Whipple-Scandrett family papers, 1829-1959.


Bill, Alfred Hoyt, 1879-1964. Whipple-Scandrett family papers, 1829-1959.

Whipple-Scandrett family papers, 1829-1959.

Personal and family papers of Henry B. Whipple, Protestant Episcopal bishop of Minnesota, his grandsons Henry A. Scandrett and Benjamin W. Scandrett, who both became well-known railroad executives, and other members of the Whipple and Scandrett families.

4.5 cu. ft. (9 boxes).

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