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  • National Trap Court Case Documents 1952
    Legal Documents regarding a suit filed against George F Miller,Jr. by John R Raymond. Mr. Raymond...
    Format: Text
    Subjects: Business Records, Cold Storages, Commercial Street (Provincetown, Mass.), Fish trade--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Fish trapping, Fishermen, Fishers--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Fishing boats--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Industries, Letters, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--20th century, Weirs
  • National Weir Co. Correspondence- Legal Advice
    Letter to Mr. Snow from Henry F Wood,Counselor at Law, Boston, Mass. dated April 6, 1921...
    Format: Text
    Subjects: Business Records, Cold Storages, Commercial Street (Provincetown, Mass.), Financial Records, Fish trade--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Fish trapping, Fishing, Fishing villages--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Industries, Letters, Truro (Mass.)--History--20th century, Weirs
  • Nathaniel Atwood Correspondence
    Letter from Francis Lousada, British Consulate in Boston, to N.E. Atwood requesting information...
    Collection: Atwood
    Format: Text
    Subjects: British, Captains, Cetacean (Schooner), Letters, Lone Star (Brig), Provincetown (Mass.)--History--19th century, Schooners, Shipwrecks, Atwood, Nathaniel
  • National Park Service Letter to Moffett
    Archeological base map and inventory.
    Collection: Moffett
    Format: Text
    Subjects: Archaeology, Cape Cod National Seashore (Mass.), Letters, Moffett, Ross
  • MacMillan Correspondence
    April 25, 1958 letter from Donald MacMillan to James V. Coyne, Jr. accepting position on the...
    Collection: MacMillan
    Format: Text
    Subjects: Barnstable County (Mass.) History, Historical museums--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Letters, Museums--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--20th century, MacMillan, Donald B.
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