Frederick B. Jennings papers, 1882-1916

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Jennings, Frederic Beach, 1853-1920. Frederick B. Jennings papers, 1882-1916

Frederick B. Jennings papers, 1882-1916

Sixteen letters written to Jennings from various individuals and government officials relating to business, personal, and public affairs.

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