Papers, 1863-1888.


Green, Robert S. (Robert Stockton), 1831-1895. Papers, 1863-1888.

Papers, 1863-1888.

Chiefly legal letters received by Green, relating to problems of Civil War soldiers and their families, and New Jersey railroads, documenting his service as surrogate of Union County, member of Elizabeth, N.J., city council, and governor.

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