Fred I. Kent Papers, 1901-1954 (bulk 1920-1950)


Fred I. Kent Papers, 1901-1954 (bulk 1920-1950)

The Fred I. Kent Papers include correspondence with businessmen and politicians about financial and economic issues, articles and speeches by Kent, and papers documenting Kent's involvement with the Bankers Trust Company, the Commerce and Marine Commission of the American Bankers Association, the International Chamber of Commerce, and other organizations.

17.41 linear ft. (42 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 6901441

Princeton University Library

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