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Grant, Elijah P. (1808-1874). Papers, 1843-48
Collection identifier: 661
Extent: 1.0 microfilm reel
Scope and Contents:
Elijah P. Grant was a prominent advocate of Fourierist socialism who founded a phalanx in Ohio in the 1840s. This microfilm includes letterbooks (1843-45), a diary from 1845, and other correspondence and papers from the Ohio phalanx, the originals of which are held by the University of Chicago Library.