Trenor W. Park papers, 1828-1882.

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Park, T. W. (Trenor William), 1823-1882. Trenor W. Park papers, 1828-1882.

Trenor W. Park papers, 1828-1882.

Chiefly scattered correspondence of Trenor W. Park mostly related to his business interests.

5 folders.

Related Constellations

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McCullough, Eliza Hall Park, 1848-1938

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Resident of North Bennington, Vt.; wife of Governor John G. McCullough and mother of Hall Park McCullough. From the description of Eliza McCullough letter, 1926. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 681530196 ...

Hall, Marshall C.

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Erie Railroad Company

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Fairbanks, E. (Erastus), 1792-1884

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Harmon, H. A.

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Barton, J. L.

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Valentine, A. B.

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Hall, Henry Davis, 1823-1903

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Livingston, John A.

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A tract of land in Greene and Schoharie Counties, N.Y. originally granted to John Morin Scott. John Livingston was a member of the wealthy Livingston family of Columbia County, N.Y. From the description of Scott's patent papers, 1770-1820. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122458673 ...

Page, John B., 1826-1885

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Hall, Samuel B., 1846-1910

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Park, Luther, b. 1789.

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Park, T. W. (Trenor William), 1823-1882

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Lawyer, political figure, businessman, and philanthropist; b. in Woodford, Vt.; raised in Bennington where operated several businesses; was appointed chairman of U.S. Land Commission, traveled to San Francisco, and practiced law there; returned to Vermont in 1864, also maintaining a residence in New York City; had various business interests in mines and railroads; member of Republican National Committee; later served in the Vermont State Legislature and was trustee of University of Vermont; marr...

Wheeler, Hoyt Henry, 1833-1906

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Harmon, George W.

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Hall, Hiland, 1795-1885

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U.S. Representative from Vermont (1833-1843), lawyer in Bennington, Vt., member of state legislature, state's attorney, state bank commissioner, Superior Court judge, U.S. Land Commissioner for California, governor of Vermont (1858-1860), and historian; Whig; died in Springfield, Mass. From the description of Hiland Hall papers, 1786-1885 (bulk 1832-1881). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 671251777 ...

McCullough, J. G. (John Griffith), 1835-1915

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Lawyer and businessman, of North Bennington, Vt.; b. in Newark, Del.; attended Delaware College and University of Pennsylvania; went to California in 1859 and served as attorney general of California during the Civil War; moved to Bennington, Vt., 1873; state legislator and served as governor of Vermont, 1902-1904; m. Eliza Hall Park; father of Hall Park McCullough. From the description of John G. McCullough papers, 1853-1931 (bulk 1887-1891). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 681951499...

Lincoln, C. G.

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Park, William, d. 1840

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