Oliver Lyman Spaulding papers, 1861-1921.


Oliver Lyman Spaulding papers, 1861-1921.

Correspondence concerning his Civil War service, Congress, the Republican Party, his work with the U.S. Treasury Department, and his Masonic activities; also diary detailing his Civil War service, two letter books; four scrapbooks; genealogy, speeches, memoirs, and miscellaneous items; also scattered papers of his wife's family (Mary Cecilia Swegles Spaulding), including a brief diary, 1870, of Edwin Cyrus Swegles as a cadet at West Point; reminiscences, ca. 1903, of Mrs. Spaulding on the early history. Of St. Johns, Michigan; and photographs.

3 linear ft., ca. 35 items [outsize], and 1 v. [outsize].

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