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Latrobe, John H. B. (John Hazlehurst Boneval), 1803-1891


Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company business letters

Identifier: MS 1925

This collection contains the inter-company communications and incoming letters and telegrams within the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company, 1854-1881.

Dates: 1854-1881

John H. B. Latrobe family collection

Identifier: MS 0526

This collection consists of John H. B. Latrobe's writings as well as materials related to the Civil War military careers of John's sons Osmun Latrobe and R. Steuart Latrobe; and one item relating to R. Steuart's son Osmun Latrobe (1874-1939).

Dates: 1828-1947

John H. B. Latrobe papers

Identifier: MS 0523

This collection contains correspondence, diaries, letterbooks, and scrapbooks relating to John Hazlehurst Boneval Latrobe and his family from 1796-1853.

Dates: 1796-1853

Maryland State Colonization Society records

Identifier: MS 0571

The official records of the Maryland Colonization Society, providing a full history of the administration of the society and information on the colony of Liberia.

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Dates: 1827-1902; Majority of material found in 1827-1871

Robert Goodloe Harper family papers

Identifier: MS 0431
Abstract The Robert Goodloe Harper Family Papers consist of manuscripts belonging to the Harper, Carroll, and Pennington families. The collection begins in 1747 with a file of letters to Richard Croxall on the Baltimore Iron Works and concludes in the twentieth century with papers of various members of the Pennington family. The bulk of the collection, from 1784 to 1825, centers around Robert Goodloe Harper (1765-1825) and his wife, Catharine Carroll Harper (1778-1861), and include correspondence...
Dates: 1747-1910; Majority of material found in 1784-1825