Papers, [ca. 1760s]-[ca. 1860s].

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Duane, William J. (William John), 1780-1865. Papers, [ca. 1760s]-[ca. 1860s].

Papers, [ca. 1760s]-[ca. 1860s].

These manuscripts were bound together in a volume with photographs and other items, interleaved in the printed version of William Duane's "Biographical Memoir of William J. Duane" (Philadelphia, 1868). They are mainly letters from prominent Americans which highlight Duane's life and career, as well as the writers.

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