Papers, 1901-1954.


Papers, 1901-1954.

The Julian Burroughs papers are comprised chiefly of letters, school books, essays, published and unpublished articles, lectures, and photographs relating to Burroughs academic life at The Riverview Academy and Harvard and later as manager of Colonel Payne's Estate. Many letters written to family and friends throughout Julian's life are also included here. There are many photographs, arranged chronologically, and including many vivid images in black and white of the West Park, NY area.

9 boxes (2.5 cubic ft.)


SNAC Resource ID: 7634689

New York State Library

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