Papers, 1753-1791.


Trumbull, Joseph, 1737-1778. Papers, 1753-1791.

Papers, 1753-1791.

Personal and business correspondence relating to his activities during the American Revolution; correspondents include Elisha Avery, Eliphalet Dyer, Eleazer Fitch, Alexander Hamilton, John Hancock, Christopher Leffingwell, Charles Miller, Oliver Phelps and Jonathan Trumbull, Jr.

4 boxes ; 39 x 26 x 12 cm.

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