Charles H. Herty papers, 1884-1938.


Herty, Charles H. (Charles Holmes), 1867-1938. Charles H. Herty papers, 1884-1938.

Charles H. Herty papers, 1884-1938.

The collection consists of the personal and professional papers of Charles Holmes Herty from 1860-1938. The papers include personal and professional correspondence; financial and legal records; manuscripts, notes, photographs, clippings and copies of articles and speeches dealing with Herty's research and interests; records of his work with professional organizations; and family photographs and memorabilia.

77.5 linear ft. (155 boxes, 42 oversized papers (OP), 54 microfilm reels (MF), and 3 bound v. (BV))

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