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Guide to the Joseph W. Greene Research Notes
circa 1926–1939
 MS 3122

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Greene, Joseph Warren, 1875-1939.
Title: Joseph W. Greene research notes
Dates [inclusive]: circa 1926–1939
Abstract: Research notes on historical topics—transportation by stage, steam, and rail; inns, streets, and land grants—pertaining to New York and New England, assembled by Joseph Warren Greene Jr. (1875–1939), who contributed at least two articles to The New-York Historical Society Quarterly Bulletin in the 1920s.
Quantity: 8 Linear feet (in 8 record cartons)
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Language: The documents in this collection are in English.
Call Phrase: MS 3122