Manuscript Group 34, Aaron Burr (1756-1836), Lawyer, U. S. Vice President Papers
Burr's correspondence largely deals with business matters, particularly lawsuits he was involved in, his finances, and a railroad venture. It also contains a printed copy of the June 22, 1804 letter, owned by the Library of Congress, in which Burr challenges Hamilton to a duel. The correspondence also includes a letter written by Aaron Burr (1716-1757) referring to money for the College of New Jersey, a letter written by Joseph Shippen describing the college president's sudden marriage, and letters by Harman Blennerhassett, Burr's co-conspirator; George Hay, the man who prosecuted Burr; and Matthew Livingston Davis, Burr's biographer.
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