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Samuel E. Smith Papers, 1786-1880



Letters, 1810-1880, n.d.
0.4 linear feet
Catalog Number: M167.1

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Series Description:
Letters to and from members of the Smith family and prominent individuals from Maine, Massachusetts and New Brunswick. Much of the correspondence from 1831-1832 relates to the northeast boundary controversy; correspondents on this issue include Sir Archibald Campbell, John G. Deane, Edward Kavanagh, Levi Lincoln, William Pitt Preble and Ashur Ware. Other prolific correspondents include John Burnham of Orlando; A.H. Fiske, Smith's attorney; John J. Spears, Smith's broker; and several members of the Fuller and Smith families.
Arrangement:Arranged chronologically.
General Note:
Finding Aid/Index: Unpublished chronological and alphabetical lists of correspondents available in library; item level control.
Restrictions:None.


Documents, Financial Records and Ephemera, 1786-1880, n.d.
0.2 linear feet.
Catalog Number: M167.2

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Series Description:
Materials include court docket of Daniel Emerson, promisory notes, memoranda, deeds, financial statements, biographical information, and ephemera.
Arrangement:Arranged alphabetically.
General Note:
Restrictions:None.


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