Dorilus Morrison and family papers, 1706-1913.

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Morrison, Dorilus, 1814-1897. Dorilus Morrison and family papers, 1706-1913.

Dorilus Morrison and family papers, 1706-1913.

Letters, deeds, leases, financial records, clippings, genealogical data, and other papers of Morrison, a Minneapolis businessman, mayor (1867), and state senator (1864-1865), of his wife, Harriet K. Whitmore, and of other family members.

1.75 cu. ft. (4 boxes; 4 oversize items; 10 items and 1 v. in Reserve)

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