Charles R. Flint papers, 1872-1930, bulk (1885-1915).

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Flint, Charles R. (Charles Ranlett), 1850-1934. Charles R. Flint papers, 1872-1930, bulk (1885-1915).

Charles R. Flint papers, 1872-1930, bulk (1885-1915).

Collection consists of correspondence, agreements, memoranda, minutes, commercial codes, financial statements, securities accounts, and patent and shipping papers which reflect Flint's multifarious and far-flung business activities in America, South America, Russia, and China.

2.9 linear feet (7 boxes)

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