Morgan family papers, 1856-1940.


Morgan family papers, 1856-1940.

These are the personal and business papers of the family of Calvin Cogswell Morgan.

2.8 cubic ft. (ca. 2000 pieces)


SNAC Resource ID: 6822964

University of Kentucky Libraries

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