George Lewis Crawford papers on the Pennsylvania oil industry
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George L. Crawford was born in 1832. He attended Princeton University and graduated with a degree in law in 1851. Crawford practiced law in Philadelphia, eventually co-founding the law firm Crawford and Dallas. George L. Crawford passed away in 1908. Among his clients were several oil men and businesses involved in Pennsylvania's early oil industry.
By: Timothy Walsh
- George Lewis Crawford Papers on the Pennsylvania Oil Industry, 1864-1879: A Finding Aid
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