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Haskell family papers, 1878-1951.

Author: Haskell (Family :Edward Wilder HaskellStephen Seymour ThomasBenjamin Briggs HaskellMaria Antoinette HaskellAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Manuscript : Microfilm   Archival Material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Includes papers of the following members of the family: Edward W. Haskell, some relating to oil interests in Rancho Santa Paula y Saticoy; his wife, Maria Antoinette; his daughter, Helen, and her husband, artist Stephen Seymour Thomas; his sons, Benjamin, Burnette, and Edward. Burnette Haskell's papers relate mainly to labor and unions in California and the Kaweah Cooperative Colony.
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Autobiographies
Archives
Albums (Books)
Scrapbooks
Genealogies
Named Person: Haskell family; Edward Wilder 1816-1911 Haskell; Edward Wilder 1816-1911 Haskell; Maria Antoinette Haskell; Anna Haskell; Joseph R Buchanan; Haskell family.; Joseph R Buchanan
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Haskell (Family :; Edward Wilder Haskell; Stephen Seymour Thomas; Benjamin Briggs Haskell; Maria Antoinette Haskell; Helen Montmorenci Thomas; Edward Prince Haskell; Anna Haskell; Burnette G Haskell; Joseph R Buchanan; Henry Clay Dillon; David R Francis; Astaroth Victor Haskell; Jennie Helen Haskell; Hiram Johnson; John Steven McGroarty; J J Martin; Robert Andrews Millikan; Harrison S Morris; Rasmus Nielsen; William Osler, Sir; Charles Sheldon; Theodore Stanton; E A Williams; Federated Trades and Labor Organizations,; Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co. (Saint Louis, Mo.),; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts,
OCLC Number: 122575511
Description: Originals: 9 linear feet (12 boxes, 7 volumes, 1 oversize folder) Copies (of selected items): 7 microfilm reels : negative and positive

Abstract:

Includes papers of the following members of the family: Edward W. Haskell, some relating to oil interests in Rancho Santa Paula y Saticoy; his wife, Maria Antoinette; his daughter, Helen, and her husband, artist Stephen Seymour Thomas; his sons, Benjamin, Burnette, and Edward. Burnette Haskell's papers relate mainly to labor and unions in California and the Kaweah Cooperative Colony.

Also included are papers and diaries of Anne (Fader) Haskell documenting life with her husband, Burnette, and their involvement in the Coast Seamen's Union, the International Workmen's Association, the Nationalist Club of San Francisco, and other trade unions and socialist movements in San Francisco and Kaweah; scrapbooks of clippings and reminiscences, and a genealogy illustrated and written by Burnette Haskell.

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