• Quarto, 4 pages, posted from “Washington Square” New York, “March 29,” no year given, likely 1850’s. The letter writer signs their name “Enquirer” and inquires about Bennett’s opinion on the presumed upcoming American delegation to Paris, France, perhaps concerning some political matter.
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  • Quarto, two pages, written on a bi-folium, postal markings on integral address leaf, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • quarto, 4 pages, folded, postal markings on integral address leaf, some separations along folds, paper lightly browned, else in good legible condition.
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  • 41 letters, 122 manuscript pp., (9 retained mailing envelopes), dated 17 December 1845 to 18 February 1857; with 17 pieces of related ephemera (calling cards, used envelopes, receipts, will, poem, etc.); Of the 41 letters, 10 are undated; and at least 33…
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  • Quarto, three pages, formerly folded, neatly inscribed in ink, very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • octavo, 3 pages, on school stationery, with original mailing envelope, very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • Archive of family correspondence consisting of approximately 474 letters, totaling 2,266 pages of correspondence, most with original mailing envelopes, plus 34 pieces of ephemera (mainly used envelopes), all dated between 4 October 1852 to 14 March 1924. Letters are written in ink,…
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  • Octavo, 35 letters, 484 manuscript pages, dated 26 October 1884 to 10 January 1885, letters mounted on stubs within a leather bound album, boards lacking, spine badly chipped, lettering on spine reads “Letters”; text block split, some leaves loose, edges of some…
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  • Collection of 124 letters, 477 manuscript pages (no retained mailing envelopes) correspondence dated 2 August 1855 - 29 January 1891, with the bulk being from 1867-1873. With: Manuscript diary of Nettie Isbell, dated 1865-1867, small quarto, 246 pages, bound in contemporary ¼…
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  • quarto, one page, on the letterhead of the “Burlington & Missouri River Railroad in Nebraska,” folded, inscribed in ink in a neat legible hand.
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