Islesford collection, 1596-[ongoing] (bulk 1830-1939).


Sawtelle, William Otis, 1874-1939. Islesford collection, 1596-[ongoing] (bulk 1830-1939).

Islesford collection, 1596-[ongoing] (bulk 1830-1939).

Correspondence, deeds, books, maps, charts, research notes, logbooks, postcards, drawings, tools, photographs, and other materials, collected or curated by Sawtelle.

ca. 50,000 items.

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