Thomas Stevenson Pettit papers, 1864-1932.

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Pettit, Thomas Stevenson, 1843-1931. Thomas Stevenson Pettit papers, 1864-1932.

Thomas Stevenson Pettit papers, 1864-1932.

The papers of Thomas Stevenson Pettit consist of correspondence, documents, speeches, a scrapbook and an autograph album.

1 reel of microfilm (partial).4 cubic ft.

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