Albert Gallatin: Jeffersonian Financier and Diplomat

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Manuscript Collections
Adams Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston
Archives d'Etat, Geneva, Switzerland
Bass Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society
Nicholas Biddle Papers, Library of Congress, Washington
Budé Manuscripts, Mlle. Antoinette de Budé, Geneva
Carroll-McTavish Papers, Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore
DeWitt Clinton Papers, Columbia University Library, New York City
A. J. Dallas Personal Collection, Library of Congress
Emmet Collection, New York Public Library, New York City
Etting Papers, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Everett Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society
Fayette County Property Rolls and Deed Books, Assessment Room, Fayette County Court House, Uniontown, Pennsylvania
Flagg Papers, New York Public Library
Gallatin Folder, Library of Congress
Gallatin Mementos, Mr. Albert Gallatin, New York City
Gallatin Papers, New-York Historical Society, New York City
Simon Gratz Collection, Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Harvard College Records, Archives, Widener Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Henrico County Marriage Bonds, Henrico County Court House, Richmond, Virginia
William Irvine Papers, Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Thomas Jefferson Papers, Library of Congress
William Jones Papers, U. C. Smith Collection, Historical Society of Pennsylvania
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