Mailliard family papers, 1785-1927 (inclusive).


Mailliard family. Mailliard family papers, 1785-1927 (inclusive).

Mailliard family papers, 1785-1927 (inclusive).

The major part of these papers consist of correspondence, business papers and memorabilia relating to Joseph Bonaparte, ex-king of Naples and Spain. These were accumulated by Louis Hypolite Mailliard who acted as secretary to Bonaparte and was later executor of his estate.

4.5 linear ft. (8 boxes, 1 folio)



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