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Box 29

 Container

Contains 14 Results:

Correspondence, , 1855-1857; 1862; 1866

 File — Box: 29, Folder: 248
Identifier: Series XVI.
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The collection contains the papers of the Seton family of New York City and the Jevons family of Liverpool, England and New York City. Seton Jevons family members who feature prominently in the collection include Robert Seton, Thomas Seton Jevons, Isabel Seton Jevons, and others.Included in the collection are: correspondence, photographs, drawings and engravings; holy cards and death notices; postcards and menus; bills and legal papers; genealogical material; report cards;...
Dates: 1855-1857; 1862; 1866

Report of the U.S. Military Commission to the Crimean War, 1857. Captured by Union forces at the battle of Buena Vista, Fla., and presented to Henry Seton,, March 8, 1865

 File — Box: 29, Folder: 249
Identifier: Series XVI.
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The collection contains the papers of the Seton family of New York City and the Jevons family of Liverpool, England and New York City. Seton Jevons family members who feature prominently in the collection include Robert Seton, Thomas Seton Jevons, Isabel Seton Jevons, and others.Included in the collection are: correspondence, photographs, drawings and engravings; holy cards and death notices; postcards and menus; bills and legal papers; genealogical material; report cards;...
Dates: March 8, 1865

Correspondence, , 1881 and 1898

 File — Box: 29, Folder: 250
Identifier: Series XVII.
Scope and Contents note From the Series:

Correspondents of Robert Seton included: Agnes M. Wood, John Crimmins (NYC), P.E. Smyth, Pastor, St. Joseph's, and Robert Fitzpatrick (student, Seton Hall).

Dates: 1881 and 1898

Correspondence from W. Seton, , 1902

 File — Box: 29, Folder: 251
Identifier: Series XVII.
Scope and Contents note From the Series:

Correspondents of Robert Seton included: Agnes M. Wood, John Crimmins (NYC), P.E. Smyth, Pastor, St. Joseph's, and Robert Fitzpatrick (student, Seton Hall).

Dates: 1902