Guide to Research CollectionsDartmouth College
Rauner Special Collections Library
Papers: 1870-1899, 5 scrapbooks.
Scrapbooks of Walbridge Abner Field containing clippings, circulars, and broadsides relating to his judicial career, judicial news, public debt, and state and national politics.
Papers: ca. 1876-1899, 7 items.
Correspondence to Walbridge Abner Field from Richard Henry Dana, George Frisbie Hoar, E. Rockwood Hoar, and Oliver Wendell Holmes. Subjects covered include Walbridge Fields nomination to be a representative in Congress, presidential appointments, and attendance at the Saturday Club. Correspondence from Oliver Wendell Holmes to Frances Farwell Field concerns the death of her husband, Walbridge Abner Field.
University of Chicago Library
Special Collections Research Center
Papers: 1871, 1 item.
A letter from Walbridge A. Field to Amos T. Akerman written on February 7, 1871. In the letter, Walbridge Field recommends General George L. Andrews to be U.S. Marshal for Massachusetts.