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Carl Epping family papers, 1803-1906

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Epping, Carl family.
Title
Carl Epping family papers
Dates
1803-1906 (inclusive)
Quantity
.02 cubic feet (1 folder and 1 oversize folder)
Collection Number
Mss 2602
Summary
Collection includes: Birth certificate for Eugenie-Josephine Galet Perony, 1803, in French with English translation; Manuscript letter to 'My Young Friend' (Mme E. Beaulard) from John A. Beaulard, 1834, in French; Marriage contract, 1850; Presidential pardon for Epping, 1865; Presidential appointment as Vice Consul, 1869; Confederate bonds; Genealogical information, including obituaries for Epping and Angele d'Istra La Coste; Correspondence, 1906, of Epping's heirs, including those living in Portland, Oregon, regarding property confiscated by the federal government during the Civil War; Lock of Epping's hair. Carl Epping (1819-1885) was a timber merchant, Vice Consol of Sweden and Norway and Vice President of Timber Cutters Bank of Georgia.
Repository
Oregon Historical Society, Davies Family Research Library
Davies Family Research Library
Oregon Historical Society
1200 SW Park Avenue
Portland, OR
97205
Telephone: 503-306-5240
Fax: 503-219-2040
libreference@ohs.org
Access Restrictions

The collection is open to the public.

Languages
Some items in this collection are written in French. Some translations are included.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Carl Epping (1819-1885) was a timber merchant, Vice Consol of Sweden and Norway and Vice President of Timber Cutters Bank of Georgia.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Collection includes: Birth certificate for Eugenie-Josephine Galet Perony, 1803, in French with English translation; Manuscript letter to 'My Young Friend' (Mme E. Beaulard) from John A. Beaulard, 1834, in French; Marriage contract, 1850; Presidential pardon for Epping, 1865; Presidential appointment as Vice Consul, 1869; Confederate bonds; Genealogical information, including obituaries for Epping and Angele d'Istra La Coste; Correspondence, 1906, of Epping's heirs, including those living in Portland, Oregon, regarding property confiscated by the federal government during the Civil War; Lock of Epping's hair.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The Oregon Historical Society is the owner of the materials in the Research Library and makes available reproductions for research, publication, and other uses. Written permission must be obtained from the Research Library prior to any use of reproductions. The Society does not necessarily hold copyright to all the materials in the collections. In some cases, permission for use of reproductions may require seeking additional authorization from the copyright holders.

Preferred Citation

Carl Epping Family Papers, Mss 2602, Oregon Historical Society Research Library.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top