Morris B. Parker Family Papers,
Identifier: AC 314-p
Scope and Content
Collection consists of a handwritten account of an 1847 trip to San Jose, California via the Santa Fe Trail; a photocopy of "A Ghost Town's Heyday" and "My Story of White Oaks," written by Morris B. Parker in 1945; and other miscellaneous material.
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Morris Brown Parker came to White Oaks, New Mexico, with his family in 1881. He married in 1893. He worked as a mining engineer in New Mexico and Mexico. He and his wife left New Mexico in 1907.
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- Guide to the Morris B. Parker Family Papers, 1847-1945
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