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Papers, 1840-1954.

Author: Mott family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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This collection is a random group of papers of three generations of the Mott family. Papers of Jordan Lawrence Mott include 51 deeds, letters, and leases showing Mott's subdivision, improvement, and letting of this property. Correspondence of J.L. Mott II is mostly from well-known people in English society in the early 20th century. Mrs. Mott was a cousin of the Jerome sisters (Lady Randolph Churchill, Lady Leslie,  Read more...
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Named Person: Jordan L Mott; Jordon Lawrence Mott; Jordon Lawrence Mott; Katharine Jerome Purdy Mott; Caroline Pitkin Mott; Mary Anna Curzon Hamilton Abercorn, Duchess of.; Arthur, Prince Duke of Connaught; Gouverneur Morris; Lewis Morris; Le Baron Russell Briggs; Ednah Dow Cheney; Joseph Benson Gilder; Randolph Spencer Churchill, Lady; Moreton Frewen, Mrs.; Constance Leslie, Lady.; H A Harvey; Frank Earle Schoonover; Christian Schussele; Caspar Whitney
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Mott family.
OCLC Number: 122684823
Description: ca. 300 items (3 boxes)

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This collection is a random group of papers of three generations of the Mott family. Papers of Jordan Lawrence Mott include 51 deeds, letters, and leases showing Mott's subdivision, improvement, and letting of this property. Correspondence of J.L. Mott II is mostly from well-known people in English society in the early 20th century. Mrs. Mott was a cousin of the Jerome sisters (Lady Randolph Churchill, Lady Leslie, and Mrs. Moreton Frewen). Papers of J.L. Mott III include correspondence with publishers about his works, miscellaneous manuscripts, and financial documents. Correspondents include the Duchess of Abercorn, Prince Arthur (Duke of Connaught) and his family, L.B.R. Briggs, Ednah Dow Cheney, Joseph B. Gilder, H.A. Harvey, Lady Constance Leslie, Frank E. Schoonover, Christian Schussele, and Caspar Whitney.

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