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Box 16

 Container

Contains 7 Collections and/or Records:

Seton Jevons family papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Mss 0005
Overview The collection contains the papers of the Seton family of New York City and the Jevons family of Liverpool, England and New York City.

Correspondence, , Jan.-Aug., 1886

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 127
Identifier: Series VII.
Scope and Contents note The bulk of the undated correspondence is from Lucy Jevons Hutton who rarely put the year in her headings. The majority of the letters, however, seem to be from between 1890-1910.

Correspondence, , Sept.-Dec., 1886

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 128
Identifier: Series VII.
Scope and Contents note The bulk of the undated correspondence is from Lucy Jevons Hutton who rarely put the year in her headings. The majority of the letters, however, seem to be from between 1890-1910.

Correspondence, , 1887

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 129
Identifier: Series VII.
Scope and Contents note The bulk of the undated correspondence is from Lucy Jevons Hutton who rarely put the year in her headings. The majority of the letters, however, seem to be from between 1890-1910.

Correspondence, , 1888

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 130
Identifier: Series VII.
Scope and Contents note The bulk of the undated correspondence is from Lucy Jevons Hutton who rarely put the year in her headings. The majority of the letters, however, seem to be from between 1890-1910.

Correspondence, , Jan.-May, 1889

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 131
Identifier: Series VII.
Scope and Contents note The bulk of the undated correspondence is from Lucy Jevons Hutton who rarely put the year in her headings. The majority of the letters, however, seem to be from between 1890-1910.

Correspondence, , June-Dec., 1889

 File — Box: 16, Folder: 132
Identifier: Series VII.
Scope and Contents note The bulk of the undated correspondence is from Lucy Jevons Hutton who rarely put the year in her headings. The majority of the letters, however, seem to be from between 1890-1910.