Papers, 1829-1874.


Hooper, Samuel, 1808-1875. Papers, 1829-1874.

Papers, 1829-1874.

Correspondence, lists of securities, financial statements, ledger sheets, and receipts relating to Hooper's investments and his import business in Boston, Mass., and his service in the Massachusetts legislature (1851-1853, 1858) and the U.S. House of Representatives (1861-1874). Correspondents include his father, John Hooper, his brother, Robert William Hooper, and his business associates, William Appleton, S.T. Dana, and Lemuel Shaw.

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