter and enclosures. 1 s. (1 p.)