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Family papers, 1809-1971.

Author: William Gordon CloydBryan WilsonLillian McKinney CloydJohn Cowen Campbell, ReverendFrederick Holmes CloydAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Personal and business correspondence, financial records, clippings, office files, documents, ledgers and scrapbooks. The collection reflects the life of a small town lawyer and his family. A significant portion of the collection is the papers, office and case files of Bryan Wilson, William Cloyd's son-in-law, a real estate attorney in St. Louis who relocated to Bement and was village attorney as well as conducting a
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Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William Gordon Cloyd; Bryan Wilson; Lillian McKinney Cloyd; John Cowen Campbell, Reverend; Frederick Holmes Cloyd; Campbell family.; Ewing family.; McKinney family.; Rogers family.; W.S. Pierce Company.; Northern Woolen Manufacturing Company.; Unquomonk Manfacturing Company.
OCLC Number: 23273380
Notes: 12 bound volumes.
3 cubic feet of photographs, broadsides, artifacts and published material were transferred out of the collection.
Description: 22 linear ft. (20 boxes)

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Personal and business correspondence, financial records, clippings, office files, documents, ledgers and scrapbooks. The collection reflects the life of a small town lawyer and his family. A significant portion of the collection is the papers, office and case files of Bryan Wilson, William Cloyd's son-in-law, a real estate attorney in St. Louis who relocated to Bement and was village attorney as well as conducting a private legal practice.

Files from Cloyd's legal offices include material of the W.S. Pierce Company, Northern Woolen Manufacturing and Unquomonk Manufacturing Company. The collection also includes earlier papers of the Cloyd family and Rev. John C. Campbell, a Presbyterian minister, as well as papers concerning the McKinney, Ewing and Rodgers families. Also included is material from Wilson's and Frederick Cloyd's World War I careers.

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