This collection documents four generations of the Horn and Warren
families of New York, Springfield, Missouri, and Southern California, from 1809 to 1960. Includes papers of the family
of Glendora, California, fruit rancher Charles C. Warren (died 1941) and his wife, Minnie Warren (died 1955), including financial
kept by Minnie Warren from 1932-1953, and appointment books kept by Warren family members from 1897-1906; family correspondence
dating from 1815 to 1906; and a seaman's journal, which tracks the voyages of Captain Alexander Horn, (d. 1817) between New
York and New Orleans
and between New York and the British Isles from 1809-1812.
Captain Alexander Horn managed the ships “Hokar” and “Cato,” traveling between New
York, New Orleans, and the British Isles from 1809 to 1812. It is presumed he died
in 1817 when his ship was lost at sea.
122 items in 8 boxes + 2
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