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Papers of James Curtis Booth, 1785-1944

Author: James Curtis Booth; Marian S Carson
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection falls naturally into three parts. The first and largest part concerns James Curtis Booth, his student days in Germany, and his long career at the U.S. Mint at Philadelphia. The second part contains writings, mostly letters, to and from Booth's wife and daughters. These are personal in nature. The final part contains writings by other members of Booth's family, including material by his father,  Read more...
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Named Person: Ann Booth; Amyntor.; Laurette Booth; Margaret Booth; Margaret Cardeza Booth; George Booth; Campbell Morfit; Friedrich Wöhler; Michael Faraday; Henry Carrington Bolton
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: James Curtis Booth; Marian S Carson
OCLC Number: 62406222
Language Note: Text in English and German.
Notes: This collection represents material created by several generations of the Booth Family. The material created by James Curtis Booth is professional in nature. Material by his daughters and other family members is more personal in nature. There are also literary works, some of them published by George ("Amyntor") Booth, the father of James.
Collection contains manuscript letters from Henry Carrington Bolton, Michael Faraday, Campbell Morfit, and Friederich Wöhler.
Description: 14 boxes (5.1 linear ft.)
Other Titles: James Curtis Booth Papers.

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The collection falls naturally into three parts. The first and largest part concerns James Curtis Booth, his student days in Germany, and his long career at the U.S. Mint at Philadelphia. The second part contains writings, mostly letters, to and from Booth's wife and daughters. These are personal in nature. The final part contains writings by other members of Booth's family, including material by his father, George Booth, who published under the pen-name "Amyntor."

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