Peter Goelet Papers
Scope and Contents
Papers of the Goelet family of Amsterdam and New York, N. Y. Includes invoice, 1762, of Jacob Goelet at Amsterdam; and letters, 1763-1779, to Peter Goelet from merchants in Bristol and London, England (including Quakers), concerning goods, finances, and the American Revolution. Also includes receipt, 1879, signed by John Adams Dix; letter, 1882, from Henry V. Poor concerning routes of travel from Terre Haute [Ind.] to New York City; copy of letter of G. F. R. Henderson concerning Richard S. Ewell and a commonplace book, 1793-1861; grant for a War of 1812 service and a 1777 pardon of John Earle by George III.
- Creation: 1762-1886
- Creation: Majority of material found in 1770-1779
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Alternate Extent Statement
Processed by Ellen Strong in 1992.
- Guide to the Peter Goelet Papers
- Finding Aid Authors: Ellen Strong.
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English