Title:Ira Gilbert Smith papers, 1830-1920
Creator/Contributor:Smith, Ira Gilbert, 1811-1889, creator
Creator/Contributor:Smith, Eliza Hubbard, correspondent.
Creator/Contributor:Hubbard, Frances Cornelia Smith, 1853-1920, correspondent.
Creator/Contributor:Smith, E. D. (Ezra Delos), 1854-1926, correspondent.
A number of the papers concern his administration of the estates of Jedediah Strong Smith, 1833-1838, and Austin Smith, 1834-1835;
included are receipts by members of the Smith family; documents signed by David E. Jackson, 1832; B.F. Edwards, 1834; Farrar
& (M.) Martin, Henry Chouteau, Charles Collins, and A.H. Evans, 1835; Wood & Shaw, 1847-1848; and promissory notes relating
to Dan Wilder, 1830; Jinks Smith, 1838, and Gustavus Hills, 1839. Other items include two letters by Ira G. and Eliza (Hubbard)
Smith to her parents, 1835; and various papers of their daughter, Frances Cornelia (Smith) Hubbard, 1853-1920; among the latter
is her account of a voyage from California to the States via the Isthmus, 1853; reminiscences of a journey to New Mexico in
later life; and three letters from E.D. Smith, 1913-1914.
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Smith, Ira Gilbert -- 1811-1889 -- Archives
Hubbard, Frances Cornelia Smith -- 1853-1920 -- Archives
Smith, Jedediah Strong -- 1799-1831
Smith, Jedediah Strong -- 1799-1831 -- Family
Voyages to the Pacific coast -- Personal narratives
Panama, Isthmus of (Panama)
New Mexico -- Description and travel
Ira Gilbert Smith papers, BANC MSS P-W 45, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Ira Gilbert Smith was a Santa Fe trader, 1832-1834, a St. Louis merchant, 1835, a California emigrant, 1850, and later a farmer
Forms part of the Jedediah Smith family papers.
1 box (0.2 linear feet)
BANC MSS P-W 45 box 1