Van Zandt, Isaac, papers, 1835-1865, 1948

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Van Zandt, Isaac, 1813-1847. Van Zandt, Isaac, papers, 1835-1865, 1948

Van Zandt, Isaac, papers, 1835-1865, 1948

The Isaac Van Zandt Papers, 1835-1865, 1948, include correspondence, legal documents, financial papers, newspaper clippings, notes and photostatic copies of documents, which concern his career, family affairs, and the problems and desires of his constituents while he was in the Congress of the Republic of Texas.

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