Papers, 1672-1897.


Papers, 1672-1897.

Correspondence, legal papers, business papers, certificates, and other papers of the Brown family, of Watertown, Mass., Jonathan Brown, Timothy Cutler, the Bond family of Watertown, the Bright family of Waltham, Mass., and Jonathan Brown Bright. Includes material relating to Brown's transactions as town treasurer of Watertown, Bright's business ventures and investments including speculation in the Mississippi and Arkansas Land Company, and family matters. Correspondents include Charles W. Eliot, Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar, and Francis C. Lowell.

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Lowell, Francis Cabot, 1775-1817 (person)

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Brown, Jonathan, 1724-1797. (person)

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Eliot, Charles William, 1834-1926 (person)

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Mississippi and Arkansas Land Company. (corporateBody)

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