Papers, 1820-1893.

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Vroom, Peter Dumont, 1791-1873. Papers, 1820-1893.

Papers, 1820-1893.

Correspondence, diaries, case files, and other papers, reflecting Vroom's career as a lawyer in Schooleys Mountain, Hackettstown, Flemington, Somerville, and Trenton, N.J., state legislator, governor, congressman, U.S. minister to the court of Prussia (1854-1857), and law reporter for the New Jersey Supreme Court (1865-1873), and his activities in the Whig Party and Dutch Reformed Church.

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