McCORMICK, Richard Cunningham, 1832-1901


Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives
About this object

Guide to Research Collections

Arizona Historical Society
Tucson, AZ
Papers: 1863-1902, 0.25 linear foot.
The documents and letters relate to Richard C. McCormick’s political experiences in Arizona. Included is a letter from Richard C. McCormick to Cepheus Brainerd written in Santa Fe while Richard C. McCormick was on his way to Arizona. Other letters, 1864 to 1865, describe conditions in Arizona. There are also documents appointing Richard C. McCormick as Territorial Governor, United States Commissioner General to the Paris Exposition, and Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. An inventory is available in the library.


Brown University
John Hay Library
Providence, RI
Papers: In the John Hay Milton Papers, 1854-1914, approximately 6,000 items.
Other authors include Richard Cunningham McCormick.


Illinois State Historical Society
Springfield, IL
Papers: 1864, 1 item.
A letter from John Hay to Richard C. McCormick written on May 16, 1864. In the letter, John Hay writes that Richard C. McCormick’s affairs have been referred to the War Department by President Lincoln.


University of California
The Bancroft Library
Berkeley, CA
Papers: 1887, 1 item.
A letter from Richard C. McCormick to Horace H. Moore written on November 23, 1887.


Yale University
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
New Haven, CT
Papers: 1863, 3 pages.
A letter from Richard C. McCormick to Major Ball written on August 10, 1863. In the letter, Richard McCormick writes concerning his journey to Arizona.