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Guide to the Guion Family Papers
circa 1870-1930, 1968
 MS 3013

New-York Historical Society
170 Central Park West
New York, NY 10024
Phone: (212) 873-3400


© 2011 New-York Historical Society

Collection processed by Jennifer Gargiulo

This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit on August 09, 2017 using Describing Archives: A Content Standard

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Open to qualified researchers.

Portions of the collection that have been microfilmed will be brought to the researcher in that format and can be made available by Interlibrary loan. Researchers on site may print out unlimited copies from microfilm reader-printer machines at per-exposure rates. See guidelines in Reading Room for details.

Photocopying undertaken by staff only. Limited to twenty exposures of stable, unbound material per day. (Researchers may not accrue unused copy amounts from previous days.)

Items that include presidential signatures will be presented to researchers in duplicate form.

Use Restrictions

This collection is owned by the New-York Historical Society. The copyright law of the United States governs the making of photocopies and protects unpublished materials as well as published materials. Unpublished materials created before January 1, 1978 cannot be quoted in publication without permission of the copyright holder.

Preferred Citation Note

This collection should be cited as Guion Family Papers, MS 3013, The New-York Historical Society.

Related Materials at New York Historical Society

The diary of Mary Guion Brown (1782-1871) is housed in the Manuscripts Department of the New-York Historical Society with the call number BV Guion, Mary

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Donated by the descendants of the Guion Family post-1968.

Processing Information Note

The collection was processed in July 2016 by archival intern Jennifer Gargiulo. A small number of oversize items were added to the finding aid in August 2017 by archivist Larry Weimer.