Papers, 1885-1923.

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Krauskopf, Joseph, 1858-1923. Papers, 1885-1923.

Papers, 1885-1923.

The collection consists primarily of Krauskopf's personal correspondence. Outgoing correspondence is arranged by date, incoming correspondence is arranged by correspondent. In addition, the collection includes sermons, pamphlets, reports, photographs, postcards, and related material.

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