Richard Vaux letterbook, Northumberland County land warrants, and Germantown Monthly meeting letter

Comprising this donation is the following: Richard Vaux letterbook, 1782-1783, containing copies of letters from Richard Vaux (1751-1790), a Philadelphia merchant who dealt with trans-Atlantic trade, while overseas in places such as London, Ostend, and Saint Thomas, to various business partners; two...

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Corporate Author: Germantown Friends School (source)
Collection:Richard Vaux Letterbook, Northumberland County Land Warrants, and Germantown Monthly Meeting Letter
Collection Number:4281
Format: Manuscript
Language:Elamite
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