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|Creator:||George W. Wiedenmayer|
|Title:||George W. Wiedenmayer Papers|
|Abstract:||This collection consists of various documents pertaining to George William Wiedenmayer, including correspondence, certificates, postcards and theater programs.|
|Quantity:||.01 linear feet/ 1 folder|
|Collection Number:||MG 1566|
George W. Wiedenmayer was Delegate to the National Rivers and Harbors Congress for the state of New Jersey who lived in Newark, New Jersey. He was also a part of The Imperial Council of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.
This collection consists of various documents pertaining to George William Wiedenmayer. The bulk of the collection is various theater programs from France and Germany, as well as the United States. A copy of Mary Amelia Schmid's will and accounting papers are also included along with numerous correspondences from the State of New Jersey Executive Department. Other items include booklets about Maidenhead, England and a postcard of the ship "Westernland."
|The entries below represent persons, organizations, topics, forms, and occupations documented in this collection.|
|Wiedenmayer, George W.|
|Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine for North America. Imperial Grand Council.|
This collection should be cited as: Manuscript group 1566, George W. Wiedenmayer Papers, The New Jersey Historical Society.
The source of this collection is unknown.
|1||1||Correspondence from Office of Imperial Potentate||1905 Jul. 14|
|1||1||Correspondence from the Department of State, Washington||1905 Jan. 30|
|1||1||Correspondence from N.J. Executive Dept.||1906 Apr. 2-1907 Nov. 30|
|1||1||Certificate from the National Rivers and Harbors Congress||1907 Nov. 13|
|1||1||Copy of Mary Amelia Schmid's will.||1907 Dec. 28|
|1||1||Postcard of "Westernland"||n.d.|
|1||1||Booklet of Maidenhead||n.d.|
|1||1||Letter from Sally Jane Blarcorn||1919 Aug. 5|
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