Papers of James D. Hague, 1824-1936.

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Hague, James D. (James Duncan), 1836-1908. Papers of James D. Hague, 1824-1936.

Papers of James D. Hague, 1824-1936.

The collection is made up of three distinct parts: 1. Papers of Clarence King; 2. Papers of James D. Hague; 3. Addenda. The papers of Clarence King and the Addenda to the papers of James D. Hague are described separately.

ca. 24,000 pieces.

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