• Community Book Shop, Chicago. July 31, 1950. Addressed to “Faculty Member” of the University of Chicago. Edgeworn. Warning that “a gang of hoodlums” were terrorizing Blacks and Jews on East 55th Street in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago:
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  • octavo, 1 page, formerly folded, some light offsetting, else very good.
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  • octavo, one page, formerly folded, written in ink in a clear legible hand.
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  • Syracuse: Loring & Green, Photographers, 64 - 66 So. Salina St., Syracuse, N.Y., 1871, large format albumen photograph, measuring 12 ½ x 14 ¼ inches, on card stock mount, with printed text, identifying the house, and with the photographer’s credit. The mount…
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  • Tampa: Field, nd circa 1880, Albumen photograph, measuring 7 ¼ x 9 ⅛ inches, mounted on a cardstock mount, measuring 7 ⅞ x 9 ⅞ inches, with the photographer’s name, Field, of Tampa, Fla. In gilt on right hand edge. Some spotting…
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  • quarto, three pages, of a bi-folium, old folds, split along central vertical fold, now comprising two sheets, small hole in last leaf occasioned by careless opening, else in very good clean, legible condition. Signed by Coxe and also free franked in Coxe's…
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  • New-York: Printed For the Purchasers, 1823, 16mo, 8 pages, title-leaf with decorative woodcut, pagination incorrect, paper tanned, text pinned together, otherwise very good.
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  • Plain white calling card (1 7/8 x 3 inches) signed in pencil on recto Timoteo Haalilio | Sandwich Islands. On the verso he writes, again in pencil, "I am glad to see Mis [sic] Barnard." Residue of five small glue spots on…
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  • Paris: De L’Imprimerie Royale, 1734, quarto, eight pages, untrimmed and uncut, a fine copy. This concerns the shipping of slaves to America, and their barter against, sugar, cotton and other goods, and gives a specimen of the certificate and bill of lading required.
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  • Providence: A. Crawford Greene & Brother, printers to the Company, 1856
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