Valentine Mott collection, 1819-1860.


Valentine Mott collection, 1819-1860.

Certificates, diplomas, letters and one power of attorney relating to the life of Dr. Valentine Mott.

2 folders (18 items)


SNAC Resource ID: 8084375

New-York Historical Society Library

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