Seth K. Shetterly papers 1829-1934


Seth K. Shetterly papers 1829-1934

Utica, Michigan attorney, justice of the peace, and state representative. Correspondence mainly concerning family, legal, and political affairs; also scattered municipal and township records, 1846-1865, for Utica and Shelby and Sterling townships in Macomb County, Michigan, especially school records; and miscellaneous business and legal papers, poems, essays, and notebooks.

2 linear feet and 1 oversize folder



SNAC Resource ID: 6389840

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