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Series I: Correspondence, 1867-1926

Call Number: WA MSS S-1206, Series I

Scope and Contents

Series I, Correspondence, is organized in three sections. Family Correspondence is arranged chronologically. Incoming Correspondence is also arranged chronologically, with separate categories of letters at the end: letters, recommending Brady's appointment as governor, letters received on the death of John G. Brady, and letters of Henry Baldwin and family, each arranged chronologically. Outgoing Correspondence is organized in three parts, each arranged chronologically: loose letters and drafts, letter copy books (unbound), and letter copy books (bound).


  • 1867-1926

Physical Description

2.5' (6 boxes)

Conditions Governing Access

From the Collection: The materials are open for research.

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English


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