Papers, 1819-1888.


Whitaker, Joseph, 1789-1870. Papers, 1819-1888.

Papers, 1819-1888.

The records consist of a small collection of material preserved by descendants of Joseph Whitaker at Mont Clare. There are 8 volumes and 52 loose manuscript items.

1.5 linear ft.

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