• 86 letters, comprising 607 manuscript pages, most with envelopes, written in ink, pencil, with a couple typed. The letters are written in legible hands. The letters are written by Lila and Belle Jacobs mainly to their mother, but also to their father.…
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  • Quarto, three pages of a four page bi-folium, written neatly in ink on a pictorial letter-sheet, depicting the View from Near the Ferry House, U. S. Side, at Niagra Falls, small oil stain at lower right hand corner, else in very good,…
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  • Archive of 622 letters, over 2.700 manuscript pages, with enevelopes, includes a 40 page diary of Elinor E. Weber, plus 20 postcards, photographs, and other ephemeral material.
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  • 221 letters, 1064 manuscript pp., (121 retained mailing envelopes); letters dated 10 May 1892 to 20 June 1926; the bulk date from 1892 to 1909 and only 2 letters written after 1909, those being from 1911 and 1926.
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  • quarto, 300 pp., bound in contemporary ½ black leather, cloth covered boards, letters dated 5 June 1875 to 14 December 1876. The volume contains approximately 175 letters written to 15 or so individuals, including family and business associates. The letters mainly concern…
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  • New York: Wm. W. Rose, stationer & printer, 1854, octavo, 45 page pamphlet, retains front wrapper, rear wrap lacking, roughly disbound from pamphlet volume, pages loose, spine ragged, ex-library, handstamp on front wrapper, wrapper chipped along edges, else good.
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  • 12mo, 22 pp., plus blanks, blacke leatherette spiral bound diary.
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  • Quarto, two pages of a bi-folium, formerly folded, postal markings on address leaf, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • octavo, two pages, formerly folded, in very good, legible condition. With handwritten note in upper margin: “From D. S. Gregory, Esq., Mayor of Jersey City, Member of Congress, etc., etc.”
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  • octavo, four pages, old folds, inscribed neatly in ink, lacking original mailing envelope, very good.
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