Papers, 1703-1782.


Waldron, Richard, 1694-1753. Papers, 1703-1782.

Papers, 1703-1782.

Chiefly correspondence; together with some correspondence and copy of the will of Waldron's son, Thomas Westbrook Waldron.

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