Dictation and related biographical material from David H. Moffat : Denver, 1885.


Dictation and related biographical material from David H. Moffat : Denver, 1885.

Dictation by Moffat concerns his arrival in Denver, 1860, and his mining interests; accompanied by dictations from Walter Cheesman, S.T. Smith, Wilbur F. Stone, Henry R. Wolcott, and Sam Wood, respecting Moffat's mining, banking, and railroad interests.

Originals : 8 items.Copies : partial microfilm reel (21 exposures) : negative (Rich. 116:1) and positive.


SNAC Resource ID: 7154066

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