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Copies of correspondence both received and sent by Captain Henry Kuhn dating from after the Civil War until shortly before his death in 1898. Some of the letters are illegible. Much of the correspondence regards Kuhn's banking and other financial interests, particularly in Leavenworth, as well as other business and personal affairs, including during his time as an Indian agent in the Oklahoma area. Kuhn was county surveyor and township clerk in Atchison County, Indian agent in the Indian territory, publisher of a Marion County newspaper, and was otherwise a prominent Kansas citizen of the nineteenth century.

Creator: Kuhn, Henry, 1830-1900
Date: 1867-1898

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Henry Kuhn collection letterpress books - Front Cover, Vol. 1, 1867-1877

Item Number: 212591
Call Number: Henry Kuhn Coll. #411, Box 2 Folders 1-4
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 212591

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