Daniel Gilman and Co. correspondence
The collection contains correspondence between Nicholas Gilman and his brother Daniel concerning the work of their firm Daniel Gilman and Co., of Boston. The firm imported wine and other foods from Europe, particularly from France, to the United States. Included in the correspondence is information on international commerce, the wine trade, currency speculation, and the costs of shipping. Also included is information on contemporary figures and affairs including Lafayette, Cornwallis, Louis XVI of France, and French and English conflicts and treaties. The correspondence treats New Hampshire politics, history, and figures including John Taylor Gilman and Jeremiah Smith.
- 1790 - 1802
- Daniel Gilman and Co. (Organization)
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.25 linear ft. (1 box)
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Daniel Gilman and Company, merchant, Boston, Massachusetts. The collection contains correspondence between Nicholas Gilman and his brother Daniel concerning the work of their firm Daniel Gilman and Co., of Boston.
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