Alexander and John L. Mitchell papers, 1859-1906.

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Mitchell, Alexander, 1817-1887. Alexander and John L. Mitchell papers, 1859-1906.

Alexander and John L. Mitchell papers, 1859-1906.

Correspondence of two generations of a distinguished Milwaukee family: Alexander Mitchell, a Scottish immigrant who became a financier and railroad promoter and served as congressman from 1871 to 1875; and his son John L. Mitchell, also a financier and political figure.

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