Lyman A. Cotten papers, 1886-1947.

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Cotten, Lyman A. (Lyman Atkinson), 1874-1926. Lyman A. Cotten papers, 1886-1947.

Lyman A. Cotten papers, 1886-1947.

Official and personal correspondence, account books, scrapbooks, diaries, lectures, and technical articles of L.A. Cotten, relating to his 32 years of naval service, beginning with his education at Annapolis (1894-1898), and including his participation in the Spanish-American War, Philippine insurrection, Boxer Rebellion, Naval War College, Japan, China, World War I, and conflicts in the Near East.

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