Alpheus Felch papers, 1817-1896.

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Felch, Alpheus, 1804-1896. Alpheus Felch papers, 1817-1896.

Alpheus Felch papers, 1817-1896.

Correspondence and other papers concerning his political and business activities; his work as president of the commission to adjust Spanish and Mexican land claims in California, 1853-1856; and his law activities and work as University of Michigan law professor; also photographs.

6 linear ft. and 6 v. [outsize].

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