Brown-Patterson papers 1797-1902 1800-1835.


Sutherland, John, 1771-1834. Brown-Patterson papers 1797-1902 1800-1835.

Brown-Patterson papers 1797-1902 1800-1835.

The Brown-Patterson Papers include primarily the business papers and correspondence of Henry Brown, a merchant and early settler of Dayton, Ohio. The collection also includes papers of Brown's father-in-law Col. Robert Patterson, as well as other Brown and Patterson family members. The materials in the collection date from 1797 to 1902.

3 linear feet.

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