John White Stevenson papers, 1869-1885, 1877-1885 (bulk dates).


Stevenson, J. W. (John White), 1812-1886. John White Stevenson papers, 1869-1885, 1877-1885 (bulk dates).

John White Stevenson papers, 1869-1885, 1877-1885 (bulk dates).

The papers contain diaries, letterbooks, letters, clippings, receipts and a will for John White Stevenson.

2 cubic ft.

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