DeLancey Nicoll, the prominent New York City District Attorney (Graduated Columbia Law School 1876). He was the DA who convicted President Grant's partner, Fred Ward. His family was prominent in New York City for almost 300 Years.
In three series: Series 1: Letters Relating to the Complementary Dinner; Series 2: Correspondence, alphabetical; Series 3: Condolence letters and telegrams sent to Nicoll on the death of his son.
Finding aid in repository, folder level control.
A large group of 340 letters to Herman Oelrichs, about a dinner for the retiring DeLancey Nicoll, New York City District Attorney, 1893. Group of 190 condolence letters, and 40 telegrams, and a quality of signed and unsigned calling cards, all in two large albums, all sent to Nicoll on the death of his son.
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See also our New York City Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Edwin Patrick Kilroe collections.
Identification of specific item; Date (if known); DeLancey Nicoll papers, Box and Folder; General Manuscripts, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.