Charles N. Hewitt and family papers. 1850-2010 (bulk 1850-1938).

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Charles N. Hewitt and family papers. 1850-2010 (bulk 1850-1938).

Correspondence, diaries, call lists, accounts, and other papers of Charles N. Hewitt, a noted physician, and first secretary of the Minnesota State Board of Health. Charles N. Hewitt also served as a surgeon with the 50th New York Infantry in the Army of the Potomac during the Civil War. Papers of his son Edwin provide biographical, genealogical, and family data.

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