Gilman Marston papers
The papers of Gilman Marston contain correspondence with family, friends, and political acquaintances including George Barstow, Nathaniel Wright Dewey, Horace Everett, Alexander George Johnson, George Foster Shepley and Alexander Strong Wheeler. The letters document his rise to fame and prominence and his entry into the progressive politics of the early Republican Party. Also included are essays and speeches, legal and business documents, including legal opinions, pleadings, deeds and receipts, as well as and compositions done while a student at Dartmouth.
- 1833 - 1859
- Majority of material found within 1830 - 1912
- Marston, Gilman, 1811-1890 (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.
1.5 linear ft. (1 box)
Language of Materials
Gilman Marston (1811-1890), lawyer and politician. Dartmouth College Class of 1837. The collection consists of personal and professional correspondence as well as legal and business documents, speeches, essays and student compositions, documenting Marston's career as a lawyer and politician.
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