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Box 34

 Container

Contains 7 Results:

Seton Jevons family papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Mss 0005
Abstract

The collection contains the papers of the Seton family of New York City and the Jevons family of Liverpool, England and New York City.

Dates: 1780s-1930

Correspondence, , Dec. 13-31, 1909

 File — Box: 34, Folder: 277
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: Dec. 13-31, 1909

Correspondence, , Jan.-Feb., 1910

 File — Box: 34, Folder: 278
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: Jan.-Feb., 1910

Correspondence, , March-April, 1910

 File — Box: 34, Folder: 279
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: March-April, 1910

Correspondence, , May-Aug., 1910

 File — Box: 34, Folder: 280
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: May-Aug., 1910

Correspondence, , Sept.-Dec., 1910

 File — Box: 34, Folder: 281
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: Sept.-Dec., 1910

Correspondence, , Jan.-March, 1911

 File — Box: 34, Folder: 282
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: Jan.-March, 1911