University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
The Lars Gustaf Sellstedt family collection is made up of correspondence, poetry, ephemera, and other materials related to Sellstedt and his descendants, particularly his daughter Eva and her husband, Frank H. Potter. The papers pertain to Sellstedt's religious beliefs, his travels in the Caribbean, his interest in fine art, and his influence and legacy in Buffalo, New York. Other items pertain to Frank Potter's life in Berlin, Germany, in the mid-1880s and to the genealogy of the Younglove family
Buffalo History Museum
Book kept by Lars Sellstedt Potter listing his descent through the Bostwick family, as set forth in the Bostwick family genealogy compiled by Henry Anton Bostwick, 1901; ALS, Buell and Helen, to Lars, regarding a book sent as a birthday gift, 16 June 1931; and the Lord's Prayer and Ten Commandments written in miniature by Dr. William K. Scott, Potter's great- grandfather
Buffalo History Museum
Typed copy of speech giving history of the school from its founding in 1927


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