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Correspondence of George A. Huron who was appointed guardian of Boston Corbett after he was committed to an insane asylum in Topeka, Kansas. Corbett is known as the man who killed John Wilkes Booth following President Lincoln's assassination. Corbett escaped from the asylum in May 1888. This correspondence relates to Huron's guardianship of Corbett and matters of his estate following his disappearance and presumed death.

Date: 1887-1913


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Correspondence of George Huron concerning Boston Corbett - 1 [1887]

Item Number: 307434
Call Number: Boston Corbett Coll. #318, Box 2
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 307434

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