Charles Robinson Smith papers, 1890-1930 (inclusive).


Smith, Charles Robinson, 1855-. Charles Robinson Smith papers, 1890-1930 (inclusive).

Charles Robinson Smith papers, 1890-1930 (inclusive).

Correspondence, writings and miscellanea relating to the issue of the allied nations payment of war debts incurred during World War I; and U.S. tax laws.

3.5 linear ft. (5 boxes, 2 folios)

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