Carter H. Harrison IV papers, 1637-1953, (bulk 1840-1950).

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Harrison, Carter H. (Carter Henry), 1860-1953. Carter H. Harrison IV papers, 1637-1953, (bulk 1840-1950).

Carter H. Harrison IV papers, 1637-1953, (bulk 1840-1950).

Mainly correspondence, but also writings, clippings, photographs, and memorabilia relating the Carter Harrison IV and his family (particularly wife Edith Ogden Harrison and father Carter Henry Harrison III). Also documents of famous people kept as collectables.

11.25 cubic ft. (23 boxes and 1 oversize box)

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