Welles family papers, 1833-1978.


Welles family papers, 1833-1978.

Primarily correspondence among members of a Wethersfield and Newington, Connecticut family. Among the most notable letters are those from Roger Welles (1862-1932) who rose to the rank of Admiral in the U.S. Navy and wrote from such locations as Japan and China.

4 linear feet (2 cartons, 1 v., 4 boxes).

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Welles, Edwin Stanley

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Welles, Mercy Delano, b. ca. 1839.

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Welles, Roger, 1829-1904

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Welles, Roger Patton.

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Roger Patton Welles graduated from Yale College in 1924. He moved to Southern California shortly after graduation to improve his health, and worked briefly as an auditor for Aetna Life Insurance while living in Los Angeles. He returned to his family in Hartford, Connecticut for a few months in the spring of 1925. In June the Secretary of the Interior appointed Welles as a temporary Park Ranger in Crater Lake National Park, Oregon. Welles worked at Crater Lake National Park for a year, rising thr...

Welles, Mary C. (Mary Crowell), 1860-1930

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Welles, Roger, 1862-1932

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Naval officer. From the description of Roger Welles papers, 1884-1926 (bulk 1891-1926). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71130872 Biographical Note 1862, Dec. 7 Born Newington, Conn. 1884 Graduated, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. Duty in USS Tennessee as flag...

Welles, Lemuel A. (Lemuel Aiken), 1870-1953

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Welles, Martin, 1859-1943.

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