Diary, 1861-1936 (inclusive) 1867-1936 (bulk).


Hart, John, 1843-1936. Diary, 1861-1936 (inclusive) 1867-1936 (bulk).

Diary, 1861-1936 (inclusive) 1867-1936 (bulk).

Diary, 1861, 1865, 1867-1873, 1875-1936, containing brief, regular entries.

.65 cubic ft. (69 v. in 2 boxes)

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