|Title||Robinson, David Home Plans|
|Creator||Robinson, David (1754-1843)|
|Dates of Creation||August 29, 1800|
|Scope & Content||
Type written copy of an August, 29, 1800 letter from David Robinson to Pliny Moore, Esquire in Champlain Town, New York. Robinson writes that he has enclosed the plans to his house but that they were not well drawn and the scale is not exact throughout. He then goes on to describe his house and how pleased he is with it after five years. Closes by sending his regards and says he is looking forward to visiting.
Also included are four photocopies. Two of the photocopies are of the plans mentioned in the letter including the first and second floor as well as the cellar. Also photocopied were both sides of the original letter.
Robinson, David (1754-1843)
|Credit line||Gift of Mr. Herbert Wheaton Congdon|