Draper manuscripts: Robert Patterson papers, 1758-1855.


Patterson, Robert, 1753-1827. Draper manuscripts: Robert Patterson papers, 1758-1855.

Draper manuscripts: Robert Patterson papers, 1758-1855.

Papers of Robert Patterson, a soldier, magistrate, and legislator from Virginia and Kentucky, and frontier settler and founder of Georgetown and Lexington in Kentucky and Dayton and Cincinnati in Ohio. Included are papers relating to his military and business careers, as well as his personal life.

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