The extended Blair-Janin-Jesup-Croghan family came to include numerous relatives in all parts of the U. S., many of them in
frequent contact with each other. Most of the collection falls between 1850-1930; the earlier pieces are mainly land papers
from Louisiana and Kenrucky. The collection is arranged alphabetically, by author, in 69 boxes. A complete inventory is available
to readers, and cards for the principal authors are filed in the Alphabetical Section of the Manuscripts Catalogue.
Family papers of Albert Covington Janin and Violet (Blair) Janin, including several sub-collections of the extended Blair
and Janin families.
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