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Access and Use

Acquisition Information:

Gift to the Darlington Memorial Library in 1937.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Copyright:

No copyright restrictions.

Processing Information:

This collection was processed by Kristin Justham in October and November of 2006.

Alternate Format:

Copies of the letters and typed transcripts of eight of the letters (April 25, 1806; June 1, 1806; June 8, 1806; June 10, 1806; June 10, 1806; June 16, 1806; June 17, 1806; and October 14, 1806) are on file. Included is a copy of a morning report of the Garrison of New Orleans dated December 23, 1806.

Digital reproductions of the collection are available electronically by following the respective "Digitized Folder Contents" links within the finding aid.

Custodial History:

This collection was located in the Darlington Memorial Library in the University’s Cathedral of Learning until 2007 when it was moved to the ULS Archives Service Center for processing, storage, preservation and service. However, it remains in the custodianship of the ULS Special Collections Department.

Related Material:

There is a copy of a letter in the James Wilkinson Papers from Martin Luther to an unknown recipient, which briefly refers to the Burr trial. The original letter is housed in the Darlington Autograph Files, along with other materials related to this collection.

Preferred Citation:

James Wilkinson Papers, 1790-1818, DAR.1937.09, Darlington Collection, Special Collections Department, University of Pittsburgh