Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from William H. Morgan, 26 January 1809

Philadelphia Jany. 26: 1809


I have been Solicited by a number of Citizens of Pennsylvania to furnish them with a whole length print of the Hone. Jas. Madison to correspond with those of President Washington & your Excellency’s—Having this day learnt that you are in possession of a half length Portrait of that Hone. Gentleman I respectfully beg you would permit me to take a Copy from it—being determined to make it a work of importance in point of execution I feel confident, that your Excellency will patronize it and grant my request

I have the honour to be With the highest Respect Your very Humble Servant

—William H Morgan

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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