• 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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  • folio, single sheet, old folds, some chipping, and tears along edges, with some minor loss to margins, some stains, spots, and toning. Old paper repairs on verso, along folds, with several recent archival tissue reinforcements, else in good legible condition. Docketed on…
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  • quarto, 4 pages, including stampless address leaf, small hole from seal opening, few slight defects along folds, else very good.
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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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  • Small quarto album, containing 114 black and white photographs, mainly silver prints, the album is bound in original half leather, marbled paper boards, the photographs are mounted onto sheets of paper in album; the paper stock of these leaves is of poor…
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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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  • Four letters, folio, eight pages, written on thin Japanese rice paper, in ink, some folds and nicks, last page a bit torn and chipped, affecting text slightly, otherwise in good, legible condition.
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  • Quarto, printed circular, 2 pages, includes a page of favorable reviews of the magazine by newspapers across the country. Sent to Rev. H. Lyman, Watertown, Mass.
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  • Quarto, approximately 356 letters, on thin tissue like paper, totaling 503 pages, bound in half leather, pebbled cloth, lacks spine, boards detached, corners and edges worn, front flyleaf detached, some water staining, letters dated 28 December 1885 - 17 November 1902. Most…
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