Theodore C. Link Family Papers
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Scope and Contents Note

The collection consists of correspondence, business and legal documents and miscellaneous items. The earliest papers relate to the activities of Robert Wash, 1790-1856, St. Louis lawyer and landowner, particularly to his efforts to establish his right to land through New Madrid Claims. A middle group includes items concerning George W. Goode, 1815-1863, and his son Robert W. Goode, both St. Louis lawyers, and Sarpy Carr Cabanne, St. Louis businessman. Two smaller groups in the later years covered by the collection and including only a few items each include legal opinions by Leverett Bell, St. Louis lawyer, 5 items, and papers of the architectural firm of Link, Rosenheim & Ittner, St. Louis, ca. 25 items. A misc. section includes an unidentified photograph, clippings and advertisements, 6 items.


The collection consists of correspondence, business and legal documents and miscellaneous items. The earliest papers relate to the activities of Robert Wash, 1790-1856, St. Louis lawyer and landowner, particularly to his efforts to establish his right to land through New Madrid Claims. A middle group includes items concerning George W. Goode, 1815-1863, and his son Robert W. Goode, both St. Louis lawyers, and Sarpy Carr Cabanne, St. Louis businessman. Two smaller groups in the later years covered by the collection and including only a few items each include legal opinions by Leverett Bell, St. Louis lawyer, 5 items, and papers of the architectural firm of Link, Rosenheim & Ittner, St. Louis, ca. 25 items. A misc. section includes an unidentified photograph, clippings and advertisements, 6 items.