Elbridge Gerry papers, [1948].

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Gerry, Elbridge, 1744-1814. Elbridge Gerry papers, [1948].

Elbridge Gerry papers, [1948].

Photostats of ca. 100 letters to and from Elbridge Gerry, 1774-1814, formerly in the possession of Albert Gallatin.

1 box (ca. 100 items).

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