Plimpton Family Papers, 1607-1995 [Bulk Dates: 1892-1980].


Plimpton Family Papers, 1607-1995 [Bulk Dates: 1892-1980].

The Plimpton Family Papers is primarily comprised of correspondence, personal and professional documents, writings and photographs generated by or for George Arthur Plimpton and Frances Taylor Pearsons Plimpton, their son, Francis T.P. Plimpton, and his wife Pauline Ames Plimpton. Also included are documents and photographs produced by or for other Plimpton, Pearsons and Ames family members, from seventeenth century ancestors to late-twentieth century descendants.

29 linear ft ( 33 document boxes, 9 oversized boxes 7 CMI bozes 3 other boxes).

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