• Clipped signature on small strip of paper, 1 x 3 ½ inches, boldly signed in ink, clearly and legibly: “your Obt. Svt. Andrew Jackson”
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  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) American Suffragist, Social Activist, Abolitionist, leading figure of the early Women's Rights Movement Autograph Signature, signed and dated in Stanton's hand, it reads: Elizabeth Cady Stanton New York, May 7th, 1894" Some toning to paper, otherwise neatly inscribed in ink…
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  • small quarto and quarto, 6 letters, 9 pages, in very good, very clean and legible condition.
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  • Quarto, two pages, formerly folded, in good, clean legible condition.
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  • octavo, 1 page, in pencil, some toning to paper, formerly folded, else in good legible condition.
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  • Manuscript dispatch from the field inscribed in ink on a sheet measuring 3 x 8 inches, formerly folded, in very good clean condition. Housed in a recent ¼ morocco and cloth clamshell box. The dispatch reads: Petersburg 16 Jan ‘65 Genl B.…
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  • quarto, two pages, written in ink on the letterhead of The Revolution, a radical and defiant periodical of which Anthony was proprietor. Old folds and creases, short tears into edges, some minor soiling, else 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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