J. Russell Smith papers, 1860-1955 (bulk 1910-1940).

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J. Russell Smith papers, 1860-1955 (bulk 1910-1940).

Correspondence and related papers, real estate documents, letterpress books, account books, and other papers detailing the financial and personal activities of J. Russell Smith (Winona, Minn.) and his father, Benjamin Wells Smith (Minneapolis), and several other family members. Russell and Benjamin were lawyers, dealing mainly with real estate matters.

8.5 cu. ft. (9 boxes).

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