Reuben T. Durrett added papers, 1883-1910.

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Durrett, Reuben T. (Reuben Thomas), 1824-1913. Reuben T. Durrett added papers, 1883-1910.

Reuben T. Durrett added papers, 1883-1910.

Papers consist primarily of correspondence with approximately one cubic foot of receipts and miscellanea. Correspondence details Durrett's book, manuscript and portrait collecting as well as his presidency of the Filson Club, his time as member of board of Park Commissioners, and his financial investments in numerous Louisville companies. Most of the letters are written to Durrett with a few letters from him scattered throughout. Correspondents include prominent Louisvillians, politicians, businessmen, historians and archivists. Also includes personal correspondence.

5 cubic feet.

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