Papers of Frederick L. Rath, Jr., 1917-2001 (bulk 1937-1988)


Rath, Frederick L. Papers of Frederick L. Rath, Jr., 1917-2001 (bulk 1937-1988)

Papers of Frederick L. Rath, Jr., 1917-2001 (bulk 1937-1988)

Diaries; correspondence; educational records; writings; ephemera; pamphlets; publications; clippings; memorabilia; reports; oral history transcripts; research notes; bibliographies; maps; daily logs; date books; photographs; audio recordings; pamphlets; and personal records gathered and produced during Rath's schooling, military service, and career in historic preservation.

32.50 linear feet

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James A. Holden was a Trustee and Treasurer of the Association. He also served as New York State Historian from 1911 to 1916. Frederick B. Richards was Assistant Secretary of the Association. Both men lived in Glens Falls, N.Y. and conducted Association business there. From the description of New York State Historical Association records, 1909-1915 (bulk 1909-1910) (New York State Historical Documents). WorldCat record id: 155423635 The Historical Records Survey was a specia...