3 edition of James G. Swan papers, 1852-1907 found in the catalog.
James G. Swan papers, 1852-1907
James Gilchrist Swan
by Microfilmed for the University of British Columbia Library, Special Collections and University Archives Division by Precision Micrographic Services Ltd. in Vancouver, B.C
Written in English
The papers contain extensive correspondence that reflects Swan"s personal life and professional work as a collector of Indian artifacts, as well as several cashbooks, estate records and miscellaneous items. The papers also include the official records of Swan"s work as Notary Public, U.S. Commissioner, Pilot Commissioner, Hawaiian Consul, and Commissioner of Oregon.
Guide, Inventory of James G. Swan papers, 1852-1907 / prepared by Jane Turner, is also found on reel 1.
|Contributions||Turner, Jane., University of British Columbia. Library. Special Collections Division., Precision Micrographic Services, Ltd.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9 microfilm reels|
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