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There are twenty-four Garrison family members represented in Garrison Family Papers, Series 3: Correspondence, Part B: Family Letters__Generation Four, 1874_1974: Marion Knight Garrison Chubb, Agnes Garrison, Alice Kirkham Garrison, Charles Garrison, Margaret Carret Garrison, Edith Stephenson Garrison, Eleanor Garrison, Fanny Garrison, Frank Wright Garrison, Mildred Yarnall Garrison, Lloyd McKim Garrison, Philip McKim Garrison, Rhodes Garrison, Marianne Baehrecke Garrison, Wendell Holmes Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison (1874), Charles Dyer Norton, Katherine Garrison Norton, Garrison Villard, Helen Villard, Harold Villard, Mariquita Serrano Villard, Oswald Garrison Villard, and Julia Sandford Villard. Letters of Agnes, Eleanor, Frank Wright, William Lloyd (1874), Edith, and Katherine are especially significant due to their content and quantity.

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