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Elizabeth Madison Braly Papers
1964-2  
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Description
Genealogical research and other material collected by Elizabeth Madison Braly, daughter of James Madison Braly and Susan I. Braly, sister to Bertha Hyde Braly. Includes Braly, Madison and Hyde family genealogy research, and papers and correspondence related to the families of John Eusebius Braly and James Madison Braly.
Background
Elizabeth Madison Braly was the daughter of James Madison Braly and Susan Isabella Braly, and sister to Bertha Hyde Braly. James M. Braly was a native of Missouri who originally came to California in 1850. He farmed in Santa Clara County on and off until 1864, when he settled in San Jose and opened up several businesses. In 1881 he left for Fresno, where he was involved in real estate. His wife Susan Isabella Braly was the daughter of Rev. John Eusebius Braly and Susan Hyde Braly. The Bertha Hyde Braly scholarship at Stanford University was created by sister Elizabeth Madison Braly in her honor.
Extent
2 linear feet (4 boxes)
Restrictions
Contact the Curator of Library & Archives for information about reproduction and publication.
Availability
The collection is open to the public for research by appointment with the Curator of Libary & Archives.