The Jardine family collection consists primarily of personal and business correspondence between 1893 and 1941. The majority
of the folders contain family letters, correspondence with friends, photographs, postcards, wedding invitations and poems.
Also included are financial reports and statements from the various business associations in which the Jardine family took
The Jardine family can be traced to mid-seventeenth century England. Certain documented letters indicate that John Jardine
I's ancestors, by 1900, had dispersed to four continents in at least one hundred different cities.
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to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be
obtained by the reader.
Collection is open for research by appointment only.