Julius F. Stone papers, 1912-1947.


Julius F. Stone papers, 1912-1947.

Correspondence re his exploration of the Colorado River; correspondence re his philanthropy, especially in connection with Pioneer Landmarks Associate; correspondence re OSU; letters from Pearl Buck, Edsel Ford, Orville Wright, and Matthew Henson (associate of Robert Peary and polar explorer). Letters to and from family members; genealogical materials; legal documents; newspaper clippings, and photographs.

11.0 cubic feet.


SNAC Resource ID: 7424715

Ohio State University Libraries

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