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Charles and Cora Bonney Correspondence


Held at: Princeton University Library: Manuscripts Division [Contact Us]

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Charles A. Bonney travelled from Maine to the American West in 1883-1885, passing through Montana, Iowa, Washington, Oregon, and California and working at various frams and ranches along the way. His family, including wife Cora Bonney, remained in Maine.

Contains correspondence between Charles Bonney and his wife Cora while Charles was travelling in the American West.

Arranged chronologically.

No acquisition information is available.

Folder inventory added 2012 by Feng Zhu '14.

No materials were separated during 2012 processing.

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Collection Inventory

Charles and Cora Bonney Correspondence, 1883 April 10-1885 June 28. 3 folders.
Physical Description

3 folders

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