Papers, 1667-1960.


Smith family. Papers, 1667-1960.

Papers, 1667-1960.

Personal and business papers of Smith and allied families, collected by Philip Henry Waddell Smith. Correspondence with Woodrow Wilson and other papers (1902-1922) of Donald C. MacLaren, Presbyterian minister and educator; papers of John Waddell (1714-1762), New York merchant shipper and Loyalist; papers (1830-1881), of William Coventry H. Waddell, New York property owner and officeholder, relating to Board of General Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New Jersey and the New Jersey Harbor Company; freeholder list (1793) of Morris County, N.J.; and tax ratables (1798) and voting registers (1894-1903) of Hanover Township, N.J.

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