• quarto, three pages, sending a membership application to J. W. Richard, Wadsworth, Ohio. Includes a printed Constitution of the newly established Independent Telephone Association of the United States of America, Adopted at Detroit, June 23, 1897. (Columbus, Ohio, ca. 1898, 12mo, 12…
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  • quarto, one page, plus docketing notes on integral address leaf, some foxing, formerly folded, else in good, legible condition.
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  • quarto, three pages, plus stamp less address leaf, formerly folded, written neatly in pencil, very good, clean, and legible condition.
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  • quarto, one page of a four page bi-folium, formerly folded, remains of sealing wax, free franked by Smith on integral address leaf, in very good, clean condition.
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  • folio, 3 ½ pages, paper a bit tanned, some minor staining, postal markings on integral address leaf, inscribed neatly in ink, very good condition.
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  • four letters, 18 pages, accompanied by original mailing envelopes, neatly inscribed in ink, very clean and legible condition.
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  • 3 diaries, 12mo,  472 manuscript  pages, two bound in leather, one in cloth, some chipping and wear to bindings, otherwise text is good, written in ink, in a legible hand, several pages faded but readable, some pages left blank, as follows:  1896:…
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  • Quarto, one page, some light toning, left hand corners creased, written on Pershing’s Washington letterhead.
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  • 672 letters, 695 pages, mainly typescript, 5 telegrams, one small quarto notebook, circa 1914, 117 manuscript pages, 19 pages of typescript and manuscript notes, approximately 39 bills, receipts, invoices, and other ephemeral items. There is some damp staining and wear to letters…
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  • 8 volumes, quarto, bound in original ¼ and ½ leather, and cloth covered boards, all volumes show rubbing and wear to edges, corners, spines, with one volume lacking spine, a couple of others having chipped spines. The diaries were kept in a…
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