William Henry Brewer papers, 1830-1927 (inclusive).


Brewer, William Henry, 1828-1910. William Henry Brewer papers, 1830-1927 (inclusive).

William Henry Brewer papers, 1830-1927 (inclusive).

Correspondence, diaries, notebooks, lectures, articles, essays, genealogical materials, photographs and other papers of William Henry Brewer, scientist, teacher, and writer.

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