Anna Lander West McDonnell papers, 1849-1964.


Anna Lander West McDonnell papers, 1849-1964.

The Anna McDonnell series includes her correspondence; passports; identity cards; materials related to the American Committee for Devastated France and the National League for Woman's Service; will of Anna's sister, Louisa Lander Pullman; and documents from Cypress Lawn Cemetery in San Francisco. Lander family papers include correspondence to and from Edward Lander, Sr., Edward Lander, Jr., Frederick West Lander, and Charles Lander West (Anna's father); wills of Frederick West Lander, Judge Edward Lander, and maternal grandfather Nathaniel West; lists of securities held for the George Singer (Pittsburgh, PA?) estate; roster of the Pacific Mining and Trading Company, 1894, which included Charles Lander West; and biographical information on Frederick West Lander and the Lander family.

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