Papers, 1863-1921.


Murphy, Franklin, 1846-1920. Papers, 1863-1921.

Papers, 1863-1921.

Correspondence; military records as an officer of the 13th New Jersey Volunteers during the Civil War; speeches; drafts of publicity articles for Murphy Varnish Company; biographical and genealogical information; certificates; and letters of condolence written to Murphy's daughter, Helen M. Kinney (Mrs. William B. Kinney), at the time of his death.

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