Finding Aid for the Samuel H. Kline papers
Table of Contents
Finding aid prepared by Claude Zachary, 1999
- USC Libraries Special Collections
- Kline, Samuel H., 1837-1917
- Samuel H. Kline papers
- Collection no.
- Date [inclusive]
- 1.0 linear ft.
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- Samuel Kline (1837-1917) was a Boston businessman who retired to San Diego, California in 1902. His papers include his detailed memoirs in which he wrote about his two-hundred-year family history, his childhood in upper New York State, his experiences in the Civil War, and his years in the shoe and leather trades.
[Identification of item], Samuel H. Kline papers, Collection no. 0006, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California.
Samuel Kline (1837-1917) was a Boston businessman who retired to San Diego, California in 1902.
Scope and Content
Handwritten detailed memoirs of Boston businessman. Kline wrote about his two-hundred-year family history, his childhood in upper New York State, his experiences in the Civil War, and his years in the shoe and leather trades.
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Finding aid updated and revised by Sue Luftschein, October 2010
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Controlled Access Headings
- Boston (Mass.)--History--Archival resources
- San Diego (Calif.)--History--Archival resources
- United States--History--Archival resources
- Kline, Samuel H., 1837-1917 -- Archives
- Businessmen--California--San Diego--Archival resources
- Businessmen--Massachusetts--Boston--Archival resources
- Leather garments industry--Massachusetts--Boston--Archival resources