John E. Rovensky papers Rovensky (John E.) papers 1901-1970 (bulk 1913-1965)


John E. Rovensky papers Rovensky (John E.) papers 1901-1970 (bulk 1913-1965)

John E. Rovensky (1880-1970) was a successful businessman and philanthropist who spent his time between New York, New York, Palm Beach, Florida, and Newport, Rhode Island. These papers document his career and personal life from 1901-1970 with correspondence, photographs, his own personal memoir and other miscellaneous materials.

2.33 linear feet (1 document case, 2 flat boxes)



SNAC Resource ID: 6358415

Redwood Library & Athenaeum

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