Henry Frederick Lippitt papers Lippitt (Henry Frederick) Papers 1881-1933

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Henry Frederick Lippitt papers, Lippitt (Henry Frederick) Papers, 1881-1933

Henry Frederick Lippitt papers Lippitt (Henry Frederick) Papers 1881-1933

The collection is comprised of family and business correspondence, printed materials, newspapers clippings, meeting minutes, photographs, and memorabilia. Business correspondence is represented by carbon copies of the letters from 1881 to 1923 that are bound into 9 letter books.

6.5 linear feet

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