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Finding Aid to the Powell and Sparkman Family Papers MS.218
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Philip Stedman Sparkman studied and wrote out the vocabulary of the Luiseño people of Southern California, and he corresponded with Charles F. Lummis and Frederick Webb Hodge. This collection includes family, financial, and legal papers of John Sparkman, Philip Stedman, Philip Stedman Sparkman, John Stedman Sparkman, Alice Ann Sparkman Powell, and Rodney W. Powell, spanning mostly from 1808-1919. Photographs in this collection range from 1872-1962.
Philip Steadman Sparkman, 1865-1907
1.3 Linear feet (2 boxes)
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