Tuck Family Papers, 1832 - 1938Manuscript MS-442

Collection Overview


Tuck Family Papers, 1832 - 1938

Call Number:

Manuscript MS-442

Collection Dates:

1832 - 1938

Size of Collection:

27 boxes (19 linear ft.)


The Tuck Family Papers contain correspondence, diaries, photographs, published material of Amos and Edward Tuck as well as the French family. Includes material on bimetalism, Dartmouth College, politics and diplomacy. Correspondents include N.M. Butler, S.B. Dow, Ernest M. Hopkins, A.B. Paine, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Franklin D. Roosevelt, A.D. Smith, and George E. Warren. Also includes numerous Tuck family scrapbooks with correspondence, photographs and printed ephemera of the Tuck and French families. Many of the letters are annotated by Amos Tuck French and discuss topics such as family, business, charitable giving, and the Tuck home Chateau Vert-Mont in Rueil-Malmaison, France.

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