Henry Whitcomb Holley papers. 1854-1888.

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Henry Whitcomb Holley papers. 1854-1888.

Correspondence, payrolls, invoices, brochures advertisingrailroad equipment, specifications, drawings, and maps relating to Holley's work(1865-1885) as a construction engineer for the Southern Minnesota Railroad Company.

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