Papers related to his biography of Roger Wolcott, 1901-1902.


Papers related to his biography of Roger Wolcott, 1901-1902.

Papers related to Lawrence's biography, "Roger Wolcott," Governor of Mass. (1902). Included are Lawrence's notes and drafts, and letters written to him in response to information-gathering questions about Wolcott, and comments about the work in progress. Correspondents include William D. Sohier, Edith P. Wolcott (Roger's widow), Francis C. Lowell (1855-1911), Henry C. Lodge, John D. Long, and Curtis Guild.

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Massachusetts Historical Society

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