Edwin S. Randall Letters
Scope and Contents
Collection contains three letters from Edwin S. Randall to his mother from the midwest, including one from Council Bluffs, Iowa (1859) on his way to the "Pikes Peak" mines. Two letters (1874) to his wife, written from Pueblo and Colorado Springs.
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Biographical / Historical
Edwin S. Randall was a pioneer Colo. stockman. B. Mount Holly, Vt.; lived for a time in Iowa or Illinois before moving to Colorado 1859. In 1876 elected to the Senate of the first Colorado General Assembly.
1 envelope(s) (5 items)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Adele Randall Lawton (daughter), 1948.
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- Anglo American Cataloguing Rules
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