Papers, 1905-1968.


Papers, 1905-1968.

Correspondence (1939-1968); speeches and theses (1911-1966); certificates and citations (1923-1963); application to Interstate Commerce Commission (1928) involving Louisiana and Arkansas Railway Company; monopoly agreements between Swedish Match Company and various countries (1930); materials concerning reorganization of Swedish Match Company (1929-1938); reports stemming from Richardson's position on boards of governors and trustees of Rutgers University (1961-1966); diplomas and athletic and fraternity certificates (1915-1959); scrapbook of mementos of grammar school, Bound Brook High School, Rutgers College, and Oxford University (1905-1921); and photos (1908, 1951).

4 framed items and 2 cartons.


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Rutgers University

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