Henry Raup Wagner, 1862-1957, was an avid book collector and author. He settled in California with his wife, Blanche Henrietta
Collet, circa 1917. In the 1890s, he started collecting books on Spanish history, metallurgy, and mining. He also amassed
collections on Ireland, Mexico, and the American West. Wagner died in 1957 March 28. The
Henry Raup Wagner Collection includes publications and correspondence by or about Wagner and 19th Century Mexican and Chilean newspapers collected by
Wagner. The collection also includes duplicate pages, maps, and book illustrations from Wagner's
Spanish Explorations in the Strait of Juan De Fuca, printed in 1933. The material in this collection was created from 1837 to 1970.
Henry Raup Wagner, 1862-1957
1.5 Linear feet
1HBL7, 1RB5, 1flat newspaper box
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