Papers, 1835-1951.

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Titus, William A., 1868-1951. Papers, 1835-1951.

Papers, 1835-1951.

Papers of Titus, a Fond du Lac, Wis., businessman, historian, author, and Republican politician, of which business papers comprise the largest segment. Included are correspondence, minutes, and financial records of the Standard Lime and Stone Company, which Titus founded in Fond du Lac. Many other letters and financial papers pertain to his other investments: the Copper Belt Mines Company in Wyoming, mining property in Ontario, and real estate in Milwaukee, Chicago, and the northern lakes region of Wisconsin.

5.2 c.f. (13 archives boxes) and91 negatives.

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