Papers 1809-1877.


Sloane, John, 1799-1856. Papers 1809-1877.

Papers 1809-1877.

Correspondence, receipts, and speeches pertaining to the politics of Ohio and the United States. Topics include banking, elections, Panama, transportation, slavery, Texas, education; with correspondence from Thomas Corwin, Joseph Larwill and Edward Tiffin. Contact repository for more information.

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