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Lancaster County Historical Society Archives

CPC Catalog > Organization: Lancaster County Historical Society Archives

Location [ map ]
230 North President Avenue
Lancaster, PA 17603

Description: is a community-based, not-for-profit organization established to educate the public on the history of Lancaster County and its place in the history of Pennsylvania and the United States, to advance the missions of regional historical organizations, and to promote the acquisition, preservation, and interpretation of resources representing the history of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania within the broader context of state and national history, including the life and legacy of America's fifteenth president, James Buchanan, and to preserve and maintain Wheatland, his home.

Categories: James Buchanan,

The James Buchanan collection, 1816-1991

Note that this is an incomplete collections list. Please contact the organization directly for the most current information about their holdings.

The James Buchanan collection, 1816-1991

1.5 cubic ft.
Collection contains material by and about James Buchanan, fifteenth president of the United States, who made his home in Lancaster, Pa. Included are correspondence (originals and copies), legal and personal documents relating to his estate, pamphlets, speeches, newspaper clippings, family genealogy, and materials written about Buchanan. Also, Charles Kessler's original manuscript for James Buchanan, the White House Years, 1991.
May not be photocopied.
Finding aid in the repository: Manuscript group index at the Reference Desk; folder level control.

1.5 cubic feet

Presidential content includes:

- James Buchanan

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