Herman K. Crofoot Collection of Francis Elias Spinner Papers 1792-1908 (bulk 1825-1891)

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Herman K. Crofoot Collection of Francis Elias Spinner Papers, 1792-1908, (bulk 1825-1891)

Herman K. Crofoot Collection of Francis Elias Spinner Papers 1792-1908 (bulk 1825-1891)

Merchant, banker, United States representative from New York, and United States treasurer. Correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, autographs, printed matter, and clippings relating to Spinner's political, financial, and personal activities. Includes a diary of John Peter Spinner.

750 items; 4 containers; 1.6 linear feet

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