Orion Ashenfelter papers
Scope and Contents
Collection contains a total of nineteen letters written by Orion Ashenfelter to his family. Ashenfelter was born on December 28, 1875. He was on duty with the U.S. Navy at the time that the letters were written. The first letter is dated March 3, 1900 and the last letter is dated November 3, 1901. Topics discussed in letters include personal family matters as well as events that occurred during Ashenfelter's time in service.
- Ashenfelter, Orion (Person)
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0.21 Linear Feet (1 box)
Language of Materials
A collection of nineteen letters written by Orion Ashenfelter to his family while on his tour of duty in the U.S. Navy, which began on January 29, 1900. Included in these letters is an eyewitness account of events during the Boxer Rebellion in China.
- Finding aid for the Orion Ashenfelter papers
- Stephanie Cipres
- 2014 November
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