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Guide to the New York Crystal Palace Records
1840-1858
 MS 443.13

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Finding Aid is written in English.

Descriptive Summary

 
Creator: Association for the Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations.
Title: The New York Crystal Palace Records
Dates [inclusive]: 1840-1858
Abstract: The Crystal Palace, constructed in 1853 in New York City, was a glass and iron exhibit building built for the World's Fair of the Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations. The New York City Crystal Palace papers contain the correspondence, financial, and organizational papers of Theodore Sedgwick (1811-1859), who was president of the Association between 1852-1854.
Quantity: 1.2 Linear feet (3 boxes)
Language of Materials Note: The bulk of the New York City Crystal Palace Papers are written in English. A small number of documents, including a newspaper, circulars, correspondence, and reports are written in Italian, French, and German.
Mixed materials [Box]: 3
Mixed materials [Box]: 2
Mixed materials [Box]: 1
Call Phrase: MS 443.13