Monroe, Wakeman, and Holman Collection
Scope and Contents
Printed items in the Monroe, Wakeman, and Holman Collection of the Pequot Library Association are cataloged separately. See: Catalogue of the Monroe, Wakeman, and Holman Collection of the Pequot Library, Southport, Connecticut, deposited in the Yale University Library. New Haven: Yale University Library, 1960. Autograph manuscript material documenting chiefly eighteenth- and nineteenth-century American history. A small number of seventeenth-century items are present. The collection consists mainly of correspondence and documents from the colonial, revolutionary, Federal, and antebellum periods, but extends well into the post-Civil War era. The collection notably includes a substantial group of the papers of writer and politician Joel Barlow (1754-1812), covering the period 1775-1812.
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Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open to readers. Prior permission is required.
7.14 linear feet (17 boxes)
Organization of the Collection
This collection is organized into series:
- 1, Manuscripts
- 2, Published Materials
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Placed on deposit at the Yale University Library in 1952 by the Pequot Library Assocation, Southport, Connecticut.
- Guide to the Monroe, Wakeman, and Holman Collection
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Part of the Pequot Library Repository