MACON, Nathaniel, 1757-1837

Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives
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Guide to Research Collections

Alabama Department of Archives and History
Montgomery, AL
Papers: In Tait family papers, 1786-1899; Hall family papers, 1785-1923; and Alabama governor’s administrative files, 1819-1820.

Boston Public Library
Boston, MA
Papers: 2 letters.

Duke University
Special Collections Library
Durham, NC
Papers: 37 items.

Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
Papers: Letters (1808-1812) from Macon concerning debates on war with England in Jones and Clark records, 1784-1816.

Library of Congress
Manuscript Division
Washington, DC
Papers: 1801, 1812. 2 items.

New-York Historical Society
New York, NY
Papers: 1801-1826. 22 items.

North Carolina Division of Archives and History
Raleigh, NC
Papers: 1773, 1804-1848. 117 items. In part transcripts. Correspondence and other papers, relating chiefly to political personalities and issues, public spending, the United States Bank, the tariff, presidential elections, work on the Capitol and grounds, and other personal and business affairs. Finding aid.

Additional Papers: Business and estate papers in Katherine Clark Pendleton Conway collection, 1769-1877. Finding aid.

North Carolina State University Library
Raleigh, NC
Papers: 1804-1837. .25 cubic foot.

Ohio Historical Society
Columbus, OH
Papers: Correspondence in Thomas Worthington papers, 1795-1827.

Rosenbach Museum and Library
Philadelphia, PA
Papers: March 16, 1814. 1 letter. To Alexander James Dallas concerning Albert Gallatin’s activities in peace negotiations with Britain.

University of North Carolina
Southern Historical Collection
Chapel Hill, NC
Papers: 1794-1837. 50 items.

Virginia State Library and Archives
Richmond, VA
Papers: Letters (1800-1827) to Joseph H. Nicholson in William Cabell Bruce collection of papers relating to John Randolph of Roanoke, Nathaniel Macon, Creed Taylor, R.N.Venable and James M. Garnett, 1791-1922; 1 letter (August 1, 1833) to Judge William Leigh; and discussed in 1 letter (November 4, 1811) from John Randolph to John St. George Randolph, both in Personal papers collection.