Papers, 1885-1918.


Page, Thomas Nelson, 1853-1922. Papers, 1885-1918.

Papers, 1885-1918.

Includes 2 letters, Feb. 20, 1904, Page to Samuel Graham (framed), and March 27, 1909, Lord Wolseley to Page; visitor's book, 1885-1899; Page's dinner party record, 1913-1918, while he was U. S. Ambassador to Italy.

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