W.R.H. Treadway letterbook, M2001
Scope and Contents
According to a note from former University Archivist Howard Williams, the letterbook contains "copies of letters relating to such topics as hiring of printers, buying paper and the sale of law books," as well as "receipts, for payments to printers, workmen, and suppliers."
- 1831-1835, 1977
- Treadway, W.R.H. (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
According to a note from former University Archivist Howard Williams, Treadway lived from 1795-1836 and was a printer and publisher of law books in Hamilton, New York. He built a house in 1833 that Madison University bought in 1868 as a house for Ebenezer Dodge.
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- W.R.H. Treadway letterbook
- Allyson Smally
- July 13, 2016
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard