Louise Brown Family papers
The Louise Brown Family papers are those of a Lawrence, Kansas, family during the late 1800s and early 1900s.
- 1874, 1889-1917
- Brown, Louise (Family)
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Biography of Louise Brown Family
Little is known of the Louise Brown family; it is unclear when and to whom she was born and when she married. Brown resided at 816 New Jersey, Lawrence, Kansas for at least five years. By 1917, a son, William C, and his wife, Bertha, were proprietors of the Lawrence Pantatorium, a dry cleaning business at 12 West 9th Street.
Scope and Contents
The Louise Brown Family papers date from 1874 and 1889-1917. They consist of correspondence, a fraternal order card (for the International Order of Twelve, Kansas-Nebraska Jurisdiction), a bank booklet, a certificate, Lawrence Pantatorium bill, and a few miscellaneous notes.
RH MS P328
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, George Catt, 1977.
- Guide to the Louise Brown Family Collection
- Louise Brown Family papers
- Finding aid prepared by lgg, 1978; Finding aid encoded by mg 2004; revised by mbw, 2010.
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- Preferred citation
Louise Brown Family Collection, Kansas Collection, RH MS P328, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas Libraries