Guide to Research CollectionsLibrary of Congress
Papers: 1780-1920, 180 items.
Correspondence, financial and legal papers, genealogical material concerning the Duvall family, and other papers. Correspondents include Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, and John Marshall.
Boston Public Library
Papers: 1 letter.
Bryn Mawr College Library
The Adelman Collection
Bryn Mawr, PA
Papers: 1803, 1 item.
A letter from Gabriel Duvall to Tench Coxe written on August 20, 1803. In the letter, Gabriel Duvall acknowledges receipt of Coxes Oath as Purveyor of Public Supplies, to support the constitution of the United States.
Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society
Papers: In the Callender Irvine Letters and Appointments, 1802-1803, 6 items.
A letter from Gabriel Duvall, 17 Sept. 1803, enclosing Callender Irvines oath and bond for his position as surveyor of customs for the port of Buffalo.
J.S. Copley Library
La Jolla, CA
Papers: 1777, 1 page.
A resolution from Gabriel Duvall in the General Assembly of Maryland written on April 1, 1777. The resolution prohibits cargo from leaving Maryland that is intended for Great Britain.
Library Company of Philadelphia
Papers: In the John Smith Papers, 1802-1819, 0.42 linear foot.
Other authors include Gabriel Duvall.
New-York Historical Society
New York, NY
Papers: July 27 and August 30, 1804; June 29, 1809.
3 letters. Official correspondence. Finding aid in repository.
Rosenbach Museum & Library
Papers: 1808, 1 item.
A letter from Gabriel Duvall to Jedediah Huntington written on February 22, 1808. In the letter, Gabriel Duvall writes in reply to a query from the customs collector at New London, Duvall explains that goods coming from a Danish town in India and shipped out of Calcutta are not subject to a law prohibiting the import of goods manufactured in Great Britain or its colonies merely because they were shipped from a colonial port.