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Joseph Stanley-Brown papers, 1730-1941

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BOX 9 Superintendency Files, circa 1845-1899
Notes by Stanley-Brown and others, his notebook, correspondence between governmental and corporate officials and businessmen, extracts from seal blotters (tallies of seals killed and skinned), catalogs, and financial papers relating to sealing, to the operation of the North American Commercial Co. in Alaska and in the United States, and to the market for sealskins in London. Includes an unsigned description of the wildlife of mid-nineteenth-century St. Paul’s Island, written in Russian (probably composed by Innokentii Kassianov Shaiashnikov) and a map, probably of part of Unalaska Island.
Arranged by type of material.
BOX 9 Notes and notebook, 1894-1898, undated
BOX 9 Correspondence, 1894-1898
BOX 9 Reports, 1894-1897
BOX 9 Natural history of St. Paul’s Island, circa 1845
BOX 9 Extracts from seal blotters, 1892-1894
BOX 9 Catalogs of sales of sealskins, 1894-1897
BOX 9 Financial papers, circa 1893-1898, undated
BOX 9 Map, circa 1895
BOX 9 Miscellany, 1894-1899
BOX 9 Miscellany, 1745-circa 1914
Clipped newspaper and magazine articles, mostly relating to sealing, unidentified notes, general printed matter, and a transcript.
Arranged by type of material and therein chronologically.
BOX 9 Newspaper and magazine articles
BOX 9 1890-1891
BOX 9 1892-circa 1914, undated
BOX 9 General, 1745-1906 (includes transcript)

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