Letter from J. W. Waring, publisher of the "Official Horse Show Blue Book" to William du Pont confirming and thanking du Pont for his subscription to the book and discusses including photographs of horses that du Pont has bred in the book.
Mass-mailed letter to William du Pont from Wayne Dinsmore, Secretary of the Percheron Society of America, reminding all members to register all of their Percherons foaled in 1914 by September 1. Dinsmore also discusses upcoming expositions in which...
Joanna du Pont, Lammot's aunt, writes to ask if he can release Richard Hunter (a member of Company B, 5th Regiment Delaware Volunteer Infantry) from military service so that Hunter can take care of her ill horses. She also discusses family members.
Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Barrackville #41 mine, West Virginia. Under ground stables for the mine horses. Note: the photograph has no date but information obtained from the West Virginia State Archives states that a gas explosion on March 18,...
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Letter from attorney Ira Nichols to William du Pont's secretary, Charles Lennig regarding du Pont's Elk Point property in South Dakota. Nichols reports on property finances, condition of the horses on the property and the status of crops.
Letter from A. Godfrey, editor of the horse department of "The Field" priodical to William du Pont soliciting du Pont to submit advertisements for his horse breeding operation to include in upcoming issues of "The Field."