• quarto, 3 pages, plus stampless address leaf, formerly folded, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • quarto, 4 pages, written in ink in a readable hand, mailing envelope not present, else in very good clean condition.
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  • octavo, 3 pages, written on the embossed letter head of the Seymour House, F. J. Tallman, proprietor, accompanied by original advertising mailing envelope for the Seymour House, and a printed menu for Thanksgiving Dinner served at the Seymour House, on Thursday December…
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  • Baltimore: Baltimore Gazette Printers, 1873, octavo, 59 pp., printed in double column format, lacks frontispiece portrait and wrappers, ex-library, bound in later plain gray cloth, red leather spine label, handstamp on title-page, shelf label on spine, else a good copy.
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  • 14 letters, 14 pp. (mostly typed), dated 14 October 1890 to 14 March 1891; of the 14 letters, 13 were written to Mrs. S.L. Oberholtzer, 1 letter is addressed simply “Dear Sir,” but likely the recipient was a Professor Thompson; some minor…
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  • quarto, 132 letters, mounted on paper leaves, promotional broadside for Professor Grady mounted on front paste down (see image above) bound in contemporary ½ leather and marbled boards, back-strip lacking, binding very worn and shaken, rear board detached, but present, interior contents…
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  • quarto, 4 pages, short splits along horizontal folds, neatly inscribed in ink, very good, clean condition.
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  • quarto, three pages, of a bi-folium, separations and splits along folds of second leaf, postal markings on integral address leaf, else in good, legible condition.
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  • Quarto, 1 page, dated 11 November 1856, written by Thomas Rainey to his sister Jennie S. Rainey, recounting a steamer trip from New York City, to Savannah, Georgia, to Florida, and finally to Mobile, Alabama.
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  • Quarto, two pages, neatly and legibly inscribed in ink, very good.
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